The Prevent Cancer Foundation supports research grants and fellowships for cancer prevention and early detection and community grants for cancer screening or education projects on the local level. For both, the application process is competitive, and proposals are assessed through an external peer review. Learn more about the Community Grants program.
Since 1985, our peer-reviewed grants have been awarded to nearly 450 early-career scientists from more than 150 of the leading academic medical centers nationwide. The grants and fellowships selection process utilizes a research proposal review system similar to that of the National Institutes of Health.
Research proposals are reviewed by members of a distinguished Scientific Review Panel. Members of the panel are drawn from outstanding institutions such as:
The Foundation supports research that demonstrates potential for impact on cancer prevention. The Foundation defines cancer prevention as the “reduction of cancer incidence through research, education and early detection”.
Our 2016 grants and fellowships cycle is now open. Please see our FAQ and guidelines for more information on how to apply
Review the guidelines below for information on the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s 2016 Research Grant and Fellowship Program.
Applicants must submit proposals electronically through proposalCENTRAL, an electronic grant submission system provided by Altum, Inc. in addition to mailing a hard copy.
If you have any difficulties registering, logging in, or creating your application, contact proposalCENTRAL Customer Support immediately: phone: 1-800-875-2562 or 703-964-5840, and/or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org