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Funding

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DIYgenomics - Funding Sources for Citizen Science Genomic Studies

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  1. Patient advocacy groups (NIA for the Aging Study; Am Diabetes Assn for the diabetes study, etc.)
  2. Corporate partners (supplement companies, longevity foundations, nutritionists, health advisors)
  3. Traditional grants: NSF, NIH
    • Seek academic collaborators to add DIYgenomics-fulfilled 'outreach' (10%) to their existing grants
  4. SBIR/STTR
  5. Crowd-sourced funding (example: Kickstarter (e.g.; BioCurious DIYbio lab))
  6. Individual donors
  7. Social venture capital (grant-based) (example: Google.org)
  8. Private foundations
  9. Health 2.0 Incubators (example: Health 2.0 Accelerator)
  10. Hospitals, medical groups
    • Kaiser (San Francisco Bay Area, CA)
    • El Camino Medical Group (Mountain View, CA)
    • Palo Alto Medical Foundation (Silicon Valley Area, CA)
    • Palomar Pomerado Health (San Diego, CA)

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