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The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation is pleased to announce we are soliciting applications for our Young Investigator Award for the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting (ASH) to be held December 9 – 12, 2023 in San Diego, California.
This year we will be offering two (2) $1,500 awards in support of Young Investigators. Qualified applicants must be both attending and presenting cutaneous lymphoma-related research at the ASH Annual Meeting.

Criteria for selection of the Young Investigator Award includes:

• Individuals with an M.D. or Ph.D. degree.
• Individuals with an academic rank no greater than assistant professor.
• Individuals with demonstrable interest and/or achievement in clinical care, education or research in cutaneous lymphomas.
• Individuals who have submitted an abstract and will be presenting research at the 2023 ASH meeting.

Application Instructions:
Please e-mail CV, ASH abstract and supporting letter from mentor to Holly Priebe, Chief Operating and Financial Officer, Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation at research@clfoundation.org by October 2, 2023.
The awardee* will be notified by November 2, 2023.

Click here for official flyer:  YIA-ASHFlyer2023

Harvard Dermatology T32 Training Grant at Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School is seeking additional candidates for post-doctoral training on our Dermatology NIH Training Grant (T32) for appointments starting on July 1st, 2023. For more information, please see our website: https://lnkd.in/evacAgn9

PeDRA Study Support Grants:

This non-competitive grant accepts applications on a rolling basis through the end of the calendar year! Apply for up to $4,000 for 6 months to support an active PeDRA study.

Human Skin Disease Resource Center Scholar Grants Request for Applications

The Human Skin Disease Resource Center (HSDRC) at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School provides access to human specimens and cutting edge human analytic techniques to investigators at any institution who wish to carry out translational research on human skin disease.
The Center is committed to supporting diversity in skin disease research. We have funds available to support individuals from groups underrepresented in medicine (URiM) who wish to carry out projects through the Center. Center Scholar grants will provide up to $20,000 to support research stipends, laboratory supplies, reagents, and Center Services. Grants will be awarded on a rolling basis.

Who is eligible?
• High School students
• Undergraduate Students
• Medical or Graduate School Students
• Medical Residents
• Post-Doctoral Fellows

How do you apply?
• Get in touch with us at humanskin@bwh.harvard.edu
• We will work with you to develop a project (if needed) or help you define how best to allocate resources to a project of your own design.
Technologies and Services provided by the HSDRC include:
• Access to human healthy skin, pathologic specimens of skin diseases, human skin grafted mice
• Single cell RNA sequencing, CITE-seq, ATAC-seq, mass cytometry (CyTOF), multiplex immunostaining, single cell imaging, NanoString RNA & DNA profiling, digital spatial profiling

Already have a project you’d like help with? Send it in!

The scientific proposal should be no more than 5 pages. Please follow the format outlined below:

• Introduction and Specific Aims
• Preliminary data
• Experimental design
• References (not counted in 5-page limit)
• Biosketch or CV (not counted in 5-page limit), including current funding
• Submit to: humanskin@bwh.harvard.edu