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Midcareer and Established Investigators

A listing of links for information on NCI-supported fellowships, research career development awards and training/education research programs for midcareer and established investigators who are pursuing research careers in: basic science; clinical science; and cancer prevention; cancer control; or the behavioral or population sciences.

 

F33 - NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA) for Senior Fellows
This program provides opportunities for independent senior researchers, with at least seven years of relevant research experience after receipt of a doctoral or professional degree, to acquire new research capabilities or make major changes in focus in their research careers (e.g., during sabbatical leave). The award provides NRSA stipends and tuition for awardees and institutional allowances to defray awardees' expenses.
Discipline(s): All Cancer Research

K05 - Established Investigator Award in Cancer Prevention, Control, Behavioral, and Population Sciences Research
This program is for investigators with a Ph.D., M.D., or other research or professional degree, who have an established record of independent, peer-reviewed Federal or private research support in cancer prevention, control, or behavioral or population sciences. In addition, candidates must demonstrate a need for support to provide them with protected time for research and for mentoring new investigators. The award includes PI salary and research development support.
Discipline(s): Cancer Prevention, Control, Behavioral and Population Sciences

K12 - Paul Calabresi Award for Clinical Oncology
This program provides grants to eligible institutions to support the research career development of clinicians or clinicians and postdoctoral Ph.D. basic scientists to perform clinical oncology therapeutic research, design and test clinical therapeutic protocols, administer all phases of cancer clinical trials, and conduct cancer therapeutic research in team research settings. The award includes salary and research development support for the trainees and partial salary support for the PI.
Discipline(s): Clinical Science: Patient-Oriented Research, Translational Research

K24 - Midcareer Investigator Award in Patient-Oriented Research
This program is for clinically trained professionals including nurses and individuals with clinical Ph.Ds., who can perform clinical duties and are committed to careers focused on patient-oriented research. Candidates are typically at the Associate Professor level in an academic setting or equivalent non-academic setting. Candidates must have an established record of independent, peer-reviewed Federal or private research grant funding in patient-oriented research (POR) and be able to demonstrate a need for protected time to devote to POR as well as act as research mentors, primarily for clinical residents, clinical fellows, and/or new clinical faculty. The award includes PI salary and research development support.
Discipline(s): Clinical Science: Patient-Oriented Research

R25E - Cancer Education Grants Program
The Cancer Education Grants Program (CEGP) is a flexible, curriculum-driven program aimed at developing and sustaining innovative and educational approaches including curriculum development and short courses/continuing professional education that ultimately will have an impact on reducing cancer incidence, mortality and morbidity, as well as improving the quality of life of cancer patients.
Discipline(s): All Cancer Research

T32 - Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Research Training Grants
This program provides grants to eligible institutions to develop or enhance predoctoral and postdoctoral research training opportunities in biomedical and behavioral research., including annual NRSA stipends for trainees and institutional allowances to defray trainee's expenses.
Discipline(s): All Cancer Research

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