Translation Acceleration Grant

Translation Acceleration Grants


Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) has invited applications for investigator-initiated Translation Acceleration Grants (TAG) that address a significant issue in the management of prostate cancer, with a high potential of preventing disease progression and/or improving quality of life in the short term.
 
Starting in 2014, each competition has addressed a significant issue in the management of prostate cancer. The intent of the program is not to support new discovery. Rather the grants should leverage existing knowledge and capabilities to accelerate impact without overlapping currently funded Prostate Cancer Canada and Movember foundation initiatives.

TAG1: Aggressive vs. indolent prostate cancer
TAG2: Novel therapeutics for aggressive disease
True Nth Survivorship Grants (TAG3)
TAG4: Innovative approaches to manage prostate cancer

These opportunities were awarded by Prostate Cancer Canada and proudly funded in part by the Movember Foundation.
smaller-still.jpg
See Funded Project Database for information on funded grants.




Subscribe to our free monthly e-newsletter!

* indicates required

 





 
PCC Spotlight
Canadians hit the pavement in support of dad

Toronto, Ontario -- June 19th, 2017 -- Canadians from all walks (and runs) of life joined Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) on Father's Day for the Do It for Dads Walk Run, a fun, family-friendly event in support of the 1 in 8 Canadian men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime and their families.
More

Canadians from far and wide go Plaid for Dad

JUNE 16th, 2017 - TORONTO, ON - A growing Father's Day weekend tradition across Canada, Plaid for Dad has returned bigger and plaid-er this year to raise money for prostate cancer research.
More

Canadians Encouraged to Wear Plaid for Dad before Father's Day

TORONTO, ON -- (May 17, 2017) -- Wednesday morning will mark the launch of Canada's third annual Plaid for Dad campaign in support of prostate cancer research.
More


Click here for news archive