The Lymph&Co Foundation works with the motto “Away with Lymphoma”.
In our vision innovation is the solution to the current major challenges in the treatment of patients with malignant lymphoma. It starts with the launch of innovative and excellent research and ends with social impact: development of new tools for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. The key is excellence.
The Lymph&Co Foundation supports groundbreaking scientific research that may lead the way to the cure or the improved therapeutic management of lymphoma. Therefore, Lymph&Co has issued three types of grants, i.e. the Lymph&Co Research Grant, a Consortium Initiation Grant and the Paul Fentener van Vlissingen Lymphoma Fellowship.
LYMPH&CO RESEARCH GRANT
The Lymph&Co Research Grant is one of our instruments to support high quality, relevant research with a high impact for patients. The Lymph&Co Foundation intends to fund one or two research projects in 2020.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
As of 29 April 2020 Lymph&Co launches a new Call For Proposals.
There will be a two-stage submission procedure for applications: pre-proposals and full proposals. The deadline for submitting the pre-proposals is 14 July 2020. The Scientific Advisory Board of Lymph&Co will carry out a scientific evaluation according to specific evaluation criteria. Based on this evaluation, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal (deadline for full proposals: 27 November 2020).
All details about the aim of the call and the procedure can be found here.
CONSORTIUM INITIATION GRANT
Innovative research benefits from the collaboration between different research groups supplying different expertise in consortia working on one project. Lymph&Co supports the formation of research consortia with a small Consortium Initiation grant. Grant applications can be submitted permanently to the secretariat using the grant application form available on the Consortium Initiation grant page.
PAUL FENTENER VAN VLISSINGEN FELLOWSHIP
The Paul Fentener van Vlissingen fellowship aims to support a young, talented physician or researcher to get additional training in particular research areas and further develop his/her skills and knowledge of lymphoma. Applications can be submitted continuously. See the dedicated page for the felllowship for information and forms.