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FOUNDATION FOR WOMEN’S CANCER RESEARCH GRANTS AND PRIZES
FWC M4H Research Grant
This grant is open to all gynecologic cancers.
The Foundation gratefully acknowledges all participants and supporters of this year's Move4Her campaign for making this grant possible.
This is the second research grant funded through Move4Her.
Foundation for Women's Cancer Diversity and Inclusion Health Equity Research Grant
Research among diverse populations has demonstrated disparities in treatment outcomes, access to care, genetic testing rates, and disease survival across many diseases. This renewed award was created to support research to understand and eliminate inequities in cancer care, specifically related to differential outcomes experienced by people from underserved or marginalized populations with gynecologic cancer, and to increase representation of underrepresented groups in gynecologic oncology as a strategy to achieve health equity for underserved people. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges GSK for their support of these grants
Those eligible to apply are those who propose a study focused on a marginalized group,
or those who are from an underrepresented group within the field of research.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal Foundation Early Detection Research Grant
The Amy Krouse Rosenthal Foundation focuses on early detection because they know that a woman’s survival rate exponentially increases when ovarian cancer is caught early. These are the sixth and seventh research grants funded by the Amy Krouse Rosenthal Foundation. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the Amy Krouse Rosenthal Foundation for their support of this grant.
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Early Detection Research Grant
The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) returns for their second year in support of their mission to save lives through the prevention and cure of ovarian cancer. Since their founding in 1991, NOCC has become an important national advocate for patients and families fighting ovarian cancer. This is the NOCC's second year and third grant funding research. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the NOCC for their support of this grant.
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Quality of Life Research Grant
The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) also returns with a research grant focused on Quality of Life in relation to ovarian cancer. NOCC is making this funding available as part of their commitment to investing in meaningful research that serves the ovarian cancer community. This is the NOCC's second year and fourth grant funding research. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the NOCC for their support of this grant.
The AstraZeneca Young Investigator Stimulus Research Grant for Ovarian Cancer Research
Priority will be given to young investigators at the beginning of their careers; Emphasis on Early Detection
Applications should be directed towards basic/translational research studies. This grant is related to Ovarian Cancer with an emphasis on early detection. This is the third research grant funded by AstraZeneca and the Foundation gratefully acknowledges their support of this grant.
Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation Early Detection Research Grant
The Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation graciously offers this grant in memory of Laura Crandall Brown who passed away at the age of 25 from ovarian cancer. This grant, as part of their mission of research, support and empowering communities, is focused on early detection and is the fourth grant the Foundation has given in partnership with FWC. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation
for their support of this grant.
Abstracts due by September 6, 2022.