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Collaborative Pediatric Cancer Research Grant Guidelines - Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation

 

A Collaborative Pediatric Cancer Research Awards Program Grant Funding Opportunity in Pediatric Oncology

 

A Collaborative Pediatric Cancer Research Awards Program streamlines the grant process for researchers, reviewers, and organizations. It is like the Common Application that the Ivy League schools use. Members include Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation/The Truth 365, Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research, Batcole Foundation, Open Hands Overflowing Hearts, Luke Tatsu Johnson Foundation, and Infinite Love for Kids Fighting Cancer, national nonprofit organizations dedicated to eliminating childhood cancer through innovative research in pediatric oncology. Members of the Collaboration may choose to co-fund or individually fund a grant. Each organization provides its own funding for grants it selects to fund and will be recognized as the donor in publications. Rally is the administrator of the grants. 

 

OVERVIEW

Eligibility:

  • Fellows, Research Scientists, Instructors and Professors with MD or DO and/or PhD degrees may apply.
  • Principal investigators do not need to be U.S. citizens.
  • Lead research institutions do not need to be located in the U.S.

 

The following will not be reviewed:

  • Grants that have no direct relevance to pediatric cancer nor fall within the scope of the Collaborative Grant Application Guidelines.
  • Proposals for funding of infrastructure programs or management of clinical trials.
  • Incomplete applications and/or applications received after the deadline.

 

Award Categories:

  • Fellowship Grants – Grants are for one or two years of support. At the end of the award you may apply for additional funding the next grant cycle. Each funded grant will be awarded up to $50,000 per year.
  • Young Investigator and Independent Investigator Grants – Grants are for one or two years of support. At the end of the award you may apply for additional funding the next grant cycle. Each funded grant will be awarded up to $50,000 per year.
  • Consortium Grants (three or more institutions collaborating on a grant-supported research project): Grants are for one or two years of support. At the end of the award you may apply for additional funding the next grant cycle. Each funded grant will be awarded up to $100,000 per year.
  • Outside the Box Grants – Grants are for one year of support. At the end of the award you may apply for additional funding the next grant cycle. Each funded grant will be awarded up to $50,000.

 

Please note that not all grants are awarded in full. Award amounts are determined by a competitive peer-review process and scores received. 

HOW TO APPLY

In an effort to streamline the grant application process for researchers, reviewers and other childhood cancer organizations, we founded A Collaborative Pediatric Cancer Research Awards Program utilizing ProposalCENTRAL for application submission.

 

Letter of Intent
Application opens
September 1, 2020
Due October 6, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST

Notice of Award
Applicants will be notified by
April 30, 2021

Full Application (Invitation only)
Application opens
November 23, 2020
Due January 11, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST

Start of Grant Term
All funded grants will start on July 1, 2021

 

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FAQS:

How do I determine which grant type to apply under?

To determine whether to apply as a fellow or young investigator, consider your position within the institution as of the start of the award period, July 1. Fellows in the last year of their fellowship may only apply for one year of funding. They may apply again the next year as a young investigator. Young investigators are up to five years post fellowship and independent investigators are more than five years post fellowship. A consortium is three or more institutions collaborating on the proposed research project with one lead institution housing the principal investigator.

Is there a limit on the number of Letters of Intent that an institution or principal investigator may submit?
No, there is no limit on the number of Letters of Intent that may be submitted by an institution or principal investigator.

How do I access the Letter of Intent application?
Applicants must submit proposals electronically through ProposalCENTRAL, an electronic grant submission system provided by Altum, Inc. Access ProposalCENTRAL at https://proposalcentral.com/and look for A Collaborative Pediatric Cancer Research Awards Program on the Grant Opportunities tab.

*Please contact Leighanna@RallyFoundation.org with any other questions.