The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute Research Training and Education core invites applications for travel grants. Travel grants are being offered to publicize the research of our member laboratories to a larger scientific community and to facilitate networking with other leaders in their research fields. Travel grant funds can be utilized to cover expenses, including lodging, conference fees, airfare and other travel-associated expenses. Eligible applicants include Cancer Institute member faculty, as well as post-doctoral fellows, medical students and graduate students in WPRCI member laboratories. Priority will be given to junior investigators and/or those presenting a poster or oral presentation. Travel and conferences must be directly related to the topic of cancer.
Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities (GMaP)
Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities (GMaP) Region 2 is a federally funded program to support underrepresented scholars (NIH definition) pursuing cancer research and all scholars pursuing Cancer Health disparities research. Awards are for up to $2,000 and eligible candidates include ESI junior faculty, post-docs, graduate students, medical students.