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|Sponsor:||V Foundation for Cancer Research|
|Award Title:||2011 V foundation Translational Award|
Each grant will total $600,000, paid in $200,000 installments over a three-year period. Ten percent of the grant annually may be used to offset the indirect costs of the project.
|Description:||Funding is available for a cancer research project that brings together pre-clinical and clinical investigators. This work must not be current funded by other mechanisms external to the cancer center. The purpose of these grants is to develop novel approaches to the prevention detection and treatment of human cancer that requires collaboration of investigators from both the lab and clinical. For more information visit: http://www.jimmyv.org/|
|Number of Applicants University is Allowed to submit:||1|
|UM Nominations Process:||
Masonic Cancer Center Review: 4:30, April 15th A one page description of the concept and a draft budget in NIH format should be emailed to Aaron Schilz, firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:30 pm April 15th. The concept and budget will be reviewed by a director appointed committee if there is more than one application.
Masonic Cancer Center Review and designation of final applicant: April 30th 2011. (Please note: completed applications must be submitted to SPA by June 8th, 2011 to meet the foundation's deadline of, June 10th, 2011)
Foundation’s Application Deadline: June 10th, 2011, Awards: August, 2011, Funding: October, 2011
|Peer Review Coordination:||Academic Health Center contact email|
|Status:||The internal deadline has passed but no applicants were selected. Please contact the office coordinating the peer review for more information.|
|Please note:||To be considered for peer review and internal selection, faculty must follow the above submission guidelines and meet the UM deadline as set by the office coordinating the peer review for this opportunity.|
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This link includes summary sponsor information, specific instructions for internal submission and contact information for the university office coordinating the nomination process.
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