|Post baccalaureate Training In Disparities Research |
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Research Programs plays a critical role in energizing science to find the cures by funding the discoveries, individuals, and resources essential to ending breast cancer. The Programs supports research and training through many different types of grants and awards, each designed to meet specific objectives and to optimize outcomes. T
he 2011-2012 Research Programs and its portfolio of Requests for Applications (RFA) continues Komen for the Cure’s strategic focus on reducing breast cancer incidence and mortality within the decade.
Applications will be completed online using proposalCENTRAL.
PBT-DR Predoctoral Grants
PBT-DR grants are intended to establish or sustain a training program headed by a mentor(s) to provide pre-masters or pre-doctoral students with the analytic, research, scientific, clinical and/or public health skills. These skills are critical to effectively explore the basis for differences in breast cancer outcomes and translate research discoveries into clinical and public health practice. PBT-DR grants have the ultimate goal to eliminate disparities in breast cancer outcomes across population groups. $405,000 direct costs only
($45,000 per year per student; up to 3 students and up to 3 years)
Deadline to submit proposals: August 30, 2011
Further information: PBT-DR Grants