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Ongoing

A-T Children’s Project – Research Grant Program
  • Due: LOI submission rolling
  • Funding: Up to $75,000 per year
  • Project period:  1 to 2 years
  • Purpose: To support translational and clinical research grants for research related to ataxia-telangiectasia including disease-modifying strategies that would prevent, slow, or stop the progression of the disease, symptom-improving strategies that address neural circuit function, immune system health and lung function, especially the neurological symptoms.
  • Eligibility: Investigators at all levels eligible to apply. Early career scientists are particularly encouraged to apply.
Cystic Fibrosis FoundationPath to a Cure: Industry Award with LOI
  • Due: LOI submission rolling
  • Funding: Negotiable
  • Project period:  Not specified
  • Purpose: To support development of treatments for the underlying cause of the disease and, ultimately, a cure for CF.
  • Eligibility: Matching funding required. U.S.-based and non U.S.-based research and development focused companies welcome to apply. Milestone completion and subsequent funding requirement.
Cystic Fibrosis FoundationStudent Loan Repayment Program
  • Due: During and up to 4 months after active award period
  • Funding: $14,000 per year maximum
  • Project period: One-time payment
  • Purpose: To assist with repayment of educational loan debt associated with a graduate-level degree.
  • Eligibility: Applicants must be current awardees of one of the following CFF programs: 1. First through fifth Year Clinical Fellows, 2. Harry Shwachman CF Clinical Investigator, 3. LeRoy Matthews Physician-Scientist, 4. Envision CF: Emerging Leaders in CF Endocrinology II Program, and 5. Developing Innovative Gastroenterology Specialty Training (DIGEST) Program. Other eligibility requirements may apply.
Gateway for Cancer Research GFCR Grant Program
  • Due: Rolling; July 26, 2022 next cycle (LOI)
  • Funding: $200,000 to $1.5 M
  • Project period: 2 to 5 years
  • Purpose: To fund early phase clinical trials for all types of cancers.
  • Eligibility: Funds are awarded to institutions. Applicants must demonstrate that their project aligns with GFCR’s mission.
  • Note: LOIs are accepted on a rolling basis. Submit LOI prior to deadline for this cycle.
Gateway for Cancer Research SIO Integrative Program
  • Due: Rolling; July 26, 2022 next cycle (LOI)
  • Funding: $200,000 to $1.5 M
  • Project period: 2 to 5 years
  • Purpose: To fund integrative oncology research that pairs conventional therapies with evidence-based integrative therapies to manage symptoms and side effects from treatment and increase quality of life, especially post-treatment.
  • Eligibility: Applicants must demonstrate that their project aligns with GFCR’s mission.
  • Note: LOIs are accepted on a rolling basis. Submit LOI prior to deadline for this cycle.
Gateway for Cancer ResearchNCI/SPORE Program
  • Due: Rolling; July 26, 2022 next cycle (LOI)
  • Funding: $200,000 to $800,000
  • Project period: 2 to 5 years
  • Purpose: A partnership with the NCI to give SPORE recipients a chance to apply for supplemental funding for their early phase, innovative clinical trials and enable principal investigators and their respective institutions to start a new trial through an additional arm, add patient cohorts and/or new correlative analysis. 
  • Eligibility: Applicants must demonstrate that their project aligns with GFCR’s mission.
  • Note: LOIs are accepted on a rolling basis. Submit LOI prior to deadline for this cycle.
Pfizer Global Medical Grants – Independent Medical Education Grant RFP: Local Level Educational Grants Program to Increase Awareness & Understanding of Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy (ATTR-CM)
  • Due: Rolling through October: next review date May 27, 2022
  • Funding: Up to $20,000
  • Project period: Not specified
  • Purpose: Educating HCPs to increase awareness and enable appropriate and early patient identification by closing knowledge gaps in disease epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and emerging treatment paradigms. 
  • Eligibility: All entities with a mission related to healthcare professional education and/or healthcare improvement eligible to apply.
Pfizer Global Medical Grants – Visiting Professorship Program
  • Due: Rolling
  • Funding: Varies
  • Project period: Not specified
  • Purpose: To provide financial support for host organizations to coordinate educational exchanges so that healthcare practitioners, researchers and patients can benefit from the knowledge and on-site presence of distinguished medical experts. Application review dates: July 15, 2022 & October 17, 2022
  • Eligibility: Eligibility criteria for visiting professorship programs vary. Check eligibility requirements.
Alexander von Humboldt Research Foundation – Humboldt Research Fellowship
  • Due: Rolling until July
  • Funding: €3,170 monthly; €2,670 monthly (postdoctoral)
  • Project period: 6 – 18 months; 6 – 24 months (postdoctoral)
  • Purpose: To support research by scientists at any stage of their career in collaboration with a host at a German research institution of choice. Further financial support may be available.
  • Eligibility: Eligible candidates must be postdoctorals (within 6 months of completing terminal degree to those who have completed their degree within the last 4 years), and established scientists who have completed their terminal degree within the last 12 years. November will be the final review cycle for 2022.
Immune Tolerance NetworkRequest for Applications
  • Due: Open; Concept Proposals accepted year-round
    • Full applications accepted by invitation
  • Funding: Not specified
  • Project period: Not specified
  • Purpose: To fund research in 1) allergy & asthma, 2) autoimmune diseases, 3) kidney & liver transplantation, and 4) assays & biomarkers.
  • Note: ITN does not accept proposals for non-human or preclinical studies.
NIH – Maximizing Opportunities for Scientific and Academic Independent Careers (MOSAIC) Postdoctoral Career Transition Award to Promote Diversity (K99/R00)
MOSAIC K99/R00 – Independent Clinical Trial Not Allowed
MOSAIC K99/R00 – Independent Clinical Trial Required
MOSAIC K99/R00 – Independent Basic Experimental Studies with Humans Required (BESH)
  • Due: Rolling
  • Funding: Varies
  • Project period: Up to 5 years (2 years K99; 3 years R00)
  • Purpose: To support early career, independent investigators from diverse backgrounds conducting research related to NIH mission.
  • Eligibility: Candidates from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups as well as individuals with disabilities, women and individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Open to early career candidates working with a mentor.
NIH/FIC/NCI – International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA) (K01) Independent Clinical Trial Not Allowed
  • Due: Standard March dates.
  • Funding: Up to $150,000 per year
  • Project period: Up to 5 years
  • Purpose: To provide protected time for conducting postdoctoral mentored global health research in low-  and middle-income countries to strengthen global health research.
NIH/NHLBI – Programs to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE)
  • Due: Pre-applications considered on a rolling basis
    • Full applications accepted by invitation
  • Funding: All-expense-paid Summer Institute Program via NHLBI
  • Project period: One summer
  • Purpose: To provide mentoring to junior investigators and transitioning postdoctoral fellows from underrepresented backgrounds. Distinct programs offered across multiple campuses.
  • Eligibility: 1) U.S. citizen or permanent resident; 2) holds doctoral degree (e.g., PhD, MD, DO, DVM); 3) from a group that is underrepresented in biomedical or health sciences; 4) research focus on heart, lung, blood or sleep (HLBS) disorders; and 5) hold formal faculty appointment before start of Summer Institute Program.
NIH/NHLBI – Mentored Career Development Award to Promote Faculty Diversity in Biomedical Research

K01 Independent Clinical Trial Required
K01 Independent Clinical Trial Not Allowed

  • Due: Standard October and February Dates.
  • Funding: Up to $150,000 per year
  • Project period: Up to 5 years
  • Purpose: To promote diversity in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences workforce.
NIH/NIAID – Primary Caregiver Technical Assistance Supplements (PCTAS)
  • Due: Rolling; submit 30 days before targetted review date
    • Anticipated review in Nov, Feb, Apr, May
  • Funding: Up to $50,000 for technician salary
  • Project period: Up to 2 years
  • Purpose: To maintain productivity for a postdoc who is caring for children or ailing relative. Funds to be used for personnel to assist postdoc.
  • Eligibility: Lab PI must have NIAID-funded P/U/R grant with at least 1 year remaining.
NIH – Administrative Supplements to Promote Research Continuity and Retention of NIH Mentored Career Development (K) Award Recipients and Scholars
  • Due: Varies by awarding IC
  • Funding: Up to $50,000 direct costs
  • Project period: Up to 1 year
  • Purpose: To sustain mentored investigator’s research during critical life events. Applications may be submitted in advance of a known event or after the fact.
  • Note: Funds can be used for staff, supplies, or equipment within the original scope of research for the currently-funded grant period.
NIH – International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA)(K01)

International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA) (K01) (No Clinical Trial)
International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA) (K01) (Clinical Trial Required)

  • Due:  March 9, 2022; March 9, 2023
  • Funding: Unspecified
  • Project Period: Up to 5 years
  • Purpose: To provide support and protected time to for an intensive, mentored research career development experience in a low- or middle- income country for early career scientist.
  • Eligibility: Award intended for advanced postdoctoral U.S. research scientist and recently appointed early career faculty (up to 2 years past terminal degree).
    NIH – Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research
    • Due: Varies by awarding IC
    • Funding: Not specified
    • Project period: Within project period of active grant
    • Purpose: To enhance the diversity of the research workforce by recruiting and supporting students, postdocs, and eligible investigators from diverse backgrounds.
    • Note: As of January 2021, NIGMS accepts applications to support faculty-level investigators developing independent research careers. Faculty who haven’t previously served as program director or principal investigator on NIH research grant, individual research career development award, or project leader of a NIH award subproject.
    NIH – Administrative Supplement for Continuity of Biomedical and Behavioral Research Among First-Time Recipients of NIH Research Project Grant Awards
    • Due: Varies by awarding IC
    • Funding: Up to $50,000 direct costs
    • Project period: Up to 1 year
    • Purpose: To enhance the retention of investigators facing critical life events who are approaching the first renewal of their first independent grant or to a second new NIH grant.
    NIH – Notice of Special Interest: Research Supplements to Promote Re-Entry and Re-integration into Health-Related Research Careers (Admin Supp – Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
    • Due: Varies by awarding IC
    • Funding: Not specified
    • Project period: Not specified
    • Purpose: To provide support for mentored research training for individuals to re-enter or re-integrate into an active research career, after an interruption for family responsibilities or other qualifying circumstance.
    NIH – Notice of Special Interest: Administrative Supplements for Research on Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) Populations (Admin Supp Clinical Trial Optional)
    • Due: January 31, 2022; January 31, 2023; January 31, 2024
    • Funding: Up to $100,000
    • Project period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To provide funding for expansion of existing research to incorporate sexual and gender minority (SGM) populations or SGM-relevant research questions.
    NIH –Notice of Special Interest: Secondary Analysis of Posttraumatic Psychopathology Data
    • Due: February 5, 2022 and subsequent receipt dates through January 8, 2025
    • Funding: Varies
    • Project Period: Varies
    • Purpose: To support research that analyzes existing and accumulating data to help in refining phenotypes of posttraumatic psychopathology(ies), markers of onset and change, and risk, detection and to identify potential prevention and treatment targets.
    • Eligibility: Early career and established investigators encouraged to apply.
    NIH –Notice of Special Interest: Clinical Relevance of the Linkage between Environmental Toxicant Exposures and Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (R01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
    • Due: January 31, 2023 for FY 2023; and January 31, 2024 for FY 2024
    • Funding: Up to $500,000 per year
    • Purpose: To support mechanistic and early translational research focused on rigorous, in-depth examination of the potential interactions of environmental toxins with genetic and no-genetic molecular targets known to influence Alzheimer’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease Related Dementias.
    • Eligibility: Scientists at all levels eligible to apply.
    NIH/NIDDK – Administrative Supplements to Support Emerging Physician-Scientists to Develop Research Expertise in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases
    • Due: February 3, 2023 for awards in June to August 2023
    • Funding: Up to $100,000 salary support, and $25,000 supplies
    • Project period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support advanced research opportunities for physician-scientists holding the MD or equivalent or MD/PhD degrees, and who are early in their research careers.
    • Eligibility Notes: PD/PIs of an active R01, U01, U54, R18, RC2, DP1 or P01 award from NIDDK’s DDEMD are eligible to apply if they have at least 2 years of support remaining in the current project period.
    NIH – Notice of Special Interest: Secondary Analysis of Posttraumatic Psychopathology Data
    • Due: February 5, 2022 and subsequent receipt dates through January 8, 2025
    • Funding: Varies
    • Project period: Varies
    • Purpose: To support research that analyzes existing and accumulating data to help in refining phenotypes of posttraumatic psychopathology(ies), markers of onset and change, and risk, detection and to identify potential prevention and treatment targets.
    • Eligibility: Early career and established investigators encouraged to apply.
    NIH – BRAIN Initiative Advanced Postdoctoral Career Transition Award to Promote Diversity (K99/R00 Independent Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
    • Due: February 10, 2022; June 8, 2022: October 11, 2022
    • Project period: 5 years maximum
    • Purpose: To increase workforce diversity in the neuroscience workforce and maintain a strong cohort of new and talented, NIH-supported, independent investigators from diverse backgrounds in BRAIN Initiative research areas.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must have 5 years or less of postdoctoral research experience, be a citizen, non-citizen national or permanent resident of the United States and be a member of an underrepresented ethnic or minority group in the health-related sciences field.
    NIH/NIMH – NIMH Instrumentation Program (S10 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
    • Due dates: October 7, 2022; October 10, 2023; October 9, 2024
    NIH – Temporary Eligibility Extensions Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
    National Institutes of HealthCareer Development (K) Awards
    • New Applications due: annually on February 12, June 12, October 12
    • Renewal/Revision/Resubmission: annually on March 12, July 12, November 12
    National Institutes of Health – Individual Fellowship (F) Awards
    • All Types Due: annually on April 8, August 8, December 8
    National Institutes of Health – Stephen I. Katz Early Stage Investigator Research Project Grant

    R01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed
    (R01 Basic Experimental Studies with Humans Required)



    May

    Department of Defense – Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program Idea Award
    • Due: May 25, 2022 (Pre-application)
    • Funding: Up to $400,000
    • Project period: Up to 2 years
    • Purpose: Supports innovative research and high risk/potentially high-reward studies that may introduce a new paradigm or challenge existing ones, provide new perspectives or creative ideas.
    • Eligibility: Domestic and foreign organizations eligible. PI on application must have a faculty level appointment (or equivalent).
    Department of Defense – Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP): Impact Award
    • Due: May 25, 2022 (Pre-application)
    • Funding: Up to $1,000,000
    • Project period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: Supports mature, hypothesis-driven, high impact research projects that focus on critical scientific or clinical cancer issues which have potential to make a major near-term impact on improving patient outcomes in at least one of the PRCRP focus areas.
    • Eligibility: Independent investigators at or above the level of Assistant Professor (or equivalent) are eligible.
    NCCN, Pfizer and EMD Serono – NCCN, Pfizer, EMD Serono Quality of Care Initiative to Improve the Treatment of Advanced or Metastatic Bladder Cancer Patients RFP
    • Due: May 26, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: Up to $300,000
    • Project period: Not specified
    • Purpose: To support RFPs that describe concepts and ideas on how to improve the quality of care, including concordant care, and best practices around treatment for patients with metastatic or advance bladder cancers.
    • Eligibility: Open to investigators at all levels.
    American Association for Cancer Research – AACR Clinical Oncology Research (CORE) Training Fellowship
    • Due: May 31, 2022
    • Funding: $100,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: Three clinical training fellowships co-sponsored by Astrazeneca, Bayer, and Johnson & Johnson to provide industry experience to develop early career clinical scientists in the drug development industry.
    • Eligibility: Clinical Scientists with a medical degree (MD, DO, or MD/PhD), enrolled in an accredited hematology/oncology or radiation oncology fellowship program at an academic, medical, or research institution in the U.S. eligible to apply.

    June

    Foundation for Physical Therapy – Research Grants
    • Due: June 1, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: Varies
    • Project Period: Varies
    • Purpose: To support physical therapy research in any specialty.
    • Eligibility: Award mechanisms available for new, early career and established investigators.
    American Chemical Society ACS GCI Pharmaceutical Roundtable Research Grant
    • Due: June 1, 2022
    • Funding: $25,000 – $50,000
    • Project Period: 6 – 12 months
    • Purpose: To encourage research on key synthetic chemistry and process research challenges whose solutions would result in more efficient pharmaceutical process development and production.
    • Eligibility: Faculty at any level eligible to apply.
    American Association for Cancer Research – AACR-Lung Cancer Initiative at Johnson & Johnson Stimulating Therapeutic Advances Through Research Training (START) Grant
    • Due: June 1, 2022
    • Funding: $225,000
    • Project Period: 3 years
    • Purpose: To support postdoctoral and clinical research fellows from underrepresented groups and provide a comprehensive experience that combines research experiences in both academic and industry settings.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must have a doctoral degree (including PhD, MD, MD/PhD, or equivalent) in a related field, hold a full-time, mentored research position and belong to an underrepresented or disadvantaged group or be considered an individual with disabilities per NIH guidelines.
    NIH – Clinical Trials Development for Co-Occurring Conditions in Individuals with Down syndrome: Phased Awards for INCLUDE (R61/R33 Clinical Trial Required)
    • Due: June 1, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: Not specified
    • Project Period: Up to 2 years R61 phase; up to 3 years R33 phase
    • Purpose: To support the acquisition of knowledge that can be translated into new, enhanced, or tailored therapies for treating Down syndrome and its co-occurring conditions.
    • Eligibility: Open toInvestigators at any level.
    NIH – Small Research Grants for Analysis, Curation, and/or Sharing of Down syndrome-related Research Data for the INCLUDE Project (R03 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
    • Due: June 1, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: $100,000 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 2 years
    • Purpose: To support data analysis and tool development for –omics, clinical and phenotypic data generated from Down syndrome cohorts, in addition to facilitate data sharing within the research community through the INCLUDE Data Hub.
    • Eligibility: Open toInvestigators at any level.
    Pfizer Fellowship Grants – Transthyretin Cardiac Amyloidosis Fellowship-United States
    • Due: June 15, 2022
    • Funding: $80,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To support institutions with fellowship programs for cardiologists that have a strong focus on clinical practice, research, and education to further the understanding of transthyretin cardiac amyloidosis.
    • Eligibility: US-based academic institutions with fellowship programs that include independent research and a strong mentoring program are eligible.
    Research to Prevent Blindness – RPB Stein Innovation Award
    • Due: June 15, 2022 (nominations due for fall cycle)
    • Funding: $300,000 (2 payments)
    • Project Period: Not specified
    • Purpose: To provide seed money for scientists conducting high-risk/high-reward innovative, cutting-edge research. The second payment is contingent upon approval of a 14-month substantive progress report.
    • Eligibility: Candidates at any US, higher-ed institution may apply. MDs, PhDs, or MD/PhDs with an academic position of Associate Professor through full Professor may be nominated by their full-time chair.
    Research to Prevent Blindness – RPB Career Development Award
    • Due: June 15, 2022 (nominations due for fall cycle)
    • Funding: $350,000
    • Project Period: Up to 4 years
    • Purpose: To support promising early career ophthalmology faculty who have demonstrated their potential for independent research.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must be nominated by RPB-supported Chairs, and must have a primary appointment in ophthalmology (up to and including Assistant Professor), with primary lab space under ophthalmology’s jurisdiction, and be U.S. citizens or permanent residents (green card holder) by the application deadline. 50% protected time required.
    Research to Prevent Blindness – RPB Career Advancement Award
    • Due: June 15, 2022 (nominations due; July 1 full application)
    • Funding: Up to $350,000
    • Project Period: Up to 4 years
    • Purpose: Provides funding for RPB-supported ophthalmology chairs to support promising junior ophthalmology faculty who have demonstrated potential for conducting independent research.
    • Eligibility: Candidates (MDs, PhDs, or MD/PhDs) must have primary appointments in ophthalmology with academic positions up to and including Assistant Professor within three 3 years of the application deadline.  PhDs must have a secondary appointment in a basic science or other relevant department prior to submission.
    Research to Prevent Blindness RPB International Research Collaborators Award
    • Due: June 15, 2022 (nominations due for fall cycle)
    • Funding: $350,000
    • Project Period: Up to 4 years
    • Purpose: To promote international collaborations through which collaboration researchers in the U.S. and internationally gain knowledge and skills to accelerate the development of treatments for blinding disorders.
    • Eligibility: Candidates must be nominated by current RPB-grantee departments of ophthalmology. MDs and MD/PhDs holding primary appointments as Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in ophthalmology departments are eligible. 25% protected time for research and 20% protected time for clinical activity required.
    Research to Prevent Blindness RPB Physician-Scientist Award
    • Due: June 15, 2022 (nominations due for fall cycle)
    • Funding: $300,000
    • Project Period: 3 years
    • Purpose: To promote the clinical and/or basic science research of clinicians.
    • Eligibility: Full-time department Chairs may nominate an MD, PhD, or MD/PhD with a primary appointment in either the ophthalmology department or in another relevant department (Assistant Professor through full Professor), at any institution of higher education in the U.S. Early career investigators strongly encouraged to apply. 3 – 6 month stay in other country is expected.
    Orthopaedic Research & Education Foundation (OREF) – Skeletal Metastases and Pathological Fractures Research Grant in Collaboration with the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society
    • Due: June 15, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $25,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To provide seed and start-up funding for promising research projects conducted by new investigators that improve clinical outcomes for patients.
    • Eligibility: A PhD serving as PI must have an orthopedic surgeon as Co-PI; an orthopedic surgeon serving as PI or Co-PI must have a valid US license to practice and be a member or candidate of MSTS. Open to all levels of research experience; early career investigators who received terminal degree within 10 past ten years strongly encouraged to apply.
    Orthopaedic Research & Education Foundation (OREF) – Friedenberg Mentored Clinician Scientist Grant
    • Due: June 15, 2022
    • Funding: $20,000 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 5 years
    • Purpose: To promote career development in academic surgery of new clinician-scientists who have demonstrated success as both a clinician and a researcher.
    • Eligibility: PIs must be U.S.-licensed orthopedic surgeons working at an eligible institution in the US or Canada and must provide proof of receiving research funding under one or more K08 or K23 awards from NIH or an equivalent funding source.
    Orthopaedic Research & Education Foundation (OREF) + Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) – Enhancing Recovery from Soft-Tissue Injury Occurring in Conjunction with Skeletal Trauma Research Grant funded by Arthrex
    • Due: June 15, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $150,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To solicit investigator-initiated research proposals focused on Orthopedic Trauma that improve clinical expertise and patient outcomes.
    • Eligibility: PIs must be U.S.-licensed orthopedic surgeons working at an eligible institution in the US or Canada. PhDs or DVMs with a primary appointment at an institution/orthopedic department in the US. Or Canada also eligible.
    Allen Institute – Open Calls for 2022: Allen Distinguished Investigators
    • Due: June 15, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $1.25M
    • Project Period: 3 years
    • Purpose: To support proposals for development of technology to sense and/or visualize nutrients at the subcellular level.
    • Eligibility: Scientists associated with eligible research organizations and pursuing independent research (faculty or equivalent) are eligible to apply.
    American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) – AGA Pilot Research Award
    • Due: June 15, 2022
    • Funding: $30,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To support early career investigators to help establish their research careers or to support projects by established investigators transitioning t o new research directions.
    • Eligibility: AGA members who hold an MD, PhD and/or equivalent degree (e.g., MBBS, MBChB, DO) and a full-time faculty or equivalent position at an institution in the United States, Canada or Mexico are eligible.
    NIH/NIDDK/NHGRI/NIBIB – Small Grants for New Investigators to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research (R21 Clinical Trial Optional)
    • Due: June 16, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $125,000
    • Project period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: To support successful transitions to becoming established researchers for investigators from diverse backgrounds identified as underrepresented in the biomedical research workforce.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must have a clinical or research doctorate and be a citizen or non-national of the U.S. At least two years of postdoctoral experience recommended but not required.
    American Association for Cancer Research – AACR-MPM Oncology Charitable Foundation Transformative Cancer Research Grants
    • Due: June 16, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: $400,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support research projects by early career scientists aimed at producing significant scientific discoveries that will advance understanding of cancer and have a potentially transformative impact on future clinical practice.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must have a doctoral degree (including PhD, MD, MD/PhD, or equivalent) in a related field and hold an appointment at the rank of assistant or associate professor.
    Health and Human ServicesSmall Grants for New Investigators to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research
    • Due: June 16, 2022
    • Funding: $125,000 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: To support investigators from diverse backgrounds through small grants to enable subsequent R01 or equivalent applications, as well as additional independent research grant awards and authoring of publications in the biomedical sciences.
    • Eligibility: PDs/PIs must have a clinical or research doctorate (including PhD, MD, DO, DC, ND, DDS, DMD, DVM, ScD, DNS, PharmD or equivalent doctoral degrees). It is recommended that applicants should have completed a postdoctoral research experience lasting a minimum of two years at the time of application.
    Wellcome – Early Career Awards
    • Due: June 21, 2022
    • Funding: Unspecified
    • Project Period: Unspecified
    • Purpose: To support research in any discipline that has the potential to improve human life, health and wellbeing, and aligns with the interest of the foundation.
    • Eligibility: Early career researchers may apply.
    Pfizer – Competitive Grants Program: Menopause and Mental Health
    • Due: June 21, 2022
    • Funding: $200,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support independent education initiatives for healthcare professionals focused on the potential mental health impact of menopause as well as risk factors for depressive symptoms and clinical depression during menopause.
    • Eligibility: Organizations with a mission related to healthcare professional education and/or healthcare improvement are eligible.
    Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation – Research Fellow Award
    • Due: June 24, 2022
    • Funding: $150,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support early career investigators entering the field of multiple myeloma, while advancing the understanding of myeloma disease biology and disease risk, treatment and response and drug resistance.
    • Eligibility: Eligible PIs must have a PhD, MD obtained within 10 years of applying (or equivalent) at the post-doctorate, clinical fellow or early career faculty level (no higher than Assistant Professor). New investigators to the Myeloma field must have a research sponsor at their institution  who is active in the multiple myeloma field.
    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Call for Proposals: Research Transforming Health and Healthcare Systems
    • Due: June 24, 2022
    • Funding: $50,000 to $350,000
    • Project Period: 9 to 36 months
    • Purpose: To support research and policy analysis projects that examine the design, implementation, and/or impact of local, state, and/or national policies related to the affordability of high-quality, equitable care.
    • Eligibility: Organizations based in the US and its territories are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to applicants that are either public entities or nonprofit organization with tax-exempt status.
    NIHLasker Clinical Research Scholars Program (Si2/R00 Clinical Trial Optional)
    • Due: June 24, 2022
    • Funding: Not Specified
    • Project Period: Up to 5-7 years first phase; up to 3 years second phase
    • Purpose: To support career advancement of early career, independent clinical investigators by funding research and research training at extramural institutions as well as within the NIH Intramural Research Program.
    • Eligibility: Applicants eligible to apply include early career physicians, dentists and nurses (including MD, MD/PhD, DO, DDS, DMD, RN/PhD, or equivalent clinical doctoral degree) licensed to practice clinically in the U.S, who have completed or are soon to complete a post-residency clinical fellowship, and have demonstrated patient-oriented research experience required to qualify for a tenure-track level appointment.
    Michelson Medical Research Foundation & AAAS – Science – Michelson Prizes
    • Due: June 26, 2022
    • Funding: $150,000
    • Project Period: Not specified
    • Purpose: To support projects aimed at addressing roadblocks in human vaccine development and expanding our limited understanding of key immune processes that are fundamental to successful vaccine and immunotherapy development.
    • Eligibility: Open to scientists at any level.
    American Diabetes Association – Nutrition & Diabetes Postdoctoral Fellowship (PDFN)
    • Due: June 27, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: $54, 835- to $65,598 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: To support nutrition and diabetes research by early career postdoctoral and clinical scientists.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must have an MD, MD/PhD, PhD, or DVM degree by award start date.
    American Diabetes Association – Nutrition & Diabetes Junior Faculty Development Award
    • Due: June 27, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: $138,000 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: To support career development of early career faculty in the nutrition and diabetes field.
    • Eligibility: Early career faculty in an independent position, with less than 10 years research training after terminal degree, pre-R01 with no current career development support eligible to apply.
    American Diabetes Association – Nutrition & Diabetes Innovative Clinical or Translational Science Award
    • Due: June 27, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: $200,000 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: To support nutrition and diabetes research by early career scientists. Approved LOIs will be asked to submit full applications.
    • Eligibility: New and established PIs with less than $500,000 in research support eligible to apply.
    American Association for Cancer Research – Victoria’s Secret Global Fund for Women’s Cancers 2022 Career Development Award
    • Due: June 28, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: $206,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: In partnership with AACR and Pelotonia, the Victoria’s Secret Global Fund will support early career female scientists conducting innovative research aimed at progressing outcomes for women’s cancers by focusing on prevention, detection, diagnostic, and treatment innovations and advancing outcomes for cancer health disparities.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must be female, have a doctoral degree (PhD, MD, MD/PhD, or equivalent) in a related field, and hold an appointment of assistant professor; research assistant professor, adjunct assistant professor, and assistant professor research track are also eligible.
    The Simon Foundation – SPARK Research Match Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity RFA
    • Due: June 30, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $20,000
    • Project Period: Unspecified
    • Purpose: To encourage and support submissions for SPARK Research Match studies from investigators who incorporate ways to improve participation of Black and African Americans in SPARK research studies.
    • Eligibility: Open to scientists at all levels.
    Pfizer Global Medical Grants – Competitive Grant Program: Acromegaly Research – United States
    • Due: June 30, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $100,000
    • Project Period: Not specified
    • Purpose: To support research focused on Acromegaly, including, morbidity and mortality in Growth Hormone Excess (GHE), impact and/or needs of patients with GHE, novel strategies for early diagnosis and treatment of GHE, and pathophysiology.
    • Eligibility: PIs must be based at an institution in one of the eligible countries. PI applicants must have an MD, PhD or equivalent, an advanced nursing degree (BSN with a MS/PhD), or a degree in Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, or Social Work.

    July

    Progeria Research Foundation – Proposals for Research on Hutchinson-Gilford
    • Due: July 1, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: $100,000
    • Project Period: 3 years
    • Purpose: To support early career, tenured faculty at US or Canadian research universities and undergraduate institutions who hold appointments in chemistry, physics, or astronomy departments that offer bachelor’s and/or graduate degrees in those disciplines.
    • Eligibility: Eligible applicants must be early career, tenured faculty members who started their first tenure-track appointment anytime within the 2019 calendar year.
    Research to Prevent Blindness – Unrestricted Grants
    • Due: July 1, 2022
    • Funding: $115,000/year
    • Project Period: Up to 5 years
    • Purpose: To provide support for creative planning and maximum flexibility in developing and expanding eye research programs.
    • Eligibility: Intended for current RPB Unrestricted Grantee departments or RPB supported departments whose Challenge Grants are ending. Ophthalmology departments with a full-time, permanent chair at university-connected medical school are eligible for support.
    Research to Prevent Blindness – Challenge Grant
    • Due: July 1, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $300,000/$75,000 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 4 years
    • Purpose: To provide support for creative planning and maximum flexibility in developing and expanding eye research programs.
    • Eligibility: Intended for current RPB Unrestricted Grantee departments or RPB supported departments whose Challenge Grants are ending. Ophthalmology departments with a full-time, permanent chair at university-connected medical school are eligible for support. Requires a commitment by the host medical school to match funds.
    American Association for Thoracic Surgery – AATS  & AATS Foundation Programs
    AATS Foundation Gardner Lectureship
    AATS Foundation/WTS Mid-Career Investigator Award
    Evarts A. Graham Memorial Traveling Fellowship
    Advanced Valve Disease Educational Fellowship
    Aldo R. Castañeda Fellowship
    Cardiac Surgical Robotics Program
    Sir Magdi Yacoub International Mentored Career Development Award
    Denton A. Cooley Fellowship
    Emerging Thoracic Surgical Oncologist Fellowship
    Every Heartbeat Matters Valve Fellowship
    F. Griffith Pearson Fellowship
    March R. de Leval Fellowship
    • Due: July 1, 2022
    • Funding: Varies
    • Project Period: Varies
    • Purpose: To provide training and/or career development opportunities for early career investigators in the thoracic/ cardiothoracic surgery field.
    • Eligibility: Scientists who have completed their thoracic surgery or cardiothoracic surgery training are eligible. Check eligibility requirements for each grant mechanism.
    Research Corporation for Science Advancement – The Cottrell Scholar Award (CSA)
    • Due: July 1, 2022)
    • Funding: Up to $75,000 per year
    • Project Period: 1 to 2 years
    • Purpose: To support scientists who seek to conduct research to find the cause, treatment, or cure for Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome (Progeria, or HGPS).
    • Eligibility: Principal Investigators must hold faculty appointments or equivalent at institutions with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, or the equivalent for foreign institutions.
    Damon Runyon Cancer Research FoundationDamon Runyon-Rachleff Innovation Award Stage 1
    • Due: July 6, 2022
    • Funding: $200,000 per year
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support the next generation of exceptional scientists with high-risk/high-reward ideas that have the potential to significantly impact understanding and/or approaches to the prevention, diagnosis or treatment of cancer.
    • Eligibility: Applicant must be conducting research at an institution in the US, hold an MD, DO, PhD, or MD/PhD degree or equivalent and belong to one of the following categories: Tenure-track Assistant Professors, Clinical Instructors and Senior Clinical Fellows, of Distinguished Fellows. 80% protected time required.
    William T. Grant Foundation – Scholars Program
    • Due: July 6, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $300,000
    • Project Period: Up to 5 years
    • Purpose: Supports career development for promising early career researchers. Mentoring plans significantly expand the researcher’s expertise in new disciplines, methods and content. Two areas of focus: 1) Reducing Inequality and 2) Improving the Use of Research Evidence.
    • Eligibility: Early career scientists employed in career-ladder positions who have received their terminal degree within the past 7 years are eligible. Awards are made to the individual’s organization.
    Department of Defense – Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP): Translational Team Science Award
    • Due: July 12, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: Up to $2,500,000
    • Project Period: Up to 4 years
    • Purpose: To support multi-investigator, multidisciplinary teams conducting hypothesis-driven translational studies associated with an ongoing or completed clinical trial. Proposed projects should focus on research for the next-phase clinical trial or future clinical application.
    • Eligibility: More than one PI required. Initiating PI and partnering PI must be at or above the Assistant Professor level or equivalent. Postdoctoral fellows are not eligible. Applicants are encouraged to have at least one military or VA PI.
    Department of Defense – Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP): Career Development Award – Fellow Option
    • Due: July 12, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: Up to $400,000
    • Project Period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: To support advancement of cancer research and career development of early-career scientists.
    • Eligibility: PI candidate must be a research or physician-scientist (referred to as a fellow), within 7 years of completing their terminal degree, including time as postdoctoral fellow, and be at or above the Research Assistant Professor or Instructor level. Postdoctoral fellows are not eligible. 50% protected time required.
    Department of DefensePeer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP): Career Development Award – Virtual Cancer Center Scholar Option
    • Due: July 12, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: Up to $800,000
    • Project Period: Up to 4 years
    • Purpose: To support advancement of cancer research and career development of early-career scientists.
    • Eligibility: PI applicant must be an independent investigator with their own lab, at or above the level of Assistant Professor or Instructor (or equivalent), within 7 years after completion of terminal degree and be on a tenure track, and show a history of extramural funding and first-author publications. 50% protected time required. Three confidential Letter of Recommendation required.
    Department of Defense – CDMRP Lung Cancer Research Program: Clinical Translational Research Partnership Award
    • Due: July 13, 2022 (LOI)
    • Funding: Up to $2,400,000
    • Project Period: 3 years
    • Purpose: To support partnerships between clinicians and research scientists that will accelerate the movement of promising ideas in lung cancer into clinical applications.
    • Eligibility: PIs must be at or above the Assistant Professor or equivalent level. The clinician must hold an MD, MD/PhD or equivalent and must currently have clinical duties and/or responsibilities.
    Cystic Fibrosis FoundationPath to a Cure (PTAC) – Collaborative Research Grant 2022
    • Due: July 14, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $1,000,000 per year
    • Project Period: Up to 3 years
    • Purpose: To facilitate research that will contribute to the development of new therapies or therapeutic strategies to treat CG with an emphasis on advancing CFTR gene repair and replacement approaches.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must be independent investigators focusing on one or more of the research areas of interest defined by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The application must consist of at least two projects, each led by an independent investigator.
    Damon Runyon Cancer Research FoundationDamon Runyon-Dale F. Frey Award for Breakthrough Scientists
    • Due: July 15, 2022
    • Funding: $100,000
    • Project Period: Up to 2 years
    • Purpose: To provide funding for the nation’s top postdoctoral fellow to enable them to complete their training and pursue new ideas under the mentorship of a leading senior scientists.
    • Eligibility: Damon Runyon Fellows in the fourth year of their fellowship, current fellows selected in November 2018 and May 2019, and fellows who have terminated their awards early to accept an independent academic faculty position or other funding are eligible to apply.
    AAAS Science & SciLifeLabPrize for Young Scientist 2022
    • Due: July 15, 2022
    • Funding: $30,000 for grand prize winner; $10,000 for category winners
    • Project Period: One-time essay submission with entry form and additional materials
    • Purpose: Global effort to encourage young scientists to continue research in their chosen field of study. One grand prize awarded yearly to one early career scientist who has obtained a doctoral degree within the past two years in the life sciences field for best essay on research findings. Three additional category winners selected.
    • Eligibility: Research work must be performed by the applicant. Only accepting submissions from applicants receiving a PhD in 2020 and 2021.
    American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) – AGA-R. Robert & Sally Funderburg Research Award in Gastric Cancer
    • Due: July 19, 2022
    • Funding: $100,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support an established investigator in the gastric cancer research field working to enhance fundamental understanding of gastric cancer pathobiology or approaches to prevent, treat or cure gastric cancer.
    • Eligibility: AGA members who are established as independent investigators in the gastric biology field following the completion of clinical training as a GI fellow or equivalent, who hold an MD, PhD and/or equivalent degree (e.g., MBBS, MBChB, DO) and a full-time faculty or equivalent position at an institution in the United States, Canada or Mexico are eligible.
    American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) – AGA-Caroline Craig Augustyn & Damian Augustyn Award in Digestive Cancer
    • Due: July 19, 2022
    • Funding: $40,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To support an early career investigator who currently holds a federal or non-federal career development award devoted to conducting research related to digestive cancer.
    • Eligibility: AGA members who hold an NIH K series or other federal or non-federal career development award of at least four years in duration, hold an MD, PhD and/or equivalent degree (e.g., MB, ChB, MBBS, DO) and a full-time faculty or equivalent position at an institution in the United States, Canada or Mexico are eligible.
    Wellcome –  Career Development Awards
    • Due: July 21, 2022
    • Funding: Unspecified
    • Project Period: Up to 8 years
    • Purpose: To support mid-career scientists in any discipline in leading a substantial and innovative research project.
    • Eligibility: Candidate must work with a host organization in the UK, Republic of Ireland, or low to middle-income country (except China or India), have completed two substantial periods of research after initial training. 80% protected time required.
    Breast Cancer Alliance – Young Investigator Grants
    • Due: July 22, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $125,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To encourage a commitment to breast cancer research from early career clinical doctors and research scientists who have not received their own major grant. Tenure track faculty or individuals holding a tenure track research position for 4 years of less may apply. PI recipients of R01s or equivalent not eligible. 50% protected time required.
    • Eligibility: Clinical physicians and research scientists, including postdoctoral investigators, at any stage of their careers who are focused on breast cancer research are eligible. A maximum of 2 YIG applications will be accepted per institution.
    National Science Foundation – Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER)
    • Due: July 25, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $400,000
    • Project Period: Up to 5 years
    • Purpose: To support early career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization by building a firm foundation for a lifetime of leadership in integrating education and research. *Funding up to $500,000 for proposals submitted to the Directorate for Biological Sciences, the Directorate for Engineering, or the Office of Polar Programs.
    • Eligibility: Untenured faculty holding a doctoral degree in a field supported by NSF, engaged in research in areas of science, engineering or education supported by NSF who have never received a CAREER award are eligible.
    Wellcome – Discovery Awards
    • Due: July July 26, 2022
    • Funding: Unspecified
    • Project Period: Up to 8 years
    • Purpose: To provide funding for established researchers and teams in any discipline pursuing innovative research ideas that aim to shift understanding and have potential to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals.
    • Eligibility: Lead candidate must be based at a host organization in the UK, Republic of Ireland, or low to middle-income country (except China or India) and a track record of leading innovative and creative research projects. Lead candidate must also demonstrate competence in being able to lead a substantial collaborative research program.
    Department of Defense – Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP): Behavioral Health Science Award
    • Due: July 29, 2021 (LOI)
    • Funding: Up to $1,000,000
    • Project Period: Up to 4 years
    • Purpose: Supports innovative research and high-reward studies related to behavioral health science to advance research and increase understanding of survivorship, including investigation into the psychological health and well-being of individuals affected by cancer (patients and family members).
    • Eligibility: Domestic and foreign organizations eligible. PI on application must have a faculty level appointment (or equivalent).

    August

    Josiah Macy Foundation – Macy Faculty Scholars
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $100,000 per year
    • Project Period: Over 2 years
    • Purpose: To identify and nurture promising early career educators in medicine and nursing and support the implementation of an educational scholarly project at the home institution of a faculty scholar to help develop the next generation of national leaders in medical and nursing education.
    • Eligibility: Open to faculty members in the US (US citizen or permanent resident, incl. US territories) at an accredited nursing school, allopathic medical school, or osteopathic medical school with 3 to 8 years of full-time faculty experience. Applicants must have a faculty mentor that will advise them on the educational project and career development. Nomination by nursing or medical school dean required.
    Society for Academic Emergency Medicine – Education Project Grant
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $20,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To foster innovation in teaching, education, and educational research in emergency medicine for faculty-, fellow-, resident- and medical student-level learners by funding a medical education research project.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must hold an MD, DO, PhD, PharmD, DSc or equivalent and a faculty university appointment with a department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine by the start of the award period. Applicant may work as a clinician at an institution other than the host institution where the project will be conducted. SAEM membership required.
    Society for Academic Emergency Medicine – SAEMF Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design in Medical Education (ARMED MedEd) Pilot Training Grant
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $25,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To support a mentored research project designed to facilitate personal and professional development to help education scientists obtain additional extramural funding (either through the development of advanced skills and/or creation of pilot data). 
    • Eligibility: Applicants must hold an MD, DO, PhD, PharmD, DSc or equivalent and a faculty university appointment with a department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine by the start of the award period. SAEM membership required.
    Society for Academic Emergency Medicine – SAEMF ARMED Pilot Grant
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: $25,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To support an emergency medicine academician by providing mentored research experience and the opportunity to obtain preliminary or pilot data for future grant submissions. 
    • Eligibility: Applicants must have completed the SAEM Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design Course, hold an MD, DO, PhD, PharmD, DSc or equivalent and a faculty university appointment with a department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine by the start of the award period. SAEM membership required. Residents in their final year may apply if they will hold a university appointment at the start of the award period.
    Society for Academic Emergency Medicine – Research Large Project Grant
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: $150,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support an emergency medicine faculty to conduct a large-scale research project to advance their career and developing pilot data necessary to seek federal funding. 
    • Eligibility: Applicants must have an advanced/doctoral or terminal educational degree (MD, DO, PhD, PharmD, DSc or equivalent), hold a university faculty appointment in a department of division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine and not have a previously receive SAEM Large Project Grant or an NIH R01 grant (or equivalent).
    Society for Academic Emergency Medicine – Research Training Grant (RTG)
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: $100,000
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support projects leveraging innovative methodological designs, such as implementation trials, computational methods and data science to advance acute care science in emerging infectious disease that may include diagnostics, patient and provider safety, intervention/therapeutics, disaster preparedness, or other relevant topic areas. 
    • Eligibility: Applicants must hold an MD, DO, PhD, PharmD, DSc or equivalent and a faculty university appointment with a department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine by the start of the award period. Clinicians may work at an institution other than the host institution or institution where the project will be conducted. SAEM membership required.
    Society for Academic Emergency Medicine – Emerging Infectious Disease and Preparedness Grant
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: $150,000 per year
    • Project Period: 2 years
    • Purpose: To support an emergency medicine academician by providing concentrated training and mentorship in learning research methodology and developing sound research skills. 
    • Eligibility: Applicants must hold a university appointment or be actively involved with a department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine, be board-eligible or certified by one of three boards and practicing in an emergency care setting. An applicant’s residency program must be completed before the start of the award period to be eligible if applicant is applying while in their third or fourth year of residency. SAEM membership required.  Check other requirements.
    Medical Toxicology Foundation – Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Foundation (SAEMF)/Medical Toxicology Foundation (MTF) Toxicology Research Grant
    • Due: August 1, 2022
    • Funding: Up to $20,000
    • Project Period: 1 year
    • Purpose: To support research proposals that advance the science of medical toxicology in emergency medicine to foster collaboration between members of ACMT and SAEM and to advance the science of medical toxicology as it relates to all aspects of emergency medicine.
    • Eligibility: For members only. Applicant must hold an MD, DO or equivalent terminal degree, and be an emergency medicine resident, medical toxicology fellow or faculty member in an accredited ACGME-approved emergency medicine residency program. Previous MTF-SAEMF Toxicology Research Grant awardees are not eligible.
    Department of DefensePeer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP): Convergent Science Cancer Consortium Development Award
    • Due: August 17, 2022 (Pre-application)
    • Funding: Up to $2,500,000
    • Project Period: Up to 2 years
    • Purpose: To support novel approaches to advancing cancer research through the use of convergent science which merges a variety of sciences together to fight cancer beyond what is possible with a multidisciplinary approach.
    • Eligibility: The PI on the application will be the Consortium Director and the PI for the Coordinating Center and should have a proven record of accomplishment of leadership and scientific ability to direct and oversee a multi-institutional research effort. The PI is expected to commit at least 10% effort to direct and manage the project.
    NIH/Office of Strategic Coordination – NIH Director’s New Innovator Award Program (DP2 Clinical Trial Optional)
    • Due: August 19, 2022
    • Funding: $900,000 first segment; $600,000 second segment
    • Project Period: 3 years; 2 years
    • Purpose: To support early career investigators of exceptional creativity who propose highly innovative research projects with the potential to produce a major impact on broad, important areas relevant to the mission of NIH.
    • Eligibility: PIs who have not yet received an NIH independent research award who are within 10 years of completing their terminal research degree or end of post-graduate clinical training may apply.
    American Society of HematologyGlobal Research
    • Due: August 31, 2022
    • Funding: $100,000 to $150,000
    • Project Period:1 year or more
    • Purpose: To support future international early career scientific leaders (hematologists between completion of training and the establishment of their independent careers) and to nurture global collaboration in the hematology field.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must be based in a country outside the US or Canada or be training temporarily in the US or Canada, returning to an academic position in their country.  MD/PhDs within 16 years of MD graduation, PhDs with at least 1 year of experience, and MD/PhDs with no more than 10 years of postdoctoral experience after PhD graduation. Must be an ASH member.

    September

    NIH – BRAIN Initiative: Biology and Biophysics of Neural Stimulation and Recording Technologies (R01 Clinical Trials Optional)
    • Due: September 3, 2022 (LOI due)
    • Funding: Not specified
    • Project Period: 5 years maximum
    • Purpose: To develop new and improved technologies suitable for recording from as well as controlling specified cell types and circuits to modulate and understand function in the central nervous system.
    • Eligibility: PIs at any level eligible to apply.
    American Heart Association – 2023 AHA Postdoctoral Fellowship
    • Due: September 8, 2022
    • Funding: Varies (based on years of experience)
    • Project Period: Up to 2 years
    • Purpose: To support cardiovascular, cerebrovascular or brain health research training for postdoctoral scientists who are not yet independent.
    • Eligibility: Applicants must hold a Ph.D. or doctoral-level clinical degree such as M.D., D.O., D.V.M., Pharm.D., D.D.S., D.Ph., or Ph.D. in nursing, public health or other clinical health science.
    NIH – BRAIN Initiative: Integration and Analysis of BRAIN Initiative Data (R01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
    • Due: September 14, 2022; May 9, 2023; September 13, 2023; May 7, 2024 (LOI due dates)
    • Funding: Not specified
    • Project Period: 3 years maximum
    • Purpose: To support projects that develop informatics tools for analyzing, visualizing, and integrating data related to the BRAIN Initiative or to enhance our understanding of the brain
    • Eligibility: PIs at any level eligible to apply.

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