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Research and Discovery
A fund for cancer research has been established that spans bench to bedside research interests at Johns Hopkins and Allegheny Health Network.
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Quality and Safety
Kimmel Cancer Center experts will provide continuing medical education opportunities for AHN physicians and allied health professionals, including monthly grand rounds and allied health presentations delivered by Johns Hopkins staff onsite at an AHN facility. AHN physicians and allied health professionals will also have the opportunity to participate in clinical observerships at Johns Hopkins.
Research and Discovery
As part of the collaboration, a fund for cancer research has been established that spans bench to bedside research interests at Johns Hopkins and Allegheny Health Network. Research will focus on basic, translational, clinical and population studies that aim to reveal cancer triggers and treatments, develop clinical trials of new treatments, and quality of life and survival outcomes research. Johns Hopkins and AHN physicians/scientists, researchers and other health professionals are eligible to apply for research grants focused on cancer discovery and patient care. More information, including eligibility and grant requirements, are available through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each application requires a Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center member or AHN researcher as PI or Co-PI. There is a limit of one application per Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center member or AHN researcher as PI or Co-PI. Applications that propose collaborations between the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and AHN researchers will be favorably received.
No. Applications are welcome that focus on a specific cancer type or that address issues that span features that are common across multiple cancers. Applications that have the potential to bring new approaches and expertise to bear on important problems in cancer research will be favorably received.
No. Neither scores nor comments will be returned to applicants.
The budget should describe in one page or less how funds would be distributed among personnel, supplies, and equipment. Faculty salaries can be included or excluded at the preference of the applicant. Budgets can be proposed that should include direct costs per year, for up to two years. No indirect costs can be included.
No. Hopkins-AHN awards must propose aims that are distinct from other funded projects. This will be assessed on a Just In Time basis by Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center staff following review and prior to the final announcement of Awards.