Navigating the universe of funding sources can be overwhelming. Here, the following resources are provided to support trainees in their search for research funding.
As a demonstration of its commitment to protecting the field and those who have dedicated their careers to the specialty, ASH has pledged $9 million to a new, three-year Bridge Grant Program to help preserve the careers of its talented member scientists whose vital research will not be accomplished due to across-the-board cuts to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) budget.
Each year, ASH awards more than $2 million in educational grants to benefit young scientists.
This extensive list of hematology grant opportunities is being provided as a service by the ASH Trainee Council to aid trainees in their search for grant information. However, ASH does not endorse any of the information or Web links contained in this document and is not responsible for the content of external Web sites. This list is updated bi-annually by the ASH Trainee Council at their April and December meetings. If you would like to notify us of updated information or suggest grants for addition to the list, please e-mail the ASH Training Manager at email@example.com. This is a PDF document, which can be searched by keywords using your computer’s "Find" function (ctrl+F).
Drawing together the multitude of hematology-related research grant opportunities that are available through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other federal agencies, the Society has created this section on the ASH Web site to simplify your search for requests for blood and blood disease research topics. ASH regularly updates this page and will expand its scope in the future when other grants are published that may be of interest to hematologists.
To draw together the multitude of hematology-related research grant opportunities that are available through patient groups, the Society has created a section on the ASH Web site that simplifies your search for requests for blood and blood disease research topics. ASH will regularly update this page and plans to expand its scope in the future when other grants are published that may be of interest to hematologists.
The NIH provides numerous funding and career opportunities for researchers.
Dr. Mona Shah offers some tips on navigating the alphabet soup of the NIH and nonprofit funding resources.
Dr. Mark Schroeder, a second-year hematology/oncology fellow, provides advice about searching for and securing research funding based on his interactions with senior fellows and junior faculty.
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