NextGen Awards in Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) is offering a limited number of awards to provide a stipend for conducting prostate cancer research in three different categories: graduate studentship, post-doctoral research fellowship and clinical research fellowship.
The application is initiated an independent investigator who will act at the lead supervisor.
There are three types of award available:
  • Graduate Studentship: maximum amount of each award is $35,000/year for up to 2 years + up to $5,000 knowledge exchange stipend
  • Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship: maximum amount of each award is $50,000/year for up to 2 years + up to $5,000 knowledge exchange stipend
  • Clinical Research Fellowship: maximum amount of each award is $75,000/year for 1 year
Key Dates:

Registration Deadline: February 21, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern
Full Application Deadline: March 15, 2017 at 5:00 Eastern
Earliest Funding Start Date: July 1, 2017

Links to:
Online application:
https://pccgrants.smartsimple.ca
Program Description
Tipsheet for applicants





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