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|Sponsor:||V Foundation for Cancer Research|
|Award Title:||Kay Yow/V Foundation Award|
The grant amount will be determined based on the fundraising success of the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, but it is anticipated that the grant will be $500,000-$1,000,000 payable over 4 years
|Description:||The Kay Yow Cancer Fund is interested in funding a translational research project focused on the area of cancers in aging women. The project must include a clinical trial endpoint. Corss-institutional and cross-disciplinary efforts are encouraged. The grant will be awarded in February 2014 with payment beginning late Spring 2014.|
|Number of Applicants University is Allowed to submit:||1|
|UM Nominations Process:||
Masonic Cancer Center Review: 4:30, September 20, 2013
A one page description of the concept and a draft budget in NIH format should be emailed to Aaron Schilz, email@example.com by 4:30pm September 20th. 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:
September 23, 2013
(Please note: completed letter of intent must be submitted to SPA by September 30, 2013 to meet the foundation's deadline of October 1, 2013)
Foundation's Letter of Intent Deadline: October 1, 2013
Foundation's Full Application Deadline (if selected): December 20, 2013
Letter of Intent Guidelines (if internally selected by the Masonic Cancer Center)
- Application cover sheet: http://www.jimmyv.org/research/grant-application.html
- Maximum of 3 pages in length
- Proposed project title and short summary, providing an explanation regarding the translational nature of the research, specifically leading to a clinical trial and discussing its potential impact on the women with or at risk of cancer
- Investigator(s) name(s), title(s) and qualifications
- Sponsoring institution's name
- Investigator's history with women's cancer research, specifically aging women's cancer research
- Brief description of the project aims and approaches
- Proposed budget amount
- Proposed timeline
-Current grants in this focus area
- A brief "lay term" explanation regarding the importance and relevance of the research project
|Peer Review Coordination:||Masonic Cancer 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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