"The purpose of this grant is to support basic, translational, or clinical research project in laryngology, voice, outcomes, and related subjects. "
Deadline for Letter of Intent: December 1, 2015Read More
ACGT funds research aimed at furthering the development of cell and gene therapy approaches to the treatment of cancer. To this end, ACGT offers awards in Clinical Translation of Cell and Gene Therapy for Cancer. This award is specifically for those conducting Cell and Gene Therapy Research for sarcoma.
"Deadline for abstracts: December 18, 2015 Deadline for applications: February 23, 2016"Read More
AFSA funds research that investigates the causes and treatments for fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS).
Deadline for letter of intent: ContinuousRead More
The purpose of this grant is to support basic science or translational research project in the area of laryngology or neurolaryngology with relevance to the pediatric population.
Deadline for letter of intent: December 01, 2015Read More
The purpose of the American Otological Society (AOS) Research Grant is to encourage and support academic research in sciences related to the ear. All of the AOS grant awards may involve research on any topic related to ear disorders and are no longer limited to studies of Menière's disease or otosclerosis. The research need not be directly on an otological disease but may explore normal functions of the cochlea, labyrinth or central auditory or vestibular systems.
Deadline for letter of intent: December 31, 2015Read More
"C17 Research Network priorities are to fund collaborative research which preferentially involves multiple pediatric oncology/hematology centres, preferably across Canada; multi-disciplinary research; and which C17 Research Network priorities are to fund collaborative research which preferentially involves multiple pediatric oncology/hematology centres, preferably across Canada; multi-disciplinary research; and which encourage new research collaborations and researchers. The research areas considered for 2015/16 (Round 18) are: - all phases of clinical trials - disease and population-based registries - biological sample banks - quality of life, health outcomes and psychosocial research - basic and translational research* - hematopoietic stem cell transplantation research "
Deadline for letter of intent: December 18, 2015Read More
The Canadian Celiac Association offers a grant for research projects in Canada of a scientific, applied science, and/or medical nature relevant to Celiac Disease, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, and/or non-celiac Gluten Sensitivity, or the socio-economic implications of delayed diagnosis and/or living with these conditions.
Deadline: January 31, 2016Read More
The grant is the principal means by which the CRS fulfills its mission to support basic or fundamental research on all types of cancer in order to contribute to the advancement of science aimed at preventing, detecting and treating this disease. The program is offered to research projects in basic or fundamental research exclusively. Applied, psychosocial or clinical research projects are not admissible to this program.
"Deadline for Letter of Intent: December 7, 2015 Deadline for Application: February 17, 2016"Read More
"The specific objectives of this funding opportunity are: (1) To provide salary support for up to four years to clinician researchers working in a health system setting enabling them to conduct original research that is relevant and responsive to the health system where they are embedded; and (2) Contribute to generating a strong cadre of clinician researchers across the country that will play a role in transformative change and act as role models and mentors for a cadre of new health professional scientists. "
Deadline: March 3, 2016Read More
"The area of interest for this BAA is extremity regeneration to address complex blast and other traumatic injuries to Service members. The proposed research must have military relevance but is expected to improve both public and military healthcare outcomes. Consideration will be given to bone and soft tissue reconstruction, limb and tissue salvage technologies, and regenerative medicine technologies for the treatment of trauma-induced damage to these tissues. The focus is on identifying innovative solutions to treating extremity injury that will transform the standard of care"
Deadline for pre-applications: December 15, 2015Read More
The goal of this program is to foster innovative, military relevant research in the following areas: 1) mitigation and treatment of traumatic injuries, war related injuries and diseases to the ocular structure and visual system; 2) mitigation and treatment of visual dysfunction associated with traumatic brain injury (TBI); 3) ocular and visual systems diagnostic capabilities and assessment strategies; 4) protection and prevention strategies; 5) vision rehabilitation strategies and quality of life measures; 6) epidemiological studies of military eye trauma and TBI related vision dysfunction; 7) vision restoration; 8) vision care education, training and simulation; and 9) warfighter vision readiness and enhancement.
"Deadline for pre-applications: December 2, 2015 Deadline for applications: December 16, 2015"Read More
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS's) academic grants support and encourage basic and translational leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma research.
Deadline: February 10, 2016Read More
The I.M. Rosenzweig Junior Investigator Awards and the Albert Rose Established Investigator Awards support projects that offer a high likelihood of improving the understanding of pulmonary fibrosis (PF) in the following areas: basic science, transnational research, clinical medicine/research, and social science/quality of life. .
"Deadline for Letter of Intent: November 30, 2015 "Read More
PVA's Education and Training Foundation is focused on funding educational projects that benefit and serve individuals with SCI/D, their families and caregivers. The Education Foundation has five topic categories for funding consideration which are: Consumer, Caregiver, and Community Education; Professional Development and Education; Research Utilization and Dissemination; Assistive Technology; and Conferences and Symposia. These projects should be designed to improve the quality of life for individuals with SCI/D, educate consumers about the consequences of and complications associated with SCI/D, improve the knowledge and skills of SCI/D health care professionals and to prevent the occurrence and complications of new SCI/D.
Deadline: February 01, 2016Read More
"The Ewings Cancer Foundation of Canada and the C17 Research Network are pleased to announce a Request for Applications for research studies into Ewing Sarcoma (Round 3). The area of research can include all phases of clinical trials, disease or population-based registries or biological sample banks, quality of life, health outcomes and psychosocial research, basic and translational research with a direct application to research into the causes, treatment, cure and quality of life for young people with Ewing Sarcoma. Priorities for this competition are improving diagnosis and care, survival rates, knowledge about genetics, causes and treatments, or quality of life for young people with Ewing Sarcoma. "
Deadline for letter of intent: December 18, 2015Read More
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