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Pilot Projects / Funding Opportunities
Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute – Pilot Projects in Bladder Cancer Research
Deadline: 10/19/2015 (Prior to Midnight) - 10 Day(s) Left
The Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute announces that applications seeking funding for bladder cancer research projects will be accepted starting September 8, 2015. The deadline for submitting applications is October 19. The Institute welcomes proposals from multidisciplinary investigators from both within and outside Johns Hopkins. Areas of particular research interest to the Institute include targeted therapies (Genetic and Epigenetic approaches), Immunotherapy, patient care and education, disease prevention and screening. This funding is intended to encourage new investigators, support pilot and exploratory projects of established investigators, and leverage existing resources and expertise.
For more information contact:
William Isaacs, Ph.D.
Interim Director, JHGBCI
Johns Hopkins-Allegheny Health Network Cancer Research Fund
Deadline: 11/16/2015 (Prior to Midnight) - 38 Day(s) Left
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine announces the second annual request for applications (RFA) for the Hopkins-Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Cancer Research Fund. Hopkins-AHN Awards will fund cancer research projects at the level of $100,000 direct costs per year, with an award term of two years.
The expectation is that Hopkins-AHN Awards will spark synergistic interactions among investigators and catalyze scientific achievements of the highest quality and impact. Applications are welcomed from across the spectrum of fundamental, translational, clinical, and epidemiologic research. Applications are similarly free to focus on specific organ sites or on issues that span multiple cancer types. Applications will be evaluated by reviewers from both the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (SKCCC) and the Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute (AHN CI) and will be based on their potential to influence our scientific understanding of cancer and our clinical, operational, and financial management of the disease.