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Sidney Kimmel Foundation for Cancer Research provides research grants to young cancer researchers to support the improvement of the basic understanding of cancer biology and the development of new methods for the prevention and treatment of cancer. Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy funds research aimed at furthering the development of cell and gene therapy approaches to the treatment of cancer. Scleroderma Foundation supports the development of innovative and high quality research by new investigators in fields related to systemic sclerosis and scleroderma, including related stem cell biology. Walther Cancer Institute funds collaborative translational cancer research within or between WCI-affiliated institutions and investigators and the Institute’s basic, clinical, and behavioral research programs.
Molecules to Medicines Pilot Program
Massey researcher awarded grant to develop treatment for metastatic cancer. Massey researcher penned most-cited review article of 2.14 in world’s leading cancer journal. Massey clinical researcher receives leadership award from the National Cancer Institute. Massey awarded American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant for 40th year. VCU Massey Cancer Center receives $4.4 million NCI grant. Researcher Steven Grant assumes prestigious roles at the National Cancer Institute. Grant supports development of novel brain cancer treatment at VCU Massey. VCU Massey Cancer Center awarded $2.391 million grant from Virginia Tobacco Commission.
Center for Health and Wellbeing
An intern will develop an original project, synthesizing available national, state, and catchment area survey data on demographics, housing, cancer history, healthcare access and barriers, insurance and financial issues, access to food and communications, lifestyle and health behaviors, cancer knowledge and beliefs, attitudes toward clinical trials and genetic testing, healthcare decision-making, and attitudes toward palliative care. However, health ethnic, racial and geographic disparities are salient in genetic testing and across the cancer continuum, leading to poorer outcomes for racial and ethnic minority groups. This project aims to understand health system barriers and facilitators to provision and financing of breast cancer diagnostic pathway.
WFU Center for Structural Biology
The primary focus of AICR’s Research Grant Programs is the support of projects exploring the effects of dietary and nutritional factors, physical activity and weight management on the etiology, pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of cancer. The mission of the Hope Funds for Cancer Research is to encourage investigation of innovative cancer treatment and detection for the most difficult-to-treat and understudied cancers. The Hope Funds for Cancer Research will support scientific and medical research programs aimed at increasing knowledge relating to both cancer care and prevention. Provides Postdoctoral Fellowships for a period of 3 years to expand the skills and expertise of breast cancer researchers and position trainees for independent careers in breast cancer research.
The fund is awarded to Chemistry or Biology majors in good academic standing, with financial need. The scholarship is awarded to students majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Math or Physics, and is based solely on academic merit. The scholarship is awarded to a Biology major.
Mission Boost Grant (MBG)
The American Cancer Society (ACS) has historically focused its investments on grant mechanisms that help launch the careers of investigators in cancer research. These investments have funded some of the brightest minds in cancer research and provided training for many health care professionals. They’ve also broadly expanded knowledge about cancer biology in cells, animals, and humans, and about cancer health services and disparities.
Postdoctoral Funding Opportunities
Damon Runyon Fellowship AwardEncourages all theoretical and experimental research relevant to the study of cancer and the search for cancer causes, mechanisms, therapies and prevention.Deadlines: August, March. Postdoctoral Fellowship ProgramPositions are currently available for interdisciplinary training and research in the areas of Sensation and Perception, Genetics, Neuroscience and Molecular Biology, Environmental and Occupational Health, Nutrition and Appetite, Health and Well-Being, and Chemical Ecology and Communication.
This program offers a large variety of scholarship opportunities for women available by private companies and individuals in the fields of biology, physical science, computer science and engineering. The Legacy Foundation’s Scholarship and Leadership Development Program makes annual awards of up to $6,500 per year to full-time students pursuing a liberal arts education at any of the 17 colleges or universities currently or historically related to the Christian Church The university scholarship is open to students who have been diagnosed with cancer themselves, as well as those who have stood by a loved one.
One full-tuition scholarship is awarded annually to a new student who is living with or has survived cancer in their lifetime. A partial-tuition scholarship is awarded to one student from PA, NJ, DE, or Brooklyn, NY who declares a major in biology, chemical biology, chemistry, environmental science or physics. A limited number of full-tuition scholarships are awarded to women who declare a major in biology, chemical biology, chemistry, environmental science, physics, mathematics or computer science. A limited number of $10,000 scholarships are awarded to underrepresented students, including low income and first-generation, who have declared an interest in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, or physics.
Aided by laboratory staff, graduate students and postdocs, the labs work in multiple areas, including cancer biology, development, neuroscience, epigenetics, aging, mucosal biology, immunology and inflammation, and therapeutics. Cancer cytogenomic arrays detect genomic legions in tiny amounts, resulting in big impacts on patient care, including targeted therapy for pediatric brain tumors.