The Robert L. Fine Cancer Research Foundation has announced a new funding opportunity in basic and translational pancreatic cancer research. The grant is for $250,000 in direct costs over a two year period. The award is targeted at new and recently established physicians and/or scientists who are dedicated to innovative translational research that would be deemed too risky for funding from conventional government sources. The deadline for the application is August 31, 2018, 5pm EST, and further details for grant submission can be found at www.rlfcrf.org.
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Proposals should be submitted to OCGA (email@example.com) for review and approval at least five business days prior to the sponsor deadline of August 31, 2018. See the OCGA website for additional guidance on preparing and submitting proposals.
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About RLFCRF The Robert L. Fine Cancer Research Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit private foundation fostering research in pancreatic cancer. Robert L. Fine MD was a prominent pancreatic cancer oncologist, who dedicated his life to translational research that resulted in several significant novel therapies for pancreatic cancer. Since his retirement, his foundation has continued his quest to cure pancreatic cancer and further his vision and the hope he shared with so many of his patients.