The Duke Funding Alert newsletter, published every Monday, provides information on all new and updated grants and fellowships added to the database during the prior week. This listserv is restricted to members of the Duke community.
Collaborative Pediatric Cancer Research Awards
A Collaborative Pediatric Cancer Research Awards Program streamlines the grant process for researchers, reviewers, and organizations. It is like the Common Application that the Ivy League schools use. Members include Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research (Rally), The Truth 365, Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation, Open Hands Overflowing Hearts, and Infinite Love for Kids Fighting Cancer; national nonprofit organizations dedicated to eliminating childhood cancer through innovative research in pediatric oncology. Members of the Collaborative may choose to co-fund or individually fund a grant. Last year, the Collaborative awarded $3 million through 55 research grants. Each organization provides its own funding for grants it selects to fund and should be recognized as the donor. The Collaborative should not be recognized as a donor. Rally is the administrator of the Collaborative and the grants.
We invite letters of intent for 2021 funding of pediatric cancer projects in the following areas:
- Innovative approaches to research which could lead to advanced studies or clinical trials.
- Studies that are likely to lead to a clinical trial.
- Personalized, alternative, or integrative research proposals.
- Under-studied cancer types.
- Quality of life, survivorship and palliative care studies.
- Data utilization through data standardization, collection, storage, analysis and sharing.
Deadline for Letter of Intent: Oct. 6, 2020
Postdoctoral and Clinical Research Fellowship Grants are for one or two years of support. At the end of the award, you may apply for additional funding for the next grant cycle. Each grant will be awarded up to $50,000 per year.
Young Investigator and Independent Investigator Grants are for one or two years of support. At the end of the award, you may apply for additional funding for the next grant cycle. Young Investigators must be no more than five years post fellowship. Each grant will be awarded up to $50,000 per year.
Consortium Grants, multi-institutional (three or more) collaborative research projects, may apply for one or two years of support up to $100,000 per year. At the end of the award, you may apply for additional funding for the next grant cycle.