Funding Opportunities

Internal FOAs:

KUCC SPRING Pilot Projects 2015  - Due on April 20th, 2015

These awards are available to KU Cancer Center members only.
Letter of Intent - must be forwarded to your program leader AND to Susan Harp by Monday, March 23, 2015

It is anticipated that 5 general pilot projects at $35,000 each will be awarded, based on merit. ONE of these pilots will be awarded to a Junior Faculty member that meets the criteria for an ACS IRG awardee - see full RFP.

Special consideration will be given to submissions that are inter-programmatic or translational in nature.  We encourage applications across all types of research emphasis (clinical, basic, population, translational, etc.).

All electronic proposals should be forwarded to Susan Harp at cancer@kumc.edu , assembled as a single PDF file.  Please include the new application form as the first document in your submission.

Questions should be directed either to Susan Harp at sharp@kumc.edu or 913-588-4786.

Download these application forms below:

  • Cover page - to be signed by the PI
  • Face page - to be signed by the PI's department head.
  • Budget - initial period - up to $35,000 may be requested for one year (Juy 2015 - June 2016); funds may not be used for PI's salary, travel, subscriptions, or indirect costs.
  • Total budget - to include the budget justification narrative.
  • Biosketch
  • Continuation page - to be used for the Research Plan, Abstract and References. The Research Plan is limited to 6 pages (excluding references) and should include: 1) Specific Aims; 2) Research Strategy (significance; innnovation; approach).

KUCC ACS-IRG (American Cancer Society - Institutional Research Grants)
The deadline for 2015 funding has passed.

Please see previous RFP and associated forms below. Please address any questions or concerns to Susan Harp at sharp@kumc.edu

    ACS-IRG RFA Announcement
    ACS Cover Page form
    ACS Budget form
    ACS Biosketch form
    ACS Continuation form


KUCC Student Summer Grants

The University of Kansas Cancer Center is sponsoring a Student Summer Research Training Program for a minimum of four students (college undergrad, graduate or medical students). The deadline for Summer 2015 has passed. The next round for Summer 2016 will be announced in early 2016.

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