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ThyCa To Award 3 New Thyroid Cancer Research Grants in 2013
Proposals Due by January 31, 2013
ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors’ Association Inc., announces the 11th year of its research grants program, with grants open to researchers and institutions worldwide. ThyCa will award 3 new grants for thyroid cancer research in 2012.
Each grant will be for 2 years. One grant is for research on follicular-cell-derived thyroid cancer (papillary, follicular, anaplastic, and variants). Another is for research on medullary thyroid cancer. The third grant is for research on any type of thyroid cancer. It is named The Ric Blake Memorial Thyroid Cancer Research Grant, in memory and honor of ThyCa co-founder Ric Blake.
The winning grant recipients will be selected by an independent expert panel of the American Thyroid Association (ATA). ATA is the professional association of clinicians and researchers specializing in thyroid diseases. The grant application guidelines are on ATA’s web site. The deadline for submitting a proposal summary to ATA is January 31, 2013.
ATA's Research Committee will rank proposals according to their scientific merit. The authors of selected proposals will be notified by the ATA as early as March; they will be invited to submit complete grant applications, from which the grant winners will be selected.
ThyCa is committed to supporting research with the goal of cures for all thyroid cancer. The ThyCa Grants began in 2003. They are the first grants to be funded entirely by thyroid cancer patients, caregivers and friends. ThyCa has awarded more than $900,000 for thyroid cancer research, to researchers in France, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.ThyCa has awarded grants to researchers at the following institutions;
• Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Harvard Medical School), Boston, Massachusetts
Thyca invites everyone to join us in our quest to find a cure for all thyroid cancer.