Reflecting the Center's mission to use cutting edge research in basic and clinical sciences to advance the care of individuals living with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations, grants are focused on innovative cancer research projects. Investigators who have already received peer-reviewed funding for their proposed projects will not be eligible for this award.
The scientific objective of the Basser Research Center for BRCA includes the funding of research projects related to BRCA1/2 ranging from basic science to clinical/translational research. Collaborative projects are strongly encouraged. Please note, the science must have relevance to the study of BRCA1/2 to be considered.
Read the 2014 Basser Research Center Grant press release here.
The Basser Internal Funding Program is currently closed and no longer accepting applications. Please check back in the Spring of 2015.
The Basser Research Center for BRCA at Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center announces the Basser External Research Grant Program, which focuses on projects that have the potential to advance the care of individuals living with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations. Research grant applications in basic science, early detection, translational or clinical research and relevant to the study of BRCA1/2 will be considered.
The Basser External Research Grants Program is currently closed and no longer accepting applications. Please check back in the winter of 2014. For more information contact Cecilia Scavelli firstname.lastname@example.org.