Intramural grant mechanisms are awarded each year.
- The Young Investigator Awards, given out annually, are sponsored by the American Cancer Society (ACS) to provide funding for the initiation of promising new projects by junior faculty members so they can obtain preliminary results. The goal it to enable them to compete successfully for national research grants.
- The purpose of the CCSG Developmental Funds Award is to encourage synergy among investigators, both within and across programs, and to foster new collaborations. Funded by the National Cancer Institute through Georgetown Lombardi's Core Grant, the focus is on team science.
- The CCSB U54 Awards are designed to support pilot research programs in areas relevant to the goals of Georgetown Lombardi's CCSB.
- The Nina Hyde Center for Breast Cancer Research grants funds to novel basic science, clinical epidemiologic or behavioral research projects that directly support the advancement of breast cancer research at Georgetown Lombardi.
- The Fisher Center Pilot Grant Award is designed to fund novel basic science, clinical, epidemiologic or behavioral research projects which directly support the mission of the Fisher Center.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2011/2012 ACS Young Investigator, CCSG Developmental Funding, The Center for Cancer Systems Biology U54 , Nina Hyde Center For Breast Cancer Research, and The Fisher Center Pilot Grant Awards!