Kidscan Pump Priming Grant
Closing Date: 04/12/2023
Funding is available for individual researchers around the world to develop a research project on cancer in children. The thematic focus of the 2023 call is on Atypical Teratoid/Rhabdoid Tumour (ATRT).
Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research is a charity organisation based within the University of Salford, dedicated to finding safer treatments for children diagnosed with cancer. The charity raises funds primarily for research into the causes, diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure of cancer in children. Research grants are provided by the charity to support research into novel treatments, improvements to current treatments or other strategies that improve survival or quality of life.
The Pump Priming Grants Programme is available for individual researchers to work on projects in the early stages of development that would lead to further research or contribute towards early stage clinical trials of new therapeutic treatments for children’s cancer.
For the 2023 call, the charity is looking for projects that focus on research in the treatment, diagnosis, basic research, and target identification of Atypical Teratoid/Rhabdoid Tumour (ATRT).
Funding is available for a duration of 12 months, projects should be hypothesis driven and achievable within the duration of the grant.
|Funding body||Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research|
|Fund or call||Fund|