This opportunity will be available soon. The next call is expected to open in May 2020. The following information is subject to change.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society invites applications for its career development programme. This supports scientists researching questions of direct relevance to haematological malignancies and pre-malignant conditions. The programme offers the opportunity to take part in basic, clinical or translational research. The following awards are available based on the applicants level of experience:
- the scholar award, worth USD 120,000 per year for five years, is for scholars conducting research in the field of haematological malignancies who hold an independent faculty-level or equivalent position and have obtained substantial support from a national agency;
- the scholar in clinical research award, worth USD 125,000 per year for five years, is for investigators who hold any permanent, independent clinical faculty-level appointment and who are not on a laboratory-based, tenured-track career path and who are conducting independent applied research involving patients;
- the fellow award, worth USD 60,000 per year for three years, is for investigators who have less than two and a half years of postdoctoral research training to undertake an academic career involving clinical or fundamental research in haematological malignancies under a research sponsor’s direction.
US citizens, non-US citizens and people conducting research outside the US may apply. Applicants must hold a PhD, MD or DVM degree.