RSSDI was founded by Prof MMS Ahuja
RSSDI is the largest organization of diabetes health care professionals and researchers in Asia.

For providing research grants, RSSDI invites proposals from Indian scientists, interested in conducting original research in the field ofdiabetes mellitus.Furthermore, limited grants are also available for the students of medical colleges for smaller projects.

There is no deadline for submission of the proposals, which can be sent throughout the year.

These proposals may fall into one of the following two categories:-

Projects involving funding up to Rs 40,000 per project (preference will be given to young scientists
< 40 yrs )

Projects involving funding up to Rs 3-4 lakhs (preferably multicentric).

The detailed proposals should include the following:-

Title, names of principal and co investigators, summary, introduction/ background, review of literature, aims, methodology, study design and detailed plan of work & bibliography.

Brief biodata of principal investigator and other co-investigators.

Importance of work in the context of National priorities.

Detailed Budget sought along with full justification/ proposed utilization, of funding sought from RSSDI.

Whether the project is being partly funded from any other source? If yes, please mention the source and the amount received.

Ethical Committee clearance of the Institution or other bonafide body.

"RSSDI Novartis Young Investigator Award" & "RSSDI Sanofi Award" - Name of Awardees

Contact Details
RSSDI Secretariat
Dr. Makkar's Diabetes & Obesity Centre
A -5 B/122, Paschim Vihar,
New Delhi-110063 (India)
Tel: 91 - 11 - 27061022
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