Foundation / Corporation
National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF)
08/01/22 11:59 PM EST
Fellowships of up to $52,000 to USA individuals affiliated with IHEs, hospitals, labs, and government agencies for research on bleeding disorders. Applicants must submit a letter of intent prior to submitting a full proposal. The purpose of this program is to support pre-clinical or basic science research on the genetic, hematologic, or biochemical aspects of hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, or other inherited bleeding disorders. Other topics might include focus on joint disease/orthopedics, women’s health, or other therapeutic modalities pertaining to bleeding disorders. Candidates for the JGP Postdoctoral Research Fellowship must have completed doctoral training and be enrolled or will be enrolled in a doctoral, postdoctoral, internship or residency training program at the time of award disbursement.
Judith Graham Pool (JGP) Postdoctoral Research Fellowships have provided a long legacy of support for basic science and pre-clinical research in bleeding disorders. Since the program's inception, NHF has funded numerous scientists whose projects have produced vital insights into hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. JGP research fellowship award projects have contributed to the development of safer concentrates, enhanced methods of testing and screening, and have laid the groundwork for current advances in gene therapy for hemophilia.
GrantWatch ID#: 193811
NHF will award up to $52,000/year
Up to two years
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit letters of intent by email to:
Research Grants Administrator
Direct questions to Samantha Carlson at the contact information listed above or:
Michelle L. Witkop
Vice President, Research Strategy
A copy of NHF's Research Grant Policies may requested by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Hemophilia Foundation
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