SCI Internal Funding

Deadline: October 4, 2024

SCI Fellowship Awards

The Stanford Cancer Institute seeks to increase the number of clinical, laboratory, and population researchers, who are carrying out cancer research with applicability to the basic biology, prevention, diagnosis or treatment of cancer, or to the quality of life of cancer patients. This critical source of funding enables trainees to achieve faculty positions and obtain career development awards.  

External Funding (Limited Submission)

Requires internal review and selection

Deadline: October 4, 2024

American Cancer Society-Stanford Cancer Institute (ACS-SCI) Institutional Research Grant

The mission of the American Cancer Society-Stanford Cancer Institute (ACS-SCI) Institutional Research Grant is to attract and increase the number of junior faculty members, including highly qualified physicians, physician-scientists, and population-based or basic/translational scientists who are dedicated to cancer research and to maximize their potential to be leaders in academic medicine.

External Funding

Does not require internal review and selection

Postdoctoral Funding Opportunities

Multiple dates

Toolkit

Grant Bridge is a tool developed by Emerson Collective which checks eligibility for investigators to add NIH administrative supplements that promote diversity in health-related research onto research project grants, such as the R01. 

RMG Cancer Related Funding Opportunities

Visit RMG for full listing of all cancer opportunities

SCI Funding Awards

  • SCI Innovation Award

    The awards support projects focused on accelerating basic, translational, clinical, and population-based cancer research and projects focused on specific types of cancer, such as pancreatic, breast, gynecologic, and sarcoma cancers.
  • Shmunis Family Innovation Awards in Cancer Therapeutics

    The Shmunis Family Innovation Award supports the bold and creative research of Stanford cancer researchers to develop and test potential new therapeutic drug candidates that could lead to early phase clinical trials and transformative new treatments...
  • SCI Fellowship Awards

    This critical source of funding enables trainees to achieve faculty positions and obtain career development awards.
  • Community Partnership Seed Grants

    The goal of this program is to foster cancer prevention and control efforts that are community driven by partnering Stanford researchers, physicians, trainees and/or staff with community partners to jointly develop projects focused on addressing the...
  • SCI Equity Impact Research Grants

    The grant’s Challenge Award is focused on understanding and addressing the impact of climate change on cancer disparities in the San Joaquin Valley. The grant’s Seed Grants track seeks to address and reduce cancer disparities among underserved...
  • ACS-SCI Institutional Research Grant

    American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grants at SCI Pilot Program at the Stanford Cancer Institute (SCI) is to attract and increase the number of junior faculty members, including highly qualified physicians, physician-scientists,...
  • SCI-JEDI Pilot Seed Grant

    A funding opportunity for individuals across the educational continuum to facilitate continued support in projects that make progress towards inclusive excellence at the Stanford Cancer Institute.