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The call will close December 16 (12:00 CET).
Should you be a past recipient of an EHA Research Grants (from the past 5 years and your grant is finished), and want to apply for another grant, you already have an account that you can access by selecting ‘Reset or create password’ when you access http://eha.fluxx.io
Just be sure to use the email address that EHA had on file.
EHA Research Grants support talented junior researchers in advancing their career, e.g. towards becoming the leader of a research group.
If you have ambition for advancing your career and you have the support of your department and institute, welcome to the homepage for EHA Research Grants!
Please note that the EHA Research Grants are intended for basic and translational lab-based research in hematology. Purely clinical research projects will not be eligible, nor projects in health economics or other non-lab-based research. An exception can be the translational part of a clinical trial, although it must be relevant and novel.
Which category of EHA Research Grants is for me?
Junior Research Grant: €50.000, - per year, for 3 years
For researchers doing basic research within 4 years of their PhD graduation. The month of graduation must be less than 4 years before the closing date of the application. Exceptions must be justified.
Advanced Research Grant: €80.000, - per year, for 2 years
For researchers doing basic research 4-8 years after their PhD graduation. This is the time interval between the month of graduation and the closing date of the application. Exceptions must be justified.
Physician Scientist Research Grant: €80.000, - per year, for 2 years
For physician scientists who are involved in patient care and:
- Are MD or equivalent
- Are within 4 years after PhD graduation OR MD graduation OR hematology training (or equivalent), whatever comes last at the closing date of the application. Exceptions must be justified.
- Have a proven track record in research by publications
- Must have at least 50% protected time for performing the research project, to be justified in the letter of support by the Head of Department where the research will be performed.
- It is highly preferred that the topic of research is related to the specialty in the clinic. (e.g. LAB: developing a mouse model in MPN, CLINIC: treating MPN)
IMPORTANT! If your project is in immunotherapy or in hemoglobinopathies, be sure to select the Topic-in-Focus version of your category! EHA has earmarked a grant for each Topic-in-Focus, which are Hemoglobinopathies, with a focus on Sickle Cell Disease, and Immunotherapy, with a focus on CAR-T, on top of the other grants.
EHA’s Fellowships & Grants Committee selects the winners, with the help of external reviewers and the support of the EHA office.
For any remaining questions regarding the funding scheme or the process, please contact the Talent Accelerator department at email@example.com
Research Grants process explained
Applying, reviewing and selection process explained in detail.
Research Grants Guide
Open the Step-by-step Guide for detailed information on eligibility, the application process and what to expect as a winner.
Terms & conditions
Read the fine print carefully before applying for an EHA Research Grant.
EHA policy on double awarding
Read this if you are applying for more than one EHA opportunity.
EHA’s Fellowships & Grants Committee selects the winners, with the help of external reviewers and the support of the EHA office. For any remaining questions regarding the funding scheme or the process, please contact the talent accelerator department at firstname.lastname@example.org