Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

December 2017

Organization / Website Specialty Area / Award/Grant
Description Target Audience / Eligibility Award / Deadline
American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
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Liver Disease

Award/Grant: Clinical, Translational and Outcomes Research Award
Intended to foster career development for individuals performing clinical, translational or outcomes research in a liver-related area - ensures that a significant portion of investigator's time is protected for reserch Applicant must be within first 5 years of faculty appointment; if funded must devote 50% effort to research project; must be member of AASLD; must have mentor sponsorship; cannot hold R01/K Award; a single institution may submit up to 2 applications per department; may apply for 1 AASLD award per year $200,000 over 2 years

Date: 12/1/2017
Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation
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Cancer

Award/Grant: Physician Scientist Training Award
Designed to recruit outstanding U.S. Specialty Board-eligible physicians into cancer research careers by providing them with the opportunity for a protected research training experience under the mentorship of a highly qualified and gifted mentor after they have completed all of their clinical training. Physician-scientist (MDs only) must have completed their residencies and clinical training, be US Specialty Board eligible; devote 80% of time to research; Post-doc fellows, clinical fellows and clinical instructors are eligible--Applicants may apply at any time prior to their initial assistant professorship appointment; no K Awards $460,000 over 4 years (no indirect costs or institutional overhead)

Date: 12/1/2017
Gerber Foundation
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Pediatrics

Award/Grant: Pediatric Research (LOI)
Focus Areas: 1) Pediatric Health, 2) Pediatric Nutrition, 3) Environmental Hazards Physicians, PhD candidates, PharmD candidates and other similar degree candidates in a residency/fellowship program; have a mentor; no K Awards up to $125,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/1/2017
Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research
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Cancer - Ovarian

Award/Grant: Pilot Study Program
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. Assistant, Associate, & Full Professor or equivalent levels $75,000 for 1 year

Date: 12/1/2017
Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research
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Cancer - Ovarian

Award/Grant: Scientific Scholar Award
" Intended to assist promising laboratory and clinical scientists in pursuing a career as an independent investigator in ovarian cancer research." MD, PhD or equivalent with career goals focused on ovarian cancer at post-doc/fellow, instructor, research assistant or assistant professor level; no more than 3-4 years in any of these positions; clinicians will have completed their residency; $120,000 for 2 years

Date: 12/1/2017
Myocarditis Foundation
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Cardiology

Award/Grant: Research Fellowships
Innovative basic, clinical or translational research relevant to the cause or treatment of myocarditis Candidates may apply up to 10 years following receipt of an MD, PhD, or an equivalent degree; All applicants must select a preceptor with a proven track record of research in myocarditis. $40,000 for one year of salary support (full-time research)

Date: 12/1/2017
National Blood Foundation/AABB
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Hematology/Immunology/Infectious Disease

Award/Grant: Scientific Research Grants Program - Transfusion Medicine, Cellular Therapies, Patient Blood Management
Applications for research into new and innovative projects for areas including: hematology, immunology, immunohematology, infectious disease, patient blood management, cellular therapies MD, PhD, medical technologist, transfusion medicine or cellular therapies professional; post-doc fellows/medical fellows/residents or junior faculty no more than five-years outside of post-doc training $75,000 for 1 year

Date: 12/1/2017
Plastic Surgery Foundation
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Plastic Surgery

Award/Grant: National Endowment for Plastic Surgery
Priority will be given to applications which translate clinical or basic science research findings into clinically relevant advancements or tools with a high likelihood of impacting daily practice and patient care within the next few years. MD, DO or PhD; hold full time clinical or research position; be active or candidate member of ASPS $50,000 over 2 years

Date: 12/1/2017
Plastic Surgery Foundation
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Plastic Surgery

Award/Grant: Research Fellowship Grant for Funded Projects
The PSF supports investigators from the beginning of their careers, during residency and as they advance to becoming experienced and well-established plastic surgeons. This grant is for salary support only for a Resident or Fellow to obtain training and experience in research, under the guidance of an experienced mentor. The application must describe a structured research training plan, in addition to a research project. Only already funded research projects will be considered. MD or DO; FT position as fellow or resident; obtain sponsorship from Active ASPS member at your institution; devote 100% time to this research training; NOT be assigned to clinical rotations $50,000; 1 year (salary support only)

Date: 12/1/2017
Plastic Surgery Foundation/Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation
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Plastic Surgery

Award/Grant: PSF/MTF Allograft Tissue Research Grant
Intended to provide support for research projects focused on biologic reconstruction with a strong clinical translation component that utilize dermal, adipose, placental or other allograft transplant technologies. Projects should have high likelihood of impact on scientific discipline and/or on patient care. Examples of clinical technologies of interest include: the use of allograft biologics in breast reconstruction, wound healing, nose reshaping, soft tissue defect filling and other applications of allograft tissue in plastic and reconstructive surgery. MD, DO or PhD; hold FT clinical or research position; be active or candidate member of ASPS $50,000 over 2 years

Date: 12/1/2017
SFARI
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Award/Grant: Pilot Award LOI
Intended for investigators requesting support for small-scale projects or early stage experiements that will build on prelimnary data and lead to competitive applications for funding by SFARI or other organizations. Investigators new to the field of autism are eligible to apply. All applicants and key collaborators must hold doctoral degree and have a faculty position. Eligible applicants must have independent lab space. 330,000 over 2 years

Date: 12/1/2017
SFARI
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Award/Grant: Research Award LOI
Intended for investigators with demonstrated experience requesting support for compelling, high-impact research on an experimental hypothesis for which preliminary data has already been gathered. All applicants and key collaborators must hold doctoral degree and have a faculty position. Eligible applicants must have independent lab space. 975,000 over 3 years - would consider projects up to 1.2 million

Date: 12/1/2017
Simons Foundation - Autism Research Initiative
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Autism (Neuro)

Award/Grant: Pilot Awards *LOI ONLY*
Innovative, high-impact proposals requesting support for small-scale projects or early-stage experiments that will build on preliminary data or a prior track record and lead to competitive applications for funding by SFARI or other organizations Investigators new to the field of Autism are encouraged to apply for pilot awards; PhD or MD with faculty position $330,000 over 2 years

Date: 12/1/2017
Simons Foundation - Autism Research Initiative
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Autism (Neuro)

Award/Grant: Research Awards *LOI ONLY*
Competitive proposals from investigators with demonstrated expertise requesting support for compelling, high-impact research on experimental hypotheses for which, in most cases, preliminary data have already been gathered. The foundation will also consider projects focusing on a central hypothesis where success depends on close collaboration between two or more labs PhD or MD with faculty position $975,000 over 3 years - if justified, will consider projects of $1,200,000 over 3 years

Date: 12/1/2017
Society for Pediatric Dermatology
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Dermatology

Award/Grant: Team Grants
A Team Grant is a collaborative proposal intended for several PeDRA members at different institutions and is larger in scope and duration; prior pilot data may be an asset. Projects need to be completed within 2 years of grant receipt. PeDRA members $25,000

Date: 12/1/2017
The Triological Society
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Otolaryngology Surgery

Award/Grant: Career Development Awards *LOI*
"The purpose of this award is to provide support for the research career development of otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons whose projects have specific application in the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery. Categories of projects that qualify for submission are: 1) Clinical Research, 2) Basic Research, 3) Health Services and Outcomes Research, 4) Technology/Procedure Development, 5) Otolaryngology Status and Trends, 6) Historical Perspectives" Faculty appt at Assistant or Associate Professor Level (FT or PT); completed all training within last 7 years; cannot currently/previously been PI on RO1 or equivalent; applicant must be sponsored by Chair; 40% time dedicated to research project $40,000 over 1-2 years

Date: 12/1/2017 (Anticipated)
McKnight Endowment for Neuroscience
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Neuroscience

Award/Grant: Technical Innovations in Neuroscience Award *LOI ONLY*
Supports innovative research to bring science closer to establishing a day where brain disease can be diagnosed, prevented, and treated. The Fund is interested in how technology may be used to monitor, manipulate, analyze or model brain function. "Technology" may take any form - from biochemical tools to software. Research based primarily on existing techniques will not be considered. Tenured/tenure-track faculty position; may not hold another type of MckNight Endowment Fund that would overlap with this award $100,000 per year, 2 years

Date: 12/5/2017 (Anticipated)
American Society of Nephrology
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Nephrology

Award/Grant: Career Development Grants
Investigators conducting research in any area of nephrology - one submission establishes consideration for all 5 CDA awards Active member of ASN; MD/DO/PhD; cannot be previous recipient, must be 7 years within initial faculty appointment; cannot be recipient of R01/VA Merit; 75% time devoted to research, no more than $250,000 in external grant support, proposed project must be independent of any previous mentors $100,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/6/2017
American Society of Nephrology
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Nephrology

Award/Grant: Clinical Educator Grant
Applicants may submit a proposal that examines any aspect of nephrology education including (but not limited to): curricular reform, educational innovation, new education methods, evaluation of assessment tools, and professional development. Receipients are expected to acquire teaching skills during the funded years. Hold ASN membership and MD, DO, PhD or equivalent; completed clinical portion of training; hold FT faculty appointment and be within 7 years of initial faculty appointment; complete project under mentor with ASN membership; commit 25% time to project $50,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/6/2017
American Society of Nephrology
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Nephrology

Award/Grant: Research Fellowships
To fund fellows to conduct original, meritorious research projects. This program will foster, under the direction of a sponsor, the training of fellows who are highly motivated to make contributions to the understanding of kidney biology and disease. Hold ASN membership and MD, DO, PhD or equivalent; not have completed more than 3 years of research training after completion of degree OR 18 months of post-doc research training after PhD; cannot have or held a nephrology-related or basic science faculty position at any institution; must commit 75% to research; cannot hold another full fellowship award; must complete research under mentor (who will also be ASN member) $50,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/6/2017
American College of Gastroenterology
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GI

Award/Grant: Clinical Research Awards
Fund innovative patient-oriented research that should be translational with direct applicability to clinical care. At least one investigator must be an ACG member or trainee at the tme of submission up to $50,000

Date: 12/8/2017
American College of Gastroenterology
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GI

Award/Grant: Junior Faculty Development Grants
To assist promising clinical researchers to develop research and careers that have a direct bearing on clinical gastrointestinal practice. This includes assistance to a junior faculty investigator to ensure that a major portion of the investigator’s time is protected for clinical research. The Junior Faculty award provides support for junior investigators working toward independent careers in clinical research related to gastroenterology or hepatology. FT Faculty, member of ACG, junior faculty (not above assistant prof level or held academic position for greater than 7 years) must have record of accomplishment in research, devote 50% of effort to clinical research related to hepatology or gastroenterology, must have preceptor for mentorship $100,000 per year; 3 years

Date: 12/8/2017
American College of Gastroenterology
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GI

Award/Grant: Smaller Programs Clinical Research Awards
Stimulate pilot research at smaller clinical GI training programs to fund innovative patient-oriented reearch. Research should be translational in nature and with direct applicability to clinical care. PI must be an ACG member at time of submission, must be assistant professor or clinical instructor level. Not intended for current or former investigators funded by R01, P01, U01, VA Merit or Huges Grants. $35,000

Date: 12/8/2017
Sleep Research Society Foundation
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Sleep

Award/Grant: SRSF Career Development Awards
The goal of these mentored awards is to invest in promising early career researchers and assist with their transition into independence as junior investigators. Doctoral level degree; within 3 years of completion of post-doctoral training; Documented history of commitment to sleep/circadian research – publications, other grants (Not to exceed $75K/year), service to the field, etc.; current or prior federally funded CDA recipients are not eligible to apply for this award; SRS member in good standing $50,000; 1 year

Date: 12/14/2017 (Anticipated)
Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation
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Radiology

Award/Grant: Academic Transition Grant
The Academic Transition Grant is designed for interventional radiologists over the age of 40 who have recently begun academic careers after spending several years in non-academic practice. The grant is intended to facilitate the establishment of a record of independent research by the investigator in order to promote a successful academic career Active member of the Society; over the age of 40; full time faculty with doctoral degree; must have completed 3+ years of private or non-academic practice; must have been in academic for 5 years or less and not hold any other research funding up to $25,000

Date: 12/14/2017
Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation
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Radiology

Award/Grant: Dr. Ernest J. Ring Academic Development Grant
Designed to provide support to junior Interventional Radiology faculty member (limit one per institution) early in their academic careers to allow time for the conduct of research. The goal of this program is to have the grant recipient subsequently obtain additional funding from other sources Junior full-time faculty with doctoral degree; within first 5 years of initial faculty appointment; should not have been recognized as independent investigators or receipient of major grant support $50,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/14/2017
Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation
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Radiology

Award/Grant: Pilot Research Grant
Projects typically test a new idea or help support a new area/direction of research in the field of interventional radiology. Grants generally address a specific hypothesis and generate preliminary data that could be used to justify/strengthen subsequent applications to national peer-reviewed funding agencies. May support initialr esearch efforts of faculty as well as those who have limited research experience. Full time interventional radiology faculty and trainees with MD, DO, PhD or equivalent; must be active member of the Society; Post-Docs invited to apply; up to $25,000

Date: 12/14/2017
American Academy of Otolaryngology/American Head and Neck Society
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Otolaryngology; Head and Neck; Migraine; Reconstructive Surgery

Award/Grant: Maureen Hannley Research Grant
Provide support for patient-oriented research such as comparative effectiveness researchand observational cohort studies to fill "research gaps". Applicants are strongly urged to develop projects that address highlighted gaps - projects must have direct clinical significance to patients seen by otolaryngologists Must be sponsored by Chairperson of Division - priority given to junior faculty who have completed residencies in last 7 years $50,000 - renewable 1-2 years

Date: 12/15/2017
American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery Foundation
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Otolaryngology; Head and Neck; Migraine; Reconstructive Surgery

Award/Grant: AAO-HNSF Bobby R. Alford Endowed Research Grant (Basic, Translational, or Clinical)
Support innovative research in the specialty and help facilitate the career development of young investigators and promote research that could lead to discoveries that will translate into improved understanding into the cause, treatment or outcome for diseases of the head and neck. Proposed projects may be related to any area of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, but must have direct or potential clinical significance for patients seen by otolaryngologist Associate and Corresponding Members may not be eligible for PI but may participate actively. Senior faculty and/or collaboration encouraged $30,000

Date: 12/15/2017
American Federation for Aging Research
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Aging/Biology

Award/Grant: Research Grants for Junior Faculty
"Assist in development of junior investigators' careers. Supports projects concerned with understanding basic mechanisms of aging, underlying common geriatirc functional disorders. Projects that deal strictly with clinical problems are not eligible. Examples of potentially funded areas include: aging and immune function, stem cell aging, inflammation, geriatic control of longevity, neurobiology/neuropathology of aging, dementia, cardiovascular aging, aging and cellular stress, metabolic and endocrine changes. " Independent investigator with MD or PhD with research space, no more than 10 years beyond start of post-doctoral research training; cannot be at rank of associate professor or higher; cannot Investigators who have received major extramural funding for research in any area (such as an NIH R01 or NSF Research or equivalent grant) prior to and including the start date of this award $100,000 over 1-2 years

Date: 12/15/2017
American Federation for Aging Research
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Aging

Award/Grant: Breakthrough in Gerontology (BIG) Award
Provides timely support to a small number of research projects that are building on early discoveries that show translational potential for clinically-relevant strategies, treatments and therapeutics addressing human aging and health span. To be eligible, applicants must at the time they submit their proposal be full-time faculty members at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher. A strong record of independent publication beyond the postdoctoral level is a requirement. Individuals who are employees in the NIH Intramural program are not eligible. $100,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/15/2017 (Anticipated)
American Tinnitus Association
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Otolaryngology - ENT

Award/Grant: Seed Grants
All proposed projects must be concerned with tinnitus and contribute to ATA's goal of finding a tinnitus cure Proposals considered from scientists, academics, and healthcare professionals from non-profit institutions $50,000 per year (up to 3 years renewable)

Date: 12/15/2017
American Tinnitus Association
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Tinnitus

Award/Grant: Tinnitus Research Grants
All proposed projects must be directly concerned with tinnitus and contribute to ATA’s goal of finding a tinnitus cure, as outlined in ATA’s Roadmap to a Cure Scientist, academic, and healthcare profesionals must be affiliated with non-profit medical and research institutions. $50,000

Date: 12/15/2017
Friends for an Earlier Breast Cancer Test
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Cancer, breast: biological or immunologic methods of early detection

Award/Grant: Medical Research Grants
Applications for pilot projects that focus on new methods to improve detection of early breast cancer and are especially interested in the development of new techniques in the areas of biological or immunologic methods of early detection. Pilot projects will provide preliminary data with the goal that it will lead to more substantial funding. Applications are accepted from both established investigators who have funding but want to embark on a new area, as well as those less experienced. $40,000 over 1-3 years

Date: 12/15/2017
Muscular Dystrophy Association
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Neuroscience

Award/Grant: Infrastructure Grants
Used to support development of tools and techniques such as: tissue and antibody banks, development of core facilities, patient registries, clinical consortia, web-based databases MD, PhD, and a faculty member Various

Date: 12/15/2017
Muscular Dystrophy Association
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Muscular Dystrophy

Award/Grant: Discovery Research Grants *LOI ONLY*
Hypothesis-driven application that relate directly to a disease in MDA's program; focus on accelerating therapy development; that result in new understanding of disease etiology and pathogenesis in neuromuscular discorders where these are not well understood MD, PhD, DSc, DO or equivalent; at professor/associate professor/assistant professor level; conduct original research in own laboratory $100,000 per year, up to 3 years

Date: 12/15/2017
Muscular Dystrophy Association
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Neuroscience

Award/Grant: Discovery Development Grants *LOI ONLY*
Should relate directly to a disease in MDA's program; should focus on accelerating therapy development or new understanding of disease etiology and pathogenesis in neuromusucalr disroders; include a training plan to transition to independent research Senior post-doctoral researchers; MD, PhD, DSc, DO or equivalent; conduct a program of original research under supervision of an independent investigator; be no more than 60 months of post-degree research laboratory training at time of application; minimum of 18 months post-degree research laboratory training at time of application $60,000 per year; up to 3 years

Date: 12/15/2017
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCan)
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Pancreatic Cancer

Award/Grant: Catalyst Grant
Research projects must have direct applicability and releavance to pancreatic cancer. May be basic, clinical, translational or epidemiological research and fall within at least one of the Common Scientific Outline categories (biology, etiology, prevention, early detection, diagnosis and prognosis, treatment or control, survivorship, and outcomes research) Must have a doctoral degree and may not currently be a candidate for a further doctoral degree; hold a faculty position with title of assistant professor, instructor, research assistant professor; hold independent laboratory space; not have currently/previously served as PI on major research grants $500,000

Date: 12/15/2017
ResMed Foundation
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Sleep and Respiratory Health

Award/Grant: Physician and Public Awareness
The Foundation's goal in this funding category is to further the awareness and knowledge of the inherent dangers of untreated sleep disordered breathing, its symptoms, diagnosis and treatment with sleep specialists, primary care physicians, educators and the general public. Only programs that have wide outreach to a significant clinical or public population base will be considered. n/a $10,000 - $25,000

Date: 12/15/2017
Scleroderma Research Foundation
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Scleroderma

Award/Grant: Molecular Pathogenesis and New Interventions in Scleroderma - Investigator Initiated
The goal of this Request for Application (RFA) is to foster the development of research to advance our understanding of the pathogenesis of scleroderma and to promote the design, development and pilot testing of hypothesis-driven innovative therapeutic approaches. We encourage applications from scientists who have not previously worked on scleroderma, as well as those with substantial ongoing scleroderma-focused effort. n/a $200,000 per year; up to 3 years

Date:  12/15/17 (Anticipated)
American Lung Association
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Lung Health

Award/Grant: Biomedical Research Grant for Junior Investigators
"The American Lung Association Biomedical Research Grant is a mentored award meant to provide seed monies to junior investigators on the path to independence for researching the mechanisms of lung disease and general lung biology. " "Hold a doctoral degree and faculty appointment with demonstrated institutional commitment (salary support, research space); MDs must have completed 2 years of post-doctoral research training; applicants should be on-track to pursue a career in lung disease research with a mentor who has a demonstrated history of research experience and mentorship" $50,000 year; 2 years

Date: 12/21/2017
American Lung Association
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Lung Health

Award/Grant: Social-Behavioral Research Grant
Provide seed monies for emerging investigators on the path to independence working on epidemiological and behavioral studies examining risk factors affecting lung cancer. Can include studies concerning ethical, legal, and econimic aspects of health services and policies Must hold a doctoral degree with faculty appointment in a recognized acadmic institute. Fellows and post-docs are elgibile to apply if their Dept. Chair can assure a faculty appointment by award start date. Must have a mentor with demonstrated research experience. $50,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/21/2017
American Lung Association
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Lung Health

Award/Grant: Dalsemer Research Grant (interstitial lung disease)
Mentored award meant to provide seed monies to junior investigators on the path to indepdence for researching the mechanisms and biology of interstitial lung disease. Must hold a doctoral degree with faculty appointment in a recognized acadmic institute. Fellows and post-docs are elgibile to apply if their Dept. Chair can assure a faculty appointment by award start date. Must have a mentor with demonstrated research experience. $50,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/21/2017
American Lung Association
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Lung Health

Award/Grant: Senior Research Training Fellowship
Support first time training of recently graduated MDs/PhDs seeking further academic training as scientific investigators researching mechanisms of lung disease and general lung biology. First time post-doctoral research fellows as they transition toward tenure faculty positions - must hold a doctorate dgree and have a mentor sponsor in the field of research. MD/DO applicants must have completed clinical training, have some research experience, and be in 3rd/4th year of fellowship. PhD candidates must be in 1st/2nd year of training. $32,500 per year

Date: 12/21/2017
American Lung Association
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Lung Health

Award/Grant: Alpha-1 Research Grant
The objective of the Alpha-1 Research Grant is to support clinical, laboratory, epidemiological or any other kind of research projects aimed at developing novel medical treatments, advancing current treatment options or finding a cure for Alpha-1 Deficiency. Applicants shouldhold docotoral degree; be on track to pursue a career in lung disease research; have mentor with demonstrated history of experience $40,000 per year; 2 years

Date: 12/21/2017
Lupus Research Alliance
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Lupus

Award/Grant: Target Identification In Lupus (TIL) Grants
Goals of TIL program are: characterize steps in pathogenisis of the disease to develop new therapeutic agents; promote basic/clinical research studies to identify promising lead compuonds for treatment; support research that facilitiates clinical evaluation of approaches to prevention/complications of lupus Doctoral degree; scientific independence (direction of research program, publication record, other experience that establishes scientific leadership) required $600,000 over 3 years

Date: 12/23/2017 (Anticipated)
Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation
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Diabetes research

Award/Grant: Diabetes Research Grants
Applications relating to cause, prevention, treatment and cure of diabetes and it's complications. Current focus areas include islet cell transplantation, macrovascular disease & neuropathy. Board may make special exceptions if proposed research is within an area of primary interest and is judged to have high scientific merit. N/A $50,000 per year, 1-2 years

Date:  12/30/17
Elsa U. Pardee Foundation*
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Cancer

Award/Grant: Cancer Research Grants
Research to investigators in United States non-profit institutions proposing research directed toward identifying new treatments or cures for cancer. The Foundation particularly encourages grant applications for a one year period which will allow establishment of capabilities of new cancer researchers, or new cancer approaches by established cancer researchers. Must be part of nonprofit institute and propose research directed toward identifying new treatments or cures for cancer. Various

Date: 12/31/2017 (Anticipated)