The CNTRP, together with other partners and led by the Heart and Stroke Foundation, has recently launched a grant opportunity that is targeted towards new investigators to support Cardiovascular research specific to transplantation.
The LOI deadline is July 29, 2016. More information can be found here
The AST Transplantation and Immunology Research Network (TIRN) research grants program seeks to support fellows, junior faculty, and allied health professionals by funding innovative research in basic, clinical, and translational science.
The AST TIRN has identified research priorities as suggested focus areas for grant applications in the 2016 research grants cycle. However, it is important to note that applications on any research topic will be accepted, as the importance of innovation in areas outside of these priorities is recognized.
A limited number of grants are awarded each funding cycle, and the number of grants and the term of each grant (either one or two years) varies each funding cycle.
Visit www.TIRN.org/funding for complete details including eligibility criteria and funding guidelines.
Application Deadline is Tuesday, November 1, 2016