The Anna Lalor Burdick Program seeks to empower young women through education about healthy reproduction in order to broaden and enhance their options in life.
AAUW American Fellowships support women scholars who are completing dissertations, planning research leave from accredited institutions, or preparing research for publication.
The Foundation awards grants in three focus areas: pediatric health, pediatric nutrition, and environmental hazards. The foundation is particularly interested in fresh approaches to solving common, everyday problems or emerging issues within the defined focus areas. Projects should focus on issues faced by care providers that, when implemented, will improve the health, nutrition and/or developmental outcomes for infants and young children. The board is particularly looking for practical solutions that can be easily and rapidly implemented on a broad scale with a predictable time frame to clinical application. Priority is given to projects that improve the nutrition, care and development of infants and young children from the first year before birth to three years of age.
The AACR-Bristol-Myers Squibb Midcareer Female Investigator Grant represents a joint effort to encourage and support mid-career female physician-scientists and researchers to conduct immuno-oncology research and to foster their career advancement toward becoming a senior investigator. Research projects may be translational and/or clinical in nature with a focus on immuno-oncology.
The Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer is announcing funds for approximately twelve Pilot Study Program awards to be allocated based on scientific merit. Pilot Study Program awards will support investigator initiated projects in all areas of ovarian cancer research. In addition, projects designed to analyze data from already funded clinical trials will be considered.
The Rivkin Center Scientific Scholar Award is intended to assist promising laboratory and clinical scientists in pursuing a career as an independent investigator in ovarian cancer research. Th
AACR-PLGA Fund at the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation—Research Grant to Optimize Drug Dosing Strategies for Pediatric LGA/LGG Patients
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s PLGA Fund and the AACR are proud to announce the inaugural Research Grant to Optimize Drug Dosing Strategies for Pediatric LGA/LGG Patients. This grant represents a joint effort to promote and support innovative and collaborative research focused on the most common forms of pediatric brain cancer – low grade glioma/astrocytoma.
Visionaries within the fields of pediatric oncology, pediatric surgery and influenza are invited to submit innovative ideas for a total of up to $150,000 in grant funding*; one year of residency at
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