Funding Opportunities

Winship researchers receive funding through a variety of awards and grants. View a selection of federal, private and internal funding opportunities for which Winship researchers may be eligible to apply.

Federal Funding Opportunities

Winship investigators can access an extensive listing of cancer-related funding issued by the National Institutes of Health and other federal agencies.

Private Funding Opportunities

Winship investigators can apply for a variety of awards and training opportunities from external foundations and private funding sources.

NCI Funding for Trainees

The National Cancer Institute provides funding support for trainees in all areas of cancer research, including cancer prevention, control, behavioral sciences, population sciences, and translational research.

Winship Awards & Pilot Grants

Winship Cancer Institute offers a portfolio of awards and pilot grants to support cancer research.

Emory-Affiliated Funding

Emory University and partner institutions offer a variety of cancer-related funding.

Community Grants

Winship's Office of Community Outreach and Engagement collaborates with community partners across the state to design and implement programs to reduce disparities and improve cancer outcomes.

Emory Office of Sponsored Programs

The Emory Office of Sponsored Programs collaborates with the Winship research community to identify, obtain and administer extramural funding in support of the mission of Emory University.

Emory Office of Foundation Relations

The team at the Emory Office of Foundation Relations can work with any Winship faculty member who wants to approach a private foundation for support.

Winship is currently handling the nomination process for The NCI Pathway to Independence Award for Outstanding Early Stage Postdoctoral Researchers (K99/R00), designed for postdoctoral fellows with research and/or clinical doctoral degree. Applications are due Friday, December 4.

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