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Funding Opportunities

Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University researchers receive funding through various awards and grants, including federal, private and internal funding opportunities. Eligible investigators can apply for a wide range of funding options.

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Winship Awards and Pilot Grants

At Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, we provide a range of awards and pilot grants to foster and bolster cancer research advancements.

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Other Funding Opportunities

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

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.

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

Winship's Community Outreach and Engagement provides pilot funding for projects that implement and evaluate evidence-based interventions to improve community assessment, access and/or outcomes related to cancer.

Winship Pre-Proposal Submission Review

As an Emory investigator, you have access to an internal scientific pre-review of a grant proposal by the Winship Scientific Research Council before submission of a cancer-related application to an external funding agency. (Users need to log in to Emory VPN to access the site.)

Additional Resources at Emory

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.

The Emory Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations assists Winship investigators in engaging private foundations for support or forming mutually beneficial partnerships with corporate entities.