The Harper Cancer Research Institute (HCRI) is pleased to
announce the availability of two (2) community partnership grants in support of
a local cancer-related education or prevention project. Each grant is worth
$2,500. These funds come with support from HCRI. Assistance from HCRI may
include but is not limited to, research, evaluation or community support.
Proposals may include a new or existing program improvement,
opportunity to increase participation or utilization, an educational
opportunity or a new partnership with another organization. The overall goal of
the proposal is to make an impact in the fight against cancer.
HCRI will only fund projects that are aligned with the University’s
Catholic Mission, including protection of human life and dignity.
Applicants: Any nonprofit organization
within St. Joseph County, Indiana
- Number of
Due: September 29, 2017
Award Date: November 1, 2017
South Bend, Indiana, HCRI researchers are dedicated to conducting innovative
and integrative research that confronts the complex challenges of cancer. From
common malignancies to rare and recalcitrant cancers, researchers at the
University of Notre Dame and Indiana University School of Medicine – South Bend
are united in multi-disciplinary teams with a common goal: to increases the
survival of all patients diagnosed with cancer.
- Willingness to participate with HCRI and/or
Community Engagement Steering Committee regarding cancer-related grant topic.
- Present methodology and/or result poster at the
HCRI Research Day in April 2018.
- Final Report within 60 days of your project’s
PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE SUBMITTING
Application Deadline and Start Date:
are due by 11:59 p.m. EDT on September 29, 2017
- Estimated Award Announcement Date: November 1, 2017
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- Applicant (Project Leader/Main Contact) name, organization, position/title, email
name(s), organization(s), position(s)/title(s), email(s)
Proposal (2 page maximum) should include:
- A synopsis
of the proposed project: include the background of the project, relevance
to cancer, targeted population, broad objectives and specific aims, and a
brief overview of the design and methods
brief overview of the organization(s) involved in the proposal (no more
than one paragraph)
brief biography on the team leader and collaborating members and their
involvement in the proposal (if applicable)
brief overview of how the money will be used (big picture)