The Doris Duke Clinical Scientist Development Award offers grants to junior physician scientists to facilitate their transition to independent clinical research careers. CE faculty must submit a CE faculty waiver request to their RPM by October 16. Pre-proposals are due October 30. Learn more.
The Stanford Cancer Institute is now accepting applications for their 2016 Fellowship funding opportunity. Funding is available to researchers who are carrying out cancer research with applicability to the basic biology, prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of cancer, or to the quality of life of cancer patients. Applications are due November 2. Learn more.
The Global Health Equity Scholars fellowship is an 11-month, in-country research training program for postdoctoral fellows, upper-level PhDs and professional school students, and junior investigators and researchers. The main objective of the program is to generate a new cadre of global health researchers, educators, and professionals. Of Note: This year the NHLBI will also contribute funding for at least two US fellows. Candidates with research interests in the cardiovascular sciences, lung diseases and blood diseases are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications are being accepted now through November 2. Learn more.
The Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health’s Seed Grant program provides funding of $10,000 to $50,000 to enable multidisciplinary teams to initiate novel research projects and/or to use news approaches to design or implement products, policies, or programs to address global health issues faced by low-resource populations. Applications are due November 30. Learn more.