Deadline: TBD - Contact Dina Halme with questions.
The Cancer Center has funds available for support of new initiatives and infrastructure in basic, translational, and clinical cancer research. Support typically is in the range of $20-50,000 for one year, renewable for a second year, based on a review of progress. Higher funding levels would be appropriate for multi-investigator proposals, clinical trials, or for instrumentation or infrastructure. Cancer Center members of any rank (Full Members or Associate Members) are eligible to apply. New and second year renewal applications will be accepted in this cycle.
We are especially interested in funding clinical trials and projects that are translational, foster inter-disciplinary collaborations, multi-investigator publications and new grant applications. We particularly encourage interactions between laboratory scientists and clinical investigators. This could include research on Cancer Biomarkers, Tumor Imaging, Drug Discovery and Development, Molecular Assessment of Clinical Trials, Animal Models of Cancer, and organ-site specific cancer research. Eligible research also could include the development of new Shared Resource facilities, the expansion of existing Shared Resources, or development of new technology. We also will support innovative basic research ideas, but the cancer focus must be clear and explicit.
Because a major goal of this initiative is to provide "seed" funds that will lead to external grant support, it is appropriate to apply for funding of research that has been peer-reviewed but was scored below (near) the pay line. In those circumstances, please provide all available critiques/summary statements and scores as well as an explicit description of how the proposed research will respond to the critiques.
Deadline: 5:00 pm on Monday, October 27, 2014 - Contact Timothy Bender with questions
The National Research Program of the ACS funds the American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant. This grant is limited to junior faculty at the rank of Assistant Professor and the investigator cannot have a national award. The purpose of this grant is to provide small pilot awards to help junior faculty begin a cancer pilot project. The awards have a cap of $30,000 and are limited to one year. Approximately 4-6 projects are funded each year. Timothy Bender, PhD, the Principal Investigator of the ACS IRG, and an interdisciplinary review committee conducts the review.
For additional information, please see the ACS-IRG Instructions.
In order to apply, please complete the ACS-IRG Application.
Please contact Dr. Timothy Bender (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
Deadline: TBD - Contact Sally Parsons with questions
The Farrow Fellowships is an endowment resulting from a gift of the Farrow Family. This is open to support research fellows working in the laboratory of a CCSG investigator. The purpose is to provide support in the range of $35,000 per year for a maximum of two years. The ideal candidate would be a physician investigator interested in starting a career in translational cancer research. For additional information, please see the 2012 Resident and Fellow Support RFA Guidelines or contact Dr. Sally Parsons (email@example.com).