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Taub Foundation Grants Program for MDS Research

The Taub Foundation Grants Program for Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) Research was created to support high-impact, innovative translational research to understand the underlying causes of MDS and to advance its treatment and prevention. The Program specifically focuses on MDS research, exclusive of AML and MPN. Studies focusing on molecular genetics, epigenetics, splicing factors, stem cells, the microenvironment and novel therapeutic targets relevant to MDS are encouraged.

Three-year awards of $600,000 ($200,000 per year, inclusive of 10% indirect costs) will be made to independent investigators working in non-profit, non-governmental academic, medical, or research institutions within the United States. Collaborative efforts are encouraged.

The Program is a two-step proposal process. Applicants submit an Initial Proposal by the designated deadline. Selected applicants will be invited for Full Proposals, due in mid-August.  Funding begins on November 1, 2015.

Please download the Initial Proposal Guidelines and Application Instructions (right) for further information.

Use the following links to access the Initial Online Application:

Begin a New Online Application:
https://www.GrantRequest.com/SID_738?SA=SNA&FID=35073

Return to a Saved Online Application:
https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_738?SA=AM

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Last updated on Wednesday, January 07 at 3:54 pm
Initial Proposal Deadline:
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 
at 12:00 Noon
U.S. Eastern Standard Time (EST) 

Invited Full Proposal Deadline:
Friday, August 14, 2015

Funding Begins:
November 1, 2015
Erin Johnstone Erin Johnstone
Program Officer
617.279.2240 ext. 710

Bio
Erin Johnstone Ms. Johnstone manages several grant programs and all pre- and post-award activity, including the organization of review committees, award recipient scientific meetings, award payments and tracking of program funds. Additional skills include database management, online application development, and the utilization of technology to track grant submissions and reports. Prior to joining The Medical Foundation division, she coordinated six regional and national grant programs for the New England Foundation for the Arts and managed research applications and awards for 10 departments and two centers in the Office of Research at Boston University’s Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. Ms. Johnstone holds a Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Management from Boston University.

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