Funding

 

 

American Cancer Society (ACS) Institutional Research Grants

The principal purpose of these grants is to support studies undertaken by investigators who are early in their careers and need pilot data before submitting individual research grant applications. Eligible applicants must not have received prior R01 support from the NIH (or comparable support from NSF, ACS), unless an initial grant was not renewed. They must not hold an academic rank above Assistant Professor. Research associates, instructors, and postdoctoral fellows also are not eligible.

Up to $30,000 may be requested, primarily to pay for necessary supplies, reagents, animals, etc. Major salary support for technicians is not allowed. No part of the principal investigator's salary will be provided. The award may not be used to augment programs already funded within a laboratory or group. More details on allowable and unallowable expenses.

Please note at least one award is restricted to research in the special interest areas of psychosocial and behavioral research, health policy research, or health services research; cancer in the poor and underserved; and childhood cancer. 

We encourage applicants to discuss their plans with more senior faculty from the Cancer Center and, when appropriate, to seek biostatistical advice before submitting a proposal. 

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