We are proud to announce the newest class of AACR grant recipients. These outstanding scientists have dedicated their careers to advancing the detection, prevention, and treatment of cancer.
$225,000 over three years to support mid-career female physician-scientists and researchers to conduct immuno-oncology research and to foster their career advancement. Deadline to submit applications is December 17
$150,000 over two years to support investigators from diverse backgrounds that are underrepresented in cancer research. Deadline to submit applications is December 18.
$120,000 over two-years to support the postdoctoral or clinical research fellow to conduct renal cell carcinoma research. Deadline to submit an application is January 14
UPDATE ON COVID-19 PANDEMIC CRISIS
We hope you and your loved ones are well given the difficult circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, we are still planning to move forward with grant opportunities that are currently open to applications. However, we expect that the process will likely take longer than originally expected, but please know that our team is working diligently to ensure that the process will be completed at the earliest possible date.
We are aware that many institutions have restricted access to labs and other resources, which may in turn impact our active grantees’ ability to fulfill their current grant obligations. We are closely monitoring potential disruptions and will contact individual grantees on an as-needed basis. However, if you have specific questions or concerns, please feel free to contact [email protected].
ABOUT RESEARCH FUNDING
Since 1993, the AACR has awarded more than $460 million in grants to more than 800 scientists for research projects that aim to advance the understanding and treatment of cancer. Our grants support researchers domestically and abroad at every stage of their careers, representing a global commitment to cancer prevention, early detection, interception, and cure.
The AACR is proud to be the Scientific Partner of Stand Up To Cancer, a groundbreaking movement to accelerate innovative cancer research, get new therapies to patients quickly, and save lives.