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Designated Awards Fund Cancer, Celiac Research

Oct. 10, 2013

Several grants from the AGA Research Foundation are available to junior investigators who are interested in pursuing pancreatic, gastric or esophageal cancer research. Two grants in celiac disease research are available to both junior and established investigators.

Several grants from the AGA Research Foundation are available to junior investigators who are interested in pursuing pancreatic, gastric or esophageal cancer research. A grant in celiac disease research is available to both junior and established investigators.

These awards support investigators by protecting a major portion of their time for research. If you are interested in developing or maintaining an independent career in digestive diseases research, apply today for:

Junior investigators may also be interested in applying for Research Scholar Awards ($270,000). This grant is not designated for specific research topics and may be used to fund projects in gastroenterology, hepatology or related areas. The application deadline is Oct. 18.

Applications for all research awards are available for download on the AGA website.

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