CRI Lloyd J. Old STAR Alexander Marson, Ph.D., of UCSF. Photo by Anastasiia Sapon.
The Cancer Research Institute is requesting applications for the Lloyd J. Old STAR Program. The CRI Lloyd J. Old STAR Program—Scientists Taking Risks—provides long-term funding to mid-career scientists, offering a degree of freedom and flexibility to pursue high-risk/high-reward research at the forefront of discovery and innovation in cancer immunology.
STAR grants are not be tied to a specific research project, but rather support outstanding researchers based on the overall quality and promise of their work. A successful candidate is one that will demonstrate confidence and curiosity to ask difficult immunological questions—forging new understandings and innovation that will drive the field forward.
Eligibility: Candidates must hold a tenure-track faculty appointment as an assistant professor (minimum 3 years) or as an associate professor (maximum of 3 years).
Application Deadline: January 15, 2020
Funding: $1.25 million over five years
Lynne A. Harmer
Director of Grants Administration
Cancer Research Institute