Awards and Grants Opportunities
The goals of the Awards and Grants Program are to foster laboratory, patient-centered and social-behavioral research designed to prevent and relieve the suffering associated with all lung diseases and corresponding risk factors and to fund researchers at important crossroads of their careers to gain long-term commitment to lung disease research.
- Lung Cancer Discovery Award: $100,000/yr.
- LUNG FORCE Research Innovation Project: Lung Cancer in Women Award: $133,350/yr.
- American Lung Association / AAAAI Foundation Allergic Respiratory Diseases Award: $75,000/yr.
- Biomedical Research Grant: $40,000/yr.
- Clinical Patient Care Research Grant: $40,000/yr.
- Dalsemer Research Grant: $40,000/yr.
- Social-Behavioral Research Grant: $40,000/yr.
- Lung Health Dissertation Grant: $21,000/yr.
- Senior Research Training Fellowship: $32,500/yr.
Application materials are available through proposal CENTRAL.
It is strongly recommended that applicants thoroughly read the Program Descriptions to determine eligibility for an award and Application Guidelines to ensure accurate preparation of an application.
- August 2015: Applicants are invited to submit grant applications
- October 1, 2015: Lung Cancer Discovery Award (LCD) LOI Due; Cure Lung Cancer in Women LOI Due
- November 2015: LOI outcomes emailed to prospective applicants
- December 15, 2015: Awards and Grants Applications Due - see ProposalCENTRAL for specific deadlines.
- March 2016: Peer Review Committee Meetings
- May/June 2016: Outcome notifications emailed to applicants
- July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017: Award Period
While eligibility varies by award type, the following requirements apply to all grants:
- Candidates must be U.S. citizens or foreign nationals holding one of the following visa immigration statuses:
- permanent resident (Green Card),
- exchange visitor (J-1),
- temporary worker in a specialty occupation (H-1B),
- Canadian or Mexican citizen engaging in professional activities (TN),
- Australians in Specialty Occupation (E-3 visa)
- temporary worker with extraordinary abilities in the sciences (O-1)
- Lung Health Dissertation applicants may hold a student (F-1) visa.
- Candidates must be employed by a U.S. not-for-profit institution.
- Candidates are only allowed to submit 1 application per review cycle. Applicants who apply for more than one grant or award will forfeit any chance of funding.
Applicants deemed ineligible for a particular award, or who do not follow the instructions provided, will be automatically disqualified. There will be no exceptions. Learn more about the Terms and Conditions governing our Awards and Grants Program.
Technical questions: contact proposal CENTRAL at email@example.com or 1-800-875-2562.
Questions on the Awards and Grants program: email firstname.lastname@example.org.