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Biology to Prevention Award (UK cancer research)

The Biology to Prevention Award from Cancer Research UK (CRUK) supports translational research that will build and use greater biological and mechanistic understanding of cancer aetiology, genesis and risk, in order to lead to precision prevention interventions. Applicants should be established cancer researchers in the UK. New principal investigators should co-apply with an established researcher in the field. Collaborations between existing cancer prevention researchers (including population and behavioural scientists) and biologists, geneticists, immunologists, drug developers or other new entrants to cancer prevention research are strongly encouraged. Applicants may apply for up to 600,000 GBP for up to 5 years to cover:

  • salaries for postdoctoral researchers or technical staff
  • experimental and associated running expenses
  • equipment
  • collaborative travel and networking costs

Applications are due on June 22, 2023.

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