Non-EHA Funding Opportunities

Here you will find other interesting funding opportunities for European researchers in hematology. If you are interested in adding additional opportunities to this page, please contact

2024 DKMS John Hansen Research Grant

With the DKMS John Hansen Research Grant, the DKMS Stiftung Leben Spenden (Foundation for Giving Life) annually supports up to four international young scientists whose research focuses on blood stem cell transplantation and cell therapy for hematological diseases. Various aspects can be covered, including but not limited to: diagnostic and therapeutic strategies, transplant immunology, stem cell transplantation complications, donor selection, or cell manufacturing. The requirements include a doctorate (PhD, MD, or equivalent achievements) dating back no more than 10 years.

Kay Kendall PhD Scholarships in Leukaemia Research

The University of Cambridge Department of Haematology is offering four PhD scholarships focussed on haematological malignancies beginning in October 2024 funded by the Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund and a generous private donation. The scholarships offer a choice of exciting projects supervised by the Department’s world leading PIs and funding covering stipend, research costs and tuition fees.