Emory-Affiliated Research Funding

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

Emory University Research Committee (URC) Funding

The Emory University Research Committee provides research grants to regular, full-time Emory faculty. Applications are typically due in January each year.

Georgia CTSA

Georgia CTSA's Pilot Grants program is a catalyst and vehicle for the transformation of clinical and translational science in Georgia. The program promotes new networks of multidisciplinary and inter-institutional research teams. 

Georgia CTSA KL2 Program

The goal of the Georgia CTSA KL2 Program is to support and enhance career development for junior faculty (MD, PhD, MD/PhD, or PharmD) interested in a career that encompasses clinical and translational science (CTS) and clinical and translational research (CTR).

Peach Bowl LegACy Fund

The Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University and Emory University are pleased to announce the Request for Proposal (RFP) supported by the Peach Bowl LegACy Fund. This peer-reviewed program provides funding to enhance Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's ability to open clinical trials for children, adolescents and young adults with pediatric cancers. This includes the development of novel drugs, devices and treatment strategies. The overall goal is to ensure that high-priority novel agents, devices and treatment strategies can be tested in patients in a more rapid manner.

SOM Imagine, Innovate, and Impact Awards

The SOM I3 Awards were created in FY 2019 to support innovative research ideas that promote interdisciplinary and cross-departmental and -divisional research, i.e., collaborations at the boundaries of disciplines or research requiring input from scientists, clinicians, and/or educators in diverse disciplines. 

Synergy Research Awards

The Synergy Awards were created to spark new, synergistic interactions among faculty throughout the Woodruff Health Sciences Center and to enable scientific achievements of the highest quality and impact. Applications are typically due in late April.
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