Innovative proposals that address prostate cancer research including but not limited to basic or translational research, investigator initiated clinical trials (related IRB submission must be either in review or approved), health disparities, imaging, survivorship or quality of life will be considered for funding.
The Winship prostate cancer pilot grant program is designed to enhance the development of a robust prostate cancer research program at Winship. It is expected that the submitted proposal will lead to the submission of extramural grant proposals seeking peer-reviewed funding from the National Institutes of Health, American Cancer Society, Veteran's Administration, Department of Defense, or other Federal/Foundation funding.
- PI's should be active Emory faculty at the rank of senior associate, instructor, assistant professor, associate professor or professor.
- At time of funding, PI’s must be an active Winship Member in good standing or have applied for Winship Membership.
Proposals for up to $50,000/year for a term of one year will be considered. Funding will be distributed (minus a 10% assessment) in two installments: one-half of the total award prior to the award start date, and the remainder subsequent to presentation of the project at the monthly Prostate Cancer Seminar Series, and submission of a progress report before the mid-term of the project period. A final report is due at the conclusion of the award (to be completed by one year) and should address whether the original aims of the pilot project have been met and offer the likelihood of project expansion into further prostate cancer research.
The application process for the 2019 cycle has closed.