Central to the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute’s mission of advancing bladder cancer care is funding research projects that help advance the state of science and clinical practice in bladder cancer.
Through our annual grant program — made possible by the generous gift from the Greenberg family and a co-investment from The Johns Hopkins University, as well as our partnership with the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network — the institute funds young investigators, conducts outreach to recruit new projects and talent, and leverages existing resources and expertise.
Grants of $35,000 to $50,000 are awarded in the research areas of cancer genetics, immunotherapy, biomarkers, targeted therapy, pioneering studies, and patient care, prevention and screening.
Read about the promising bladder cancer research projects we’ve already funded:
- 2017 Grant Recipients
- 2016 Grant Recipients
- 2015 Grant Recipients
- 2014 Grant Recipients
- How Bladder Cancer Affects Women: The Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute recently awarded research grants to four projects focused on understanding how treatment of bladder cancer affects women, why the disease has a less favorable outcome for women than men, and how biology could play a role in offering new targets for cancer therapy. Read more about these projects.