Lymphoma Canada is not currently accepting applications for research funding.
Every year, Lymphoma Canada offers one research fellowship for a period of two years. The Lymphoma Canada Research Fellowship Award is designed to support the training and development of outstanding young researchers in the field of malignant lymphoproliferative disorders.
Applicants (trainees) must have a PhD or be a health professional in active clinical service. Trainees must have the support of a supervisor who has an appointment at a Canadian university or provincial cancer treatment centre and who can provide an environment conducive to successful completion of the planned research project.
The research fellowship consists of an annual stipend of $45,000 plus $7,500 to support travel, publication and laboratory supply costs, for a period of two years.