The Student Training and Research in Tumor Immunology (STaRT) grant program attracts bright young minds to rewarding careers as cancer immunologists by funding graduate studies in tumor immunology at top universities.
The CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship Program furthers career development and supports advanced laboratory research for promising postdoctoral fellows working under the mentorship of world-class immunologists and tumor immunologists.
Translational Research Grants
Clinic and Laboratory Integration Program (CLIP) grants provide catalytic support for translational laboratory studies designed to answer new scientific questions that arise in the clinic, with special focus on improving immunotherapy for cancer patients.
Investigator Awards provide bridging grants to assistant professors undertaking their first independent investigations in basic and tumor immunology and are designed to provide flexibility and stability while they establish their laboratories.
Designated grants support research projects and public education initiatives for which donors have specifically raised funds.
Funding initiatives that provide comprehensive treatment information for patients, education for those at risk, and free cancer screenings.