Resources for Applicants and Grantees
The following resources are provided by Found Animals to support applicants and grantees in submitting successful letters of intent (LOIs) and proposals and achieving breakthrough results in their research.
Please note that the three starred (*) resources below must be read by the investigator prior to submitting a letter of intent.
Found Animals encourages investigators from a wide range of disciplines to take up the challenge of developing a nonsurgical sterilant for cats and dogs; accordingly, many promising applicants may not have a background in small animal reproduction. The resources in this section will help all applicants to learn more about canine and feline anatomy, physiology, and reproduction, and to become familiar with the advantages and limitations of various approaches and targets.
- Canine and Feline Reproduction Resources*
- Contraception and Fertility Control in Dogs & Cats
- Proceedings from ACC&D's International Symposia on Non-Surgical Contraceptive Methods of Pet Population Control
This downloadable toolkit is designed to facilitate best practices in the management of research personnel and equipment, validation of methods, standard operating procedures, and maintenance of data and documents. Use of these tools is recommended because they will provide investigators with mechanisms for demonstrating process transparency, accountability, and a straightforward method for reconstructing data if required.
The humane treatment of animals is of utmost importance to us. We work to assure that each and every animal involved in a Michelson Prize & Grants funded research study receives excellent, compassionate care. All researchers funded by the Michelson Prize & Grants are required to sign and fully adhere to our animal welfare policy.
Found Animals provides webinars on how to apply for the Michelson Prize and how to apply for Michelson Grant funding.