Foundation / Corporation
St. Baldrick’s Foundation
08/30/19 5:00 PM EST
Fellowships of up to $97,500 per year to USA IHEs, nonprofit research institutions, and laboratories for research related to childhood cancer, including its prevention, cure, and treatments. Applicants must submit a Letter of Intent prior to applying. Research should be conducted by scholars holding an M.D. or D.O degree. Fellows are funded based on scientific review.
In addition to research to understand the biology of childhood cancers and discover leads to more effective treatments, topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Adolescents and young adults
- Survivorship, outcomes, and quality of life
- Supportive care
- Epidemiology and pediatric cancer predispositions
- Precision medicine
- Alternative and complementary therapies
St. Baldrick’s Foundation funds biomedical research in order to better understand the causes of pediatric cancers and to advance its prevention, treatment, and cure. The main output of this research is new knowledge. To ensure this knowledge can be accessed, read, applied, and built upon in fulfillment of its goals, St. Baldrick’s Foundation encourages researchers to share data with the research community and expects it researchers to publish their findings, including but not limited to publication in peer-reviewed journals.
All Fellow awards are to cover salary and benefits only. Fellowship funding is limited to cover the Fellow’s research time, not clinical time.
GrantWatch ID#: 185994
Fellows will be awarded the normal PGY-level salary for their institution, capped at $75,000 per year, with up to an additional 30% of the salary amount for fringe benefits. (Total yearly maximum is $97,500.)
Fellowships commence on July 1 with the funding period beginning July 1 and ending June 30.
Award is for two (2) years of fellowship training, with a possible additional year of funding based upon the demonstration of need and significant accomplishment.
St. Baldrick’s Fellowships are granted for 3rd and 4th or 4th and 5th years of pediatric oncology research, with an opportunity for one (1) additional year of funding based upon need, significant accomplishment, and approved application.
Leaves of absence are limited to not more than one (1) year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://staging.proposalcentral.com/default.asp
St. Baldrick’s Foundation
1333 South Mayflower Ave Suite 400
Monrovia CA 91016
Ph. (626) 792-8247
Any questions following the notification of awards should be addressed in writing to:
Laura Chung, Grants Program Director
626.792.8247, ext. 236
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