Entries for the American Society of Haematology’s (ASH) Global Research Award are open for haematologists living outside of the US and Canada.
The award, which is restricted to haematologists who are between completion of training and the establishment of their independent careers, was first launched in 2018 to support future international scientific leaders, increase haematology capacity, and nurture global collaboration.
Previous recipients of the award include clinical academic haematologist Dr Paolo Gallipoli from the University of Cambridge in the UK.
For projects of one year or less, applicants can request up to $100,000, increasing to $150,000 for projects of more than one year.
The amount requested in each application will be assessed to determine whether it is appropriate for the project and for the costs of the region, ASH says.
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