publication date: Sep. 12, 2014

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PanCAN Offering $4.1 Million In Research Grant Funding

THE PANCREATIC CANCER ACTION NETWORK announced more than $4.1 million in research grant funding for 2015. Investigators at all points in their careers are invited to apply for research grants aimed at improving patient outcomes and pancreatic cancer survival rates.

Some of the grants offered include:

• The Research Acceleration Network Grant: providing $1 million in funding to support team projects aimed at doubling pancreatic cancer survival rates by 2020. It is offered as a partnership between the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and the American Association for Cancer Research.

• The Fredrick National Laboratory for Cancer Research KRAS Fellowship: a one year, $45,000 fellowship for a postdoctoral or clinical research fellow conducting research on inhibiting the activity of mutated KRAS proteins. The fellowship is offered as a partnership with the National Cancer Institute, and will be linked to the NCI’s RAS Program.

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