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Pilot Projects / Funding Opportunities
Faculty Pilot Grants in Global Health Research
Deadline: 10/20/2014 (Prior to Midnight) - 0 Day(s) Left
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health provides pilot grants to faculty at Johns Hopkins to enable and support global health research projects. The prime purpose of these awards is to strengthen the individual’s ability to secure subsequent funding from current sources. We plan to award up to nine $50,000 grants per year, depending upon the number of fundable applications and availability of funds.
For more information contact:
Richard W. Dunning, M.H.S., Program Manager
(410) 502-9871

Johns Hopkins-Allegheny Health Network Cancer Research Fund
Deadline: 11/14/2014 (Prior to Midnight) - 24 Day(s) Left
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine announces the inaugural 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 the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (SKCCC) based on their potential to influence our scientific understanding of cancer and our clinical management of the disease.
For more information contact:
Deirdre Torto