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Call for Applications: Sontag Foundation Distinguished Scientist Awards
Inspire us. We're looking for early career scientists with the potential to create new waves across the brain cancer field. We're looking for increased survival rates and improved recovery for patients. We're looking for a cure or at the very least, treatments to make brain cancer a manageable chronic disease.
Next Application deadline is March 20, 2014.
Eligibility Requirements for 2014 Distinguished Scientist Awards
Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in a discipline which can be brought to bear on the intractable disease, brain cancer.
At the time of application, applicants must hold their first independent full-time faculty appointment at the level of assistant professor, independent researcher or equivalent position at a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) academic, research or medical institution within the United States or an equivalent institution in Canada. If the institution grants tenure, the qualifying appointment must be on the tenure track.
Applicant's initial faculty appointment must have been made no earlier than March 1, 2011.
Applicant's career track and proposed research should demonstrate potential to generate new knowledge relating to causes, cure or treatment of primary brain tumors/brain cancer.
Research proposal submitted for funding must be a primary focus of applicant.
More than one individual from the same institution may apply for this award.
Reapplications in subsequent years of eligibility will be accepted by invitation only.
Up to $150,000 each of four years–as supported by budget request.
Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Scholarship Program
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation has expanded its scholarship program with the addition of the multiyear Galaxy Scholarship.
The new multiyear Galaxy Scholarship award complements the one-year award provided by the original PBTF scholarship program launched in 2002. This year we have also introduced an online-only application format for both awards.
Our scholarship program eases the financial hardships of a childhood brain tumor diagnosis and helps survivors reach their academic goals. Scholarships are supported in part by the Cycle World Joseph C. Parkhurst Education Fund.
The Galaxy Scholarship is designed for graduating high school seniors or high school graduates. The program provides a one-time scholarship of $3,000 to students pursuing an associate’s degree in up to two years, or $6,000 to students pursuing an undergraduate degree in up to four years.
Awards are divided into payments of $1,500 per academic year. Award recipients will be required to participant annually in the PBTF’s volunteer program.
Students enrolled in college are not eligible to apply for the Galaxy Scholarship.
One-year scholarship for enrolled college students
The PBTF also provides a one-year scholarship of $1,000 to brain tumor survivors who are already in college. Graduating high school seniors or high school graduates are not eligible to apply for the one-year scholarship.
Eligibility requirements for scholarship applicants
Diagnosed at or before age 19 with a primary malignant or non-malignant central nervous system brain and/or spinal cord tumor, as identified by the World Health Organization.
Multiyear Galaxy scholarship: college-bound high school senior or high school graduate planning to attend an accredited community college or undergraduate school.
One-year scholarship: college students attending an accredited community college or undergraduate school.
Complete the online application (hard copies will not be accepted; the same online application is used for both college scholarship programs).
Complete all sections of the online application no later than March 15, 2014.