Cancer Research Scholarships
Here are some of the Cancer Research scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
R&D Systems is proud to support education in science with a scholarship program established to students who are pursuing a degree in a science related field.
The R&D Systems Scholarship Program will be awarded to students pursuing a degree in a science related field. A $1500 (or international currency equivalent) scholarship will be awarded twice a year for one student in the fall semester and one student in the spring semester.
Research is a critical component for the development and advancement in the life science community. We want to further scientific achievement by helping students who are interested in developing a career in science.
The Novus Biologicals Scholarship Program is awarded to students pursuing a degree in a science related field twice a year. A $1500 (or international currency equivalent) scholarship will be awarded to one student for the fall and spring semesters.
The ALS Association is now receiving abstracts for multi-year grants and one-year starter awards. Grants for two or three years generally will not exceed $60,000 per year in direct and indirect costs. Starter grants are made to new ALS investigatirs in total amounts up to $35,000. The Association will support both basic and clinical research. Clinical research includes research conducted with human subjects and materials of human origin, but not clinical trials nor patient management studies. You may apply by submitting a one page abstract, describing the proposed project, by June 1. The abstract should contain the following: 1. Name/Address/Telephone number/Fax number/e-mail address; 2. Title of project; 3. Nature of project, including its specific aim and its relevance to ALS; 4. Length of time estimated for the project; 5. Amount of funding requested for the total project and on an annual basis.
To be eligible to apply for MDA's Research Grant Programs, an applicant must: 1. Be a professional or faculty member at an appropriate educational, medical or research institution and be qualified to conduct and supervise a program of original research; 2. Have access to instititutional resources necessary to conduct the proposed research project; and 3. Hold a Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Science or equivalent degree. Proposals from applicants outside the United States will be considered for projects of highest priority to MDA and when, in addition to the applicant's having met the requirements noted above, one or more of the following conditions exist: a. The applicant's country of residence has inadequate sources of financial support for biomedical research; b. Collaboration with an MDA-supported U.S. investigator is required to conduct the reserach; c. An invitation to submit an application has been extended by MDA. MDA will consider an application for a research grant from a candidate who may be a member of a research team in the laboratory of a senior investigator under whose guidance the applicant will be given flexibility to conduct a neuromuscular disease research project. An applicant must: 1. Hold a Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Science or equivalent degree; 2. Be a professional member at an appropriate institution; 3. Be qualified to conduct a program of original research; 4. Have an acceptable research plan; and; 5. Have access to institutional resources necessary to conduct the proposed research project.
National Cancer Center (NCC) has established funding for a limited number of pre and post-doctoral fellowships for qualified applicants to receive training and experience in molecular genetics and the cellular aspects of cancer biology and tumor immunology.
Preference will be given to studies that have direct relevance to the diagnosis and treatment of human cancer. Fellowships from NCC are established at $40,000. per annum for post-doctoral awards. Fellowships are intended for applicants under age 35 with less than two years of post- doctoral laboratory experience, except in extenuating circumstances. Fellowships are also limited to applicants having received no more than one prior fellowship or one career development award. Individuals receiving concurrent support from another organization are not eligible to apply.
Fellowship awards are not necessarily restricted to salary. Depending on the circumstances, part of the funds may be used for supplies or other valid expenses, which should be listed in the proposed budget. NCC reserves the right to delete any item it deems inappropriate.
The fellowship may be transferable upon application and review, in the event that the fellow leaves the sponsoring organization.
Fellowships generally are extended for a second year. However, adequate progress must have been demonstrated during the first year as evidenced through a progress report submitted with renewal application.
Awards are limited to one per laboratory. There can be several different applications if they are on different topics. However, only one award could be made per lab in any round of applications.
NCC fellowship grants do not include funds for institutional overhead and a statement by the institution accepting this condition is required.
The competition is open to any graduate or postgraduate student for support of research to be initiated in the area of clinical and/or rehabilitative audiology. A single grant of $2,000 will be awarded.
The Western Union Foundation Global Scholarship Program (WU Scholars) is a program designed to support young people and their efforts to pursue a post-secondary education.
Selected scholarship recipients will receive USD $2,500 each to contribute toward tuition or school fees at an accredited post-secondary institution and will be selected based on criteria relating to the program's three pillars: Perseverance, Aspiration, and Community.
To be eligible, students must be seeking an undergraduate degree in one of the following categories: science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and business/entrepreneurship.
The application, which requires a letter of recommendation and an academic transcript, opens Wednesday March 8th. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 12 at noon Eastern Standard Time.
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Grant applications are accepted from: - Individual family physicians - Family practice/medicine organizations or associations - Family practice residency programs - Departments of family medicine - Educational and health care institutions directly involved in family practice/medicine The AAFP/F and AAFP through the JGAP are primarily interested in supporting research projects in family medicine/practice. Proposals seeking grant support for such activities as educational programs or projects (e.g., designing a curriculum, supporting a seminar, or producing an instructional video-tape) will not be considered for grant support.
Applicants in degree programs must be undergraduate, graduate, or pre-doctoral students at colleges or universities in the United States. No awards are made to those who have already attained an M.D., Ph.D., D.D.S., D.V.M., etc. Applicants must be actively involved or be planning active involvement in a specific biomedical or biochemical research project in the field of aging. The individuals most often chosen utilize modern and innovative approaches and technologies. Molecular and cellular biology, immunology, cancer, neurobiology, biochemistry, and molecular biophysics are all approaches deemed of interest to AFAR. Sociological, psychological, and health-professional related (physical therapy, exercise physiology, etc.) research in the field is currently not being funded.
The research preceptor must be an established investigator at an institution in the United States or abroad deemed appropriate by the Medical/Scientific Advisory Board of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America. The applicant must be: (a) a permanent resident of the United States who has been accepted to work in the laboratory of an established investigator at an institution in the United States or aborad deemed appropriate by the Medical Advisory Board of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America; or (b) a foreign national who has been accepted to work in the laboratory of an established investigator at an institution in the United States deemed appropriate by the Medical/Scientific Advisory board of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc.
Requirements: Briefly describe, in abstract form, the question that you propose to study, its association to Myasthenia Gravis or related neuromuscular conditions, and how you still approach the project. Applicants and sponsoring institutions must comply with policies governing the protection of human subjects, the humane care of laboratory animals, and the inlcusion of minorities in study populations.
To provide funding for oncology nursing research. Amount Awarded: $5000 Number Awarded: 1 each year. Eligibility: The research proposal must relate to the area of neuro-oncology nursing. Applicants must be RNs actively involved with some aspect of cancer patient care, education, or research.
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