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Lymph&Co Research Grant Paul Fentener van Vlissingen Fellowship Consortium Initiation grant


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.


The Lymph&Co Research Grant is one of our instruments to support high quality, relevant research with a high impact for patients.


At the moment, it is not yet known when the next Lymph&Co Call for research proposals will open for applications for the Lymph&Co research grant.

As soon as we have more information, we will announce the timelines and conditions for the call on our website as well as via our social media. So check our  website and our socials regularly!


Innovative research benefits from the collaboration between multidisciplinary research groups supplying diverse expertise in consortia working on a joint project. Lymph&Co supports the formation of research consortia with a one-time Consortium Initiation Grant of € 15,000. Grant applications can be submitted continuously to the research secretariat using the grant application form available on the Consortium Initiation Grant page.


The Paul Fentener van Vlissingen Fellowship aims to support a young, talented physician or basic researcher to get additional training in particular research areas and further develop his/her skills and knowledge of lymphoma. Applications can be submitted to the research secretariat continuously. See the dedicated page for the Felllowship for information and forms.