The 2021 Career Development Grant application is available here. Applications are due by October 22, 2021.
Since 2008, Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina has funded $2.6 million in lung cancer research. The goal of Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina's research program is to further the development of local lung cancer care and research programs across the state of North Carolina. By funding research activities of fellows and young investigators we will help to jump start their careers and encourage their continuing involvement in the field of lung cancer.
To view the 2020 LCI Research Program Overview click here.
To view the 2021 LCI Research Program Overview click here.
We are excited to partner with Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Wake Forest University, East Carolina University, and Levine Cancer Institute for our Research Fellow Program.
Fellows will include students who wish to pursue a career in lung cancer research, diagnosis, treatment and/or care. Visit our Research Fellows Page.
Through the Vicky Amidon Innovation Grant in Lung Cancer Research, LCI aims to recognize and provide research funding for innovative lung cancer projects that will improve the lives of those diagnosed with lung cancer in North Carolina. Learn more about past recipients here.
Through Lung Cancer Initiative's Career Development Grant, LCI aims to support and provide research funding to emerging research leaders early in their career who plan to continue their career in the field of lung cancer. Learn more the Career Development Research Grant here.
The Lung Cancer Initiative is proud to join over 85 other nonprofit research funders as a member of the Health Research Alliance. The Health Research Alliance is a collaborative member organization of nonprofit research funders, committed to maximizing the impact of biomedical research to improve human health.