Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Research Grants for New Therapeutics and Diagnostic Tools for Lymphoma

From The Foundation Center...

Lymphoma Research Foundation Announces Research Grants Program

Deadlines: Letters of Intent - August, 1; Full Proposal - September 10, 2008

As part of its ongoing effort to fund cutting-edge research into a cure for lymphoma, the Lymphoma Research Foundation (http://www.lymphoma.org/ ) is accepting applications for its
2008 grant program.

The program includes Post-Doctoral Fellowships, Clinical Investigator Career Development Awards, Follicular Lymphoma Research Initiative Grants, and Follicular Lymphoma Correlative Clinical Studies Awards.

Through its Post-Doctoral Fellowships, LRF looks to attract the nation's best scientific minds to careers in lymphoma by allowing them to pursue promising leads under the guidance of a sponsor. The Clinical Investigator Career Development Awards fund the training of clinicians who will participate in developing new therapeutics and diagnostic tools for lymphoma.
With the follicular-focused awards, LRF hopes to advance the understanding of the human biology of follicular lymphoma, verify molecular targets for FL, and seek correlative clinical studies.

All interested applicants must submit their applications online by September 10, 2008, with the exception of Letters of Intent for the Follicular Lymphoma Grants, which are due on August 1, 2008.

For complete details, visit the Lymphoma Research Foundation Web site.
RFP Link: http://fconline.foundationcenter.org/pnd/15013735/lymphomagrant


Alex said...

Please give details to Ph.D for bio-technology courses to get research grants.

Arlene M. Spencer said...

Be sure to read the following two posts to learn how to research medical research, etc. grants. Be sure to look at the information for "individuals" (as researchers are people as opposed to a nonprofit looking for grants) in each post. Good luck!

“Some Free Resources” at http://thegrantplant.blogspot.com/2008/07/some-free-resources.html

“Places, Resources, and Ways to Learn Everything From Fundraising To Other Nonprofit Operations (Some Are Free)...” at http://thegrantplant.blogspot.com/2008/09/places-resources-and-ways-to-learn.html

Best, Arlene