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GrantsForResearch - Istituto Pascale
GRANT OFFICE - Direzione Scientifica
GrantsForResearch
BOLLETTINO INFORMATIVO FINANZIAMENTI
N. 5 - MAGGIO 2013
SOMMARIO
Baxter BioScience Grants program. .............................................................................................................................. 3
Bando per la raccolta di progetti congiunti di ricerca scientifica e tecnologica Italia-Algeria 2014-2016. ................... 4
Wellcome Trust Massachusetts - Institute of Technology (MIT) Postdoctoral Fellowships. ........................................ 5
BANDI GIÀ SEGNALATI ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
Fiscal Year 2013 (FY13) Defense Appropriations Act- Programmi di finanziamento per la ricerca biomedica. ........... 6
FY13 Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP) ............................................................................................................. 6
FY13 Lung Cancer Research Program (LCRP) ................................................................................................................ 7
FY13 Ovarian Cancer Research Program (OCRP)........................................................................................................... 7
FY13 Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP) .......................................................................................................... 7
FY13 Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP).............................................................................................. 8
AACR Distinguished Lecture on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities, by Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. ............ 9
AACR-Prevent Cancer Foundation Award for Excellence in Cancer Prevention Research.......................................... 10
AIRC -Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro - Fellowships for Italy 2013. .................................................... 11
FIRC -Fondazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro - Fellowships for Italy 2013. ...................................................... 12
FIRC -Fondazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro - Fellowships for Abroad 2013................................................... 13
Travel Grant Best of ASCO Meeting – Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles. ......................................................................... 14
Premio Sapio per la Ricerca Italiana - XIV Edizione. .................................................................................................... 15
FP7-PEOPLE-2013 - Marie Curie Actions - Research Fellowship Programme ............................................................. 16
BANDI SEMPRE APERTI.................................................................................................................................................... 17
Fondazione AIOM (Associazione Italiana Di Oncologia Medica) - Finanziamenti per progetti di ricerca .................. 17
DAAD /ROCHE Diagnostics Postdoctoral Programme ................................................................................................. 17
Sergio Lombroso Fellowships in Cancer Research - Collaborazione scientifica tra Italia e Israele. ............................ 18
GrantsForResearch è il bollettino informativo mensile, a cura del Grant Office della Direzione Scientifica
dell’Istituto Nazionale Tumori IRCCS “Fondazione G. Pascale”, realizzato sulla base di un monitoraggio
delle principali fonti di informazione ufficiali circa le opportunità di finanziamento per la ricerca
scientifica e l’innovazione tecnologica.
Ricordiamo a tutti i ricercatori di informare sempre il Grant Office della propria partecipazione, come
coordinatori o partners, a qualsiasi tipologia di Grants, anche se non segnalati nel bollettino, inviando
la comunicazione per e-mail all’indirizzo: [email protected]
PER INFORMAZIONI:
GRANT OFFICE – Direzione Scientifica
Dr.ssa Maria Luigia Mazzone
Tel: 0815903531
e-mail: [email protected]
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Baxter BioScience Grants Program.
Description
The BioScience Grants program was established to foster advances in scientific research and
medical education. With an emphasis on the patient as a priority, the Grants Program is designed to
support novel therapeutic discoveries. The Grants Team works closely with the regional and global
Medical Affairs teams and cross functional resources in Hemophilia, BioTherapeutics, and
BioSurgery, to critically assess each grant request. Grant proposals demonstrating exceptional
scientific merit and therapeutic alignment are given priority for funding and product awards.

Medical education grants approved by the BioScience Review Committee typically range
from $1,000 to $25,000, but have exceeded $100,000 for requests demonstrating
exceptional educational need, educational design, and compliance to existing regulations
and guidance.
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Research grants approved by the BioScience Review Committee typically range from
$5,000 to $125,000; requests exceeding this amount must demonstrate exceptional
qualities and address critically important medical issues.
Amount
The Baxter BioScience Grants program offers two distinctive grant application types:
 Medical Education Grant Financial assistance provided by Baxter to an independent third
party to support accredited or unaccredited educational symposia, seminars and/or sessions
directed at certified healthcare professionals, where the grant recipient is solely responsible
for developing the content and managing the educational event.
Eligibility
 Investigator Initiated Research Grant
Financial assistance (e.g., money or free Baxter
product) provided by Baxter to an independent third party for the purposes of conducting
research (clinical, in vitro, pre-clinical) intended to benefit patients and the medical and
scientific communities.
 INVESTIGATOR INITIATED RESEARCH TIMELINES:
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
DATES
June 30, 2013
December 31, 2013
REVIEW MEETING DATES
September 2013
February 2014
If your organization's grant request is approved, please be prepared to execute Baxter
Healthcare Corporations Agreement within (60) sixty days of approval notification. Baxter's
grant Agreement must be executed prior to initiation of the study.
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Deadline
MEDICAL EDUCATION TIMELINES:
Medical Education Grant Applications MUST be received at least twelve (12) weeks prior to
the activity date and consistent with our review dates, to be considered eligible for funding.
REVIEW MEETING DATES
July 2013
September 2013
November 2013
If your organization's grant request is approved, please be prepared to enter into Baxter
Healthcare Corporations Agreement within two (2) weeks of approval notification. Baxter's
grant Agreement must be executed prior to the event start date.
Information
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https://www.baxterbiosciencegrants.com/biogrants/researchGrants.jspa
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https://www.baxterbiosciencegrants.com/biogrants/educationGrants.jspa
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Bando per la raccolta di progetti congiunti di ricerca scientifica e tecnologica ItaliaAlgeria 2014-2016.
Descrizione
Nell’ambito dell’Accordo di cooperazione culturale scientifica e tecnologica fra Italia e Algeria, il
Ministero degli Affari Esteri ha pubblicato il bando per la presentazione di progetti congiunti di
ricerca scientifica e tecnologica e per la segnalazione preliminare di progetti di “Grande
Rilevanza”, per il periodo 2014-2016.
Saranno coperti solo i costi degli scambi di ricercatori. Per ogni progetto saranno finanziati una
visita breve (fino a 10 giorni) o una visita di lunga durata (30 giorni) all’anno rispettivamente per
un ricercatore italiano e per un ricercatore algerino.
Budget
La parte italiana sosterrà le spese del viaggio internazionale in Algeria dei ricercatori italiani (o
di nazionalità di un Paese dell’Unione Europea, residenti in Italia) dalla città di partenza a quella di
destinazione, e darà un contributo di 93.00 Euro al giorno per le spese di soggiorno in Italia dei
ricercatori algerini (1300.00 Euro per le visite di 30 giorni e 93.00 Euro al giorno per le visite
brevi).
La parte algerina sosterrà le spese di viaggio internazionale in Italia dei ricercatori algerini e
sosterrà le spese di soggiorno, ristorazione, e trasporto interno in Algeria dei ricercatori italiani (o
di nazionalità di un Paese dell’Unione Europea, residenti in Italia).
1. PROGETTI CONGIUNTI PER LA MOBILITÁ DEI RICERCATORI
Ogni ricercatore può presentare un solo progetto. Il finanziamento sarà erogato solamente per i
progetti di mobilità dei ricercatori e compatibilmente con le risorse finanziarie annuali disponibili
dai rispettivi bilanci dei due Paesi.
Potranno essere presentati i progetti esclusivamente nelle seguenti aree di ricerca:
• Ambiente ed Energia (compreso Siccità, Inquinamento delle Acque, Energie Rinnovabili);
• Scienze della vita (compreso Biotecnologie, Sanità);
• Scienze di base;
• Scienze e tecnologie dell’informazione e della comunicazione (compreso Smart Cities and
Communities);
• Geo-Sismologia;
• Tecnologie applicate alla valorizzazione ed alla conservazione dei beni culturali;
• Agricoltura e scienze dell’alimentazione.
Eleggibilità
Ogni proposta di progetto dovrà essere inviata dal coordinatore italiano e da quello algerino al
rispettivo Ministero del proprio Paese responsabile per l’attuazione del Protocollo Esecutivo di
cooperazione Scientifica e Tecnologica.
I progetti, di durata fino a tre anni, dovranno essere presentati in italiano alla Parte italiana e in
francese alla Parte algerina.
2. SEGNALAZIONE PRELIMINARE DI PROGETTI DI GRANDE RILEVANZA (Ai sensi della L. 401/90)
Nel periodo di validità del Protocollo Esecutivo, da parte italiana e da parte algerina sarà anche
possibile procedere, nei limiti dei fondi disponibili, al co-finanziamento delle spese dell’Unità di
ricerca italiana relative a progetti bilaterali di “Grande Rilevanza” a condizione che questi siano
stati selezionati in occasione del rinnovo del Protocollo Esecutivo.
Il contributo del Ministero degli Affari Esteri italiano deve consiste in un co-finanziamento al
progetto e pertanto è inteso che un rilevante finanziamento al progetto provenga dall’Istituzione
italiana proponente e/o da altre Istituzioni pubbliche/private.
Le procedure per l’assegnazione del suddetto co-finanziamento comprendono due fasi.
Scadenza
Informazioni
2 luglio 2013
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http://www.esteri.it/MAE/IT/Politica_Estera/CooperScientificaTecnologica/AvvisiIncaricoBa
ndi.htm
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Wellcome Trust Massachusetts - Institute of Technology (MIT) Postdoctoral
Fellowships.
This scheme offers opportunities for postdoctoral scientists to undertake research at the
interfaces between biology/medicine and mathematics, engineering, computer, physical or
chemical sciences, firstly at MIT and then at a UK institution.
Description
Candidates will be expected to identify an important biomedical research question and to propose
a personal interdisciplinary training programme to achieve their research aims.
The aim is to support those who will train in a new research area that is complementary to, but
distinct from, their current field of expertise, to enable an interdisciplinary approach to their
research question - e.g. you might be a physicist wanting to work on a biology-based programme,
or a biologist wanting to undertake a bio-engineering project.
The fellowship is for four years full-time, with the fellow based at MIT for two to three years
(Phase 1) before returning to a host institution in the UK for the remainder of the award (Phase 2).
Amount
For Phase 1, the Wellcome Trust will provide a stipend, at a level to be determined by your MIT
faculty sponsor(s), and additional support to cover miscellaneous expenses including travel, health
insurance and small items of equipment. The MIT faculty sponsor(s) will meet all research costs.
For Phase 2, the Wellcome Trust will consider providing an appropriate salary for the fellow,
research expenses (to cover materials and consumables, animals, if justified, and modest
equipment) for the one- to two-year period back in the UK.
These awards are open to individuals with a relevant connection to the European Economic Area.
If you have already spent a year or more training or working in an academic or research institution
in the United States, you are not eligible to apply to this scheme.
You should be about to submit your doctoral thesis or have up to, but no more than, three years’
postdoctoral experience from date of your PhD viva to the deadline for applications to the scheme.
You may have a background in any appropriate field of study (e.g. biology or medicine or chemistry
or physics) but you must propose to address an important biomedical research question.
Eligibility
The proposed research should fall within the Wellcome Trust's normal funding remit.
You will require:
• an MIT faculty sponsor(s) who can guarantee that MIT will meet all your research costs
while you are based in their laboratory, including research expenses and access to
equipment - he/she must have a contract of employment at MIT and have tenure beyond
the duration of the proposed fellowship
• a UK mentor who will provide you with independent support and advice for the duration
of the award.
Resubmissions are not allowed.
Deadline
Information
•
12 July 2013
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Shortlisted candidate interviews: 13-15 November 2013
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http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/Funding/Biomedical-science/Fundingschemes/Fellowships/International-fellowships/WTX054661.htm
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BANDI GIÀ SEGNALATI
Fiscal Year 2013 (FY13) Defense Appropriations Act- Programmi di finanziamento
per la ricerca biomedica.
Description
The Fiscal Year 2013 (FY 2013) Department of Defense Appropriations Act provides research
funding for the following peer reviewed programs managed by the Department of Defense (DoD)
office of Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP):
• Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Research Program - $7.5 million
• Autism Research Program - $6 million
• Bone Marrow Failure Research Program - $3.2 million
• Breast Cancer Research Program - $120 million
• Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Research Program - $3.2 million
• Gulf War Illness Research Program - $20 million
• Lung Cancer Research Program - $10.5 million
• Multiple Sclerosis Research Program - $5 million
• Neurofibromatosis Research Program - $15 million
• Ovarian Cancer Research Program - $20 million
• Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program - $15 million
• Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program - $50 million
• Peer Reviewed Orthopaedic Research Program - $30 million
• Prostate Cancer Research Program - $80 million
• Spinal Cord Injury Research Program - $30 million
• Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Research Program - $6 million
Each Program Announcement may be downloaded from the Grants.gov website
(http://www.grants.gov), the CDMRP website (http://cdmrp.army.mil), and the CDMRP eReceipt
website (https://cdmrp.org) upon its release.
All pre-applications must be submitted electronically to the CDMRP eReceipt System
https://cdmrp.org. Full applications must be submitted electronically to the Grants.gov website
http://grants.gov.
For more information about the CDMRP, previous awardees and Program Announcements please
visit the website at http://cdmrp.army.mil.
FY13 Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP)
AWARD
MECHANISM
Postdoctoral
Fellowship Award
Era of Hope Scholar
Award
Innovator Award
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
LINK
Pre-Application (Letter of Intent): June 18, 2013
Confidential Letters of Recommendation Submission Deadline:
July 2, 2013
Application: July 2, 2013
Pre-Application (Letter of Intent): June 18, 2013
Confidential Letters of Recommendation Submission Deadline:
July 2, 2013
Application: July 2, 2013
Pre-Application (Nomination): June 25, 2013
Confidential Letters of Recommendation Submission Deadline:
September 25, 2013
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• BCRP Home Page
• Synopsis of FY13 BCRP
Award Mechanisms (PDF) - provides a brief
description and key
elements of the award
mechanism.
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(New for FY13!)
Breakthrough Award
Application: September 25, 2013
Pre-Application (Preproposal Narrative Form): June 25, 2013
Application: September 25, 2013
FY13 Lung Cancer Research Program (LCRP)
AWARD MECHANISM
Idea Development Award
Career Development Award
Clinical Exploration Award
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Pre-Application (Preproposal): June 20, 2013
Preproposal is required; Application submission is
by invitation only.
Application: October 16, 2013
Pre-Application (Preproposal): June 20, 2013
Preproposal is required; Application submission is
by invitation only.
Application: October 16, 2013
Pre-Application (Preproposal): July 9, 2013
Preproposal is required; Application submission is
by invitation only.
Application: October 16, 2013
LINK
• LCRP Home Page
• Synopsis of FY13 LCRP Award
Mechanisms- (PDF) provides a brief description
and key elements of the
award mechanism.
FY13 Ovarian Cancer Research Program (OCRP)
AWARD MECHANISM
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Clinical Translational Leverage
Award
Pre-Application: June 21, 2013
Application: September 11, 2013
Resource Development Award
Pre-Application: June 21, 2013
Application: September 11, 2013
LINK
• OCRP Home Page
• Synopsis of FY13 OCRP
Award Mechanisms- (PDF) provides a brief description
and key elements of the
award mechanism.
FY13 Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP)
AWARD MECHANISM
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Biomarker Development Award
(Modified!)
Pre-Application (Preproposal): June 19, 2013
Application: October 9, 2013
Idea Development Award
Pre-Application (Preproposal): June 19, 2013
Application: October 2, 2013
Laboratory - Clinical Transition
Award
Pre-Application (Preproposal): June 19, 2013
Application: October 9, 2013
Synergistic Idea Development
Award
Pre-Application (Preproposal): June 19, 2013
Application: October 9, 2013
Transformative Impact Award
(Modified!)
Pre-Application (Preproposal): June 19, 2013
Application: October 9, 2013
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LINK
• PCRP Home Page
• Synopsis of FY13 PCRP
Award Mechanisms(PDF) - provides a brief
description and key
elements of the award
mechanism.
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FY13 Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP)
AWARD MECHANISM
Career Development Award
Idea Award with Special
Focus
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Pre-Application (Preproposal): July 16, 2013
Preproposal is required; Application submission is by
invitation only.
Application: October 22, 2013
Pre-Application (Preproposal): July 16, 2013
Preproposal is required; Application submission is by
invitation only.
Application: October 22, 2013
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LINK
• PRCRP Home Page
• Synopsis of FY13 PRCRP
Award Mechanisms - (PDF)
- provides a brief
description and key
elements of the award
mechanism.
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AACR Distinguished Lecture on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities, funded by
Susan G. Komen for the Cure®.
Description
The AACR Distinguished Lecture on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities, funded by Susan G.
Komen for the Cure®, recognizes an investigator whose novel and significant work has had or may
have a far-reaching impact on the etiology, detection, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of cancer
health disparities.
Amount
The recipient of the award will receive a $5,000 honorarium and present a 45-minute lecture at the
Sixth Annual AACR Conference on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic
Minorities and the Medically Underserved. The conference will be held December 6-9, 2013, in
Atlanta, GA.
 All cancer researchers who are affiliated with any institution involved in cancer research,
cancer medicine or cancer-related biomedical science anywhere in the world may be
nominated. Such institutions include those in academia, industry or government.
Eligibility
 The award will be presented to an individual investigator. Institutions or organizations are
not eligible for the award.
Deadline
Nominations must be emailed to [email protected] by 4:00 p.m. United States Eastern Time on
Thursday, June 20, 2013.
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http://www.aacr.org/home/scientists/scientific-achievement-awards/distinguished-lecture-oncancer-health-disparities.aspx
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Program Guidelines and Nomination Instructions
Information
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AACR-Prevent Cancer Foundation Award for Excellence in Cancer Prevention
Research.
Description
The AACR and the Prevent Cancer Foundation are pleased to co-sponsor this major international
award in recognition of outstanding cancer prevention research. The AACR-Prevent Cancer
Foundation Award for Excellence in Cancer Prevention Research is given to a scientist residing in any
country in the world for his or her seminal contributions to the field of cancer prevention. Such
investigations must have been conducted in basic, translational, clinical, epidemiological, or
behavioral science in cancer prevention research. Further, these studies must have had not only a
major impact on the field, but must also have stimulated new directions in this important area.
Amount
The recipient of the award will receive a $5,000 honorarium, present a 50-minute lecture at the
12th Annual AACR International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research. The
conference will be held October 27-30, 2013, in National Harbor, MD. Support will be given to the
recipient and a guest to attend the conference.
 All cancer researchers who are affiliated with any institution involved in cancer research,
cancer medicine, or cancer-related biomedical science anywhere in the world are eligible.
Such institutions include those in academia, industry, or government.
Eligibility
 The award will be presented to an individual investigator. Institutions or organizations are
not eligible for the award.
 Candidates must currently maintain an active research program, have a record of recent
publications, and be able to present the award lecture at the conference.
Deadline
Nominations must be submitted online at https://proposalcentral.altum.com by 4:00 p.m. United
States Eastern Time on Thursday, June 20, 2013.
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http://www.aacr.org/home/scientists/scientific-achievement-awards/prevent-canceraward.aspx
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Program Guidelines and Nomination Instructions
Information
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AIRC -Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro - Fellowships for Italy 2013.
Description
The Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro (AIRC) will award a total of 19 Fellowships in
cancer research to highly qualified young graduates and/or post-doctoral fellows or equivalent
who wish to broaden or acquire new experience in oncological research in a cancer-focused
laboratory.
Financial support must be requested through the Budget form of the online form.
Amount
Make a reasonable request: reviewers will be instructed to determine if the budget proposed is
realistic for a fellow with your level of experience in the country/town where you are planning
to go.
Travel must be in economy class and with the lowest fare possible. Please note that fellowships
are not tax-exempt: revenues taxes will be deducted.
At the deadline for application submission, for any type of fellowship the following eligibility
criteria must be met:
•
applicants must have a degree in Medicine, Biological Sciences, Pharmacy, Chemistry
and Pharmaceutical Technology, Medical Statistics, Medical Biotechnologies or other
scientific disciplines, provided that the focus of the proposed research plan in the
application is cancer;
•
the degree should be an Italian laurea magistralis, i.e. 5-6 years of undergraduate
degree, or an equivalent non Italian degree (candidates who only have a “laurea breve”
are not eligible), and it should have been attained after December 31, 2006. Exceptions
are allowed only in case of research interruptions due to parental leave, children care,
illness.
Eligibility
Additional eligibility criteria for applicant are set out in AIRC Call for proposals: AIRC Call for
Proposals Fellowships for ITALY
•
The hosting institution must be a non-profit research institution (possible revenues
must be reinvested in research activities) in Italy, with the mission to develop
biomedical research and to disseminate its results.
Deadline
24 Jun 2013
Information
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AIRC Call for Proposals Fellowships for ITALY
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FIRC -Fondazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro - Fellowships for Italy 2013.
Description
The Fondazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro (FIRC) will award a total of 46 Fellowships in
cancer research to highly qualified young graduates and/or post-doctoral fellows or equivalent who
wish to broaden or acquire new experience in oncological research in a cancer-focused laboratory.
Financial support must be requested through the Budget form of the online form.
Amount
Make a reasonable request: reviewers will be instructed to determine if the budget proposed is
realistic for a fellow with your level of experience in the country/town where you are planning to go.
Travel must be in economy class and with the lowest fare possible. Please note that fellowships are
not tax-exempt: revenues taxes will be deducted.
At the deadline for application submission, for any type of fellowship the following eligibility criteria
must be met:
• applicants must have a degree in Medicine, Biological Sciences, Pharmacy, Chemistry and
Pharmaceutical Technology, Medical Statistics, Medical Biotechnologies or other scientific
disciplines, provided that the focus of the proposed research plan in the application is cancer;
• the degree should be an Italian laurea magistralis, i.e. 5-6 years of undergraduate degree, or
an equivalent non Italian degree (candidates who only have a “laurea breve” are not eligible),
and it should have been attained after December 31, 2006. Exceptions are allowed only in
case of research interruptions due to parental leave, children care, illness.
Eligibility
Additional eligibility criteria for applicant are set out in FIRC Call for proposals (FIRC Call for
Proposals Fellowships for ITALY)
The hosting institution must be a non-profit research institution (possible revenues must be
reinvested in research activities) in Italy, with the mission to develop biomedical research and to
disseminate its results.
Deadline
24 Jun 2013
Information
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FIRC Call for Proposals Fellowships for ITALY
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FIRC -Fondazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro - Fellowships for Abroad 2013.
Description
The Fondazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro (FIRC) will award one-year Fellowships in cancer
research to highly qualified young graduates and/or post-doctoral fellows or equivalent who wish to
broaden or acquire new experience in oncological research in a cancer-focused laboratory abroad.
Financial support must be requested through the Budget form of the online form.
Amount
Make a reasonable request: reviewers will be instructed to determine if the budget proposed is
realistic for a fellow with your level of experience in the country/town where you are planning to go.
Travel must be in economy class and with the lowest fare possible. Please note that fellowships are
not tax-exempt: revenues taxes will be deducted.
•
applicants must have a degree in Medicine, Biological Sciences, Pharmacy, Chemistry and
Pharmaceutical Technology, Medical Statistics, Medical Biotechnologies or other scientific
disciplines, provided that the focus of the proposed research plan in the application is
cancer;
•
the degree should be an Italian laurea magistralis, i.e. 5-6 years of undergraduate degree,
or an equivalent non Italian degree (candidates who only have a “laurea breve” are not
eligible), and it should have been attained after December 31, 2006 (for clinicians, after
December 31, 2004). Exceptions are allowed only in case of research interruptions due to
parental leave, children care, illness.
•
The hosting institution must be a non-profit research institution (possible revenues must
be reinvested in research activities), with the mission to develop biomedical research and to
disseminate its results. The hosting institution must be located outside of Italy.
Eligibility
Deadline
24 Jun 2013
Information
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FIRC call for Proposals - Fellowship for ABROAD
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Travel Grant Best of ASCO Meeting – Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles.
Description
ASCO is pleased to offer financial support for ASCO Members in Training* to attend the 2013 Best of
ASCO Meeting (Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles).
*ASCO Members in Training membership is free for oncology fellows and oncology residents. To
join ASCO, submit a membership application.
This travel grant is a reimbursement award (up to $600) to assist with expenses associated with
attending the Meeting, including:
Amount
•
the registration fee
•
coach airfare
•
hotel accommodations
•
modest meals
•
transportation to and from the meeting site
To apply for the travel grant
Eligibility
Deadline
1.
Register for the Best of ASCO
2.
At the end of online registration, select “Apply for Travel Grant”; this will allow you to
submit a letter of recommendation from your Program Director and a copy of your CV.
July 10, 2013 at 11:59 PM (EDT)
Travel Grant Information:
Information
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http://boa.asco.org/travel-grant-information (Chicago)
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http://boa.asco.org/travel-grant-information-1 (Boston)
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http://boa.asco.org/travel-grant-information-0 (Los Angeles)
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Premio Sapio per la Ricerca Italiana - XIV Edizione.
Descrizione
Il Gruppo Sapio, in accordo con diversi Centri di Ricerca ed Università, istituisce il Premio Sapio per
la Ricerca Italiana per l’anno 2013 con lo scopo di favorire la ricerca in campo scientifico,
tecnologico e socio economico, per il progresso civile e sociale.
I premi sono riservati a rilevanti contributi, anche interdisciplinari, per l’avanzamento della ricerca
in campo tecnico-scientifico e socioeconomico. Tali risultati devono essere conseguiti nel corso del
triennio precedente alla data di pubblicazione del bando di concorso e devono essere stati svolti ed
aver apportato concreti risultati negli ambiti di riferimento.
Le candidature al Premio devono essere presentate e garantite da:
Eleggibilità
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Presidenti e Soci effettivi delle maggiori Accademie;
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Presidi di Facoltà, Direttori di Dipartimento, Professori delle discipline oggetto delle
ricerche candidate o di discipline affini, appartenenti ad Università e Politecnici;
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Direttori di Istituti e Centri di Ricerca;
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Dirigenti di centri di ricerca aziendali;
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Dirigenti d’azienda.
Non saranno prese in considerazione autocandidature. Possono essere accettate candidature già
presentate nelle passate edizioni.
Per la 14esima edizione del Premio sono assegnati 3 premi, ciascuno per un importo in denaro pari
a 15.000 Euro, suddivisi in 3 sezioni:
Budget
Scadenza
Informazioni
1.
Sezione Medicina, Biotecnologie e Salute
Il Premio viene conferito a un ricercatore impegnato nell’ambito sanità, biotecnologie,
salute e sociale.
2.
Sezione Industria
Il Premio viene assegnato a un ricercatore impegnato nella Ricerca applicata.
3.
Sezione Junior
Il Premio viene assegnato a un ricercatore che non abbia ancora compiuto il 36° anno
d’età al 31/12/2013 e che si sia contraddistinto per attività di Ricerca nel nostro Paese
oppure in un Paese straniero purché dimostri che nel frattempo è rientrato in Italia o che
rientrerà entro il 31/12/2013 per continuare i suoi studi nel nostro Paese.
In questa sezione sono ammessi tutti gli ambiti della Ricerca.
31 luglio 2013
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http://www.premiosapio.it/2011/pagine/dynamic_art.php?id=11&table_name=2012_news
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FP7-PEOPLE-2013 - Marie Curie Actions - Research Fellowship Programme
Nell’ambito del programma FP7-PEOPLE-2013 la Commissione europea invita a presentare proposte
per le Marie Curie Actions, i bandi per la formazione continua e lo sviluppo della carriera dei
ricercatori.
Descrizione
Si tratta di tre diverse tipologie:
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borse intraeuropee per lo sviluppo della carriera (Intra-European Fellowships for Career
Development - IEF);
borse internazionali in uscita per lo sviluppo della carriera (International Outgoing
Fellowships for Career Development - IOF);
borse internazionali di accoglienza (International Incoming Fellowships - IIF).
FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IOF: borse di studio internazionali per ricercatori che si recano
all'estero
Azione diretta ad aumentare la dimensione internazionale della carriera dei ricercatori
europei dando loro l'opportunità di essere formati e di acquisire nuove conoscenze in
un'organizzazione di ricerca di elevato livello in un paese terzo.
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FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IIF: borse di studio internazionali per ricercatori provenienti
dall'estero
Azione che intende rinforzare l'eccellenza scientifica degli stati membri e associati
attraverso la condivisione della conoscenza con ricercatori provenienti da paesi terzi.
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FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IEF: borse di studio intraeuropee
Azione che mira a sostenere lo sviluppo di carriera di ricercatori europei con esperienza
dando loro l'opportunità di acquisire nuove conoscenze in un'organizzazione di ricerca di
elevato livello in un altro paese europeo
Scadenza
14 agosto 2013.
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Informazioni
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FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IOF:
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Marie Curie Actions International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF)
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Call fiche IOF 2013
FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IIF:
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Marie Curie Actions International Incoming Fellowships (IIF)
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Call fiche IIF 2013
FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IEF:
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Intra-European Fellowships for career development (IEF)
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Call Fiche IEF 2013
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BANDI SEMPRE APERTI
Fondazione AIOM (Associazione Italiana Di Oncologia Medica) - Finanziamenti per
progetti di ricerca
Descrizione
La Fondazione AIOM si propone di promuovere, favorire e sostenere la ricerca clinica indipendente
nell’ambito della prevenzione, diagnosi e cura di tutte le patologie di interesse oncologico.
I progetti, di durata preferibilmente annuale, dovranno riguardare argomenti di ricerca spontanea
NON sponsorizzata da aziende farmaceutiche o industrie elettromedicali.
Al momento della stipula della convenzione Fondazione AIOM erogherà il 50% della somma
assegnata, dopo 6 mesi il 35%, ed al termine della Ricerca il restante 15%.
Budget
La seconda e terza trance verranno erogate solamente dopo presentazione scritta dello stato di
avanzamento della ricerca da parte del Responsabile Scientifico e conferma scritta delle spese
sostenute da parte del Responsabile Amministrativo della Istituzione di appartenenza.
Eliggibilità
Gli associati AIOM in regola con il pagamento della quota associativa
Informazioni
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http://www.fondazioneaiom.it/default2.asp?active_page_id=763
DAAD /ROCHE Diagnostics Postdoctoral Programme
Descrizione
Il DAAD e la Roche Diagnostics GmbH offrono borse per coprire posti di ricerca avanzata presso il
centro di biotecnologie di Penzberg nelle vicinanze di Monaco di Baviera, una delle sedi di ricerca più
rinomate in Europa. Le borse di ricerca sono accessibili a tutti i giovani e brillanti ricercatori post-doc
provenienti da Paesi UE, Stati Uniti e Canada.
Budget
L’importo mensile della borsa è pari a 2.250 euro (sono possibili integrazioni di borsa per vincitori
sposati). La borsa comprende: Copertura dei costi di viaggio a/r dalla sede di provenienza del
candidato alla sede di svolgimento della borsa; Assicurazione cumulativa a copertura dei rischi di
malattia, infortunio e responsabilità civile verso terzi; Corso di lingua tedesca (sulla base del livello di
conoscenze pregresse); sostegno nella ricerca di un alloggio.
DESTINATARI: Giovani post-doc di eccellente profilo scientifico per i quali un’esperienza di ricerca in
ambito industriale costituisca un importante passo nella qualificazione della propria carriera
professionale. I candidati dovranno avere conoscenze in almeno uno dei seguenti ambiti disciplinari:
chimica, biochimica, biologia molecolare, biologia cellulare, bioinformatica, biotecnologie, Protein
Engineering, Immunologia, Oncologia, In-vivo Imaging.
Eliggibilità
SETTORI DISCIPLINARI: Scienze diagnostiche, con particolare attenzione ai seguenti settori di
ricerca: ‘Antibody generation and optimization; Biacore for thermodynamics; Cellular analytics;
Expression systems Immune effector cell recruitment; Mass Spectrometry/HPLC; New optical
detection principles; Non-invasive imaging technologies; Novel label conjugates; Novel methods for
immunogen synthesis; Nucleic acid chemistry/Peptide chemistry; Organic chemistry of dyes and
solid phases; Pharmacological testing; Protein purification, analytics and chemistry; Recombinant
proteins/antibodies; Stem cells; Target identification/validation’.
DURATA: Le borse coprono un periodo di ricerca della durata di un anno (con una possibile proroga
di 12 mesi).
Informazioni
http://www.daad-rom.org/it/17599/index.html
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Sergio Lombroso Fellowships in Cancer Research - Collaborazione scientifica tra
Italia e Israele.
Descrizione
Il PROGRAMMA SERGIO LOMBROSO ha come obiettivo promuovere la ricerca sul cancro e favorire i
rapporti di collaborazione scientifica, in tale campo, tra Italia e Israele, attraverso il prestigioso
Istituto Scientifico Weizmann in Israele. A tal fine è stato costituito un fondo i cui interessi sono
destinati a finanziare annualmente un Premio Internazionale e un programma di Borse di Studio per
sostenere la ricerca sul cancro.
Le Borse di studio sono destinate a ricercatori italiani che mirano ad approfondire la ricerca sul
cancro presso l’Istituto Weizmann
 Dottorato o PhD Studies.
Compenso annuo di circa 17000 $
Budget
 Post-dottorato.
Compenso annuo di circa $ 22500 per studi di post-dottorato e biglietto A/R Italia e Israele.
 Visiting Student e Visiting Scientist
Il compenso viene concordato in funzione della qualifica e del programma di ricerca
Tipo di ricerca
Ricerche su espressione di oncogeni, geni onco-soppressori, apoptosi, controllo del ciclo cellulare,
traduzione di segnale, terapia genica, terapia immunologia, altri campi di ricerca da concordare.
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Visiting Student
Sono aperte a: candidati iscritti all’ultimo anno Accademico del Corso di Laurea, a un Ente di
Ricerca Pubblico o a candidati iscritti al corso di dottorato in Italia, che hanno concordato
un soggiorno di 6 o 12 mesi presso l’Istituto Weizmann.
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Dottorato o PhD Studies.
Il bando è aperto a candidati in possesso di M.Sc. o M.D.
La durata è max fino a quattro anni e mezzo. Il programma viene scelto tra quelli in corso di
attuazione presso l’Istituto Weizman.
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Post-dottorato.
Il programma è aperto ai candidati in possesso di PhD o titolo
equivalente. (entro i due anni dal conseguimento del titolo)
La durata e il programma è fino a due anni
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Visiting Scientist
Sono rivolte a ricercatori senior (con più di 5 anni di esperienza nel campo della ricerca).
La durata e il programma di soggiorno vengono concordati con i Capi Progetto del
Weizmann Institute.
Eleggibilità
Informazioni
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http://www.fgs.org.il/en/article.php?id=236
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http://www.sergiolombroso.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=4
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