Cancer Research KI - Grants
Cancer Research KI awards research grants in several categories to promote excellent young researchers, clinical research, innovative research and joint international research projects. All grants are announced openly and the applications undergo external review.
2023 Funding Opportunities
Collaborative Call: 2023 Karolinska Institutet and Mayo Clinic Cancer Center
The Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center and Karolinska Institutet are pleased to announce the 2023 Request for Applications (RFA) within the areas of breast cancer, other solid tumors, and hematologic malignancies with a submission deadline of March 31, 2023.
Outcome of Innovative and Interdisciplinary Grant Announcements
KI-Mayo collaborative grant Recipients
The Mayo Clinic Cancer Center and Karolinska Institutet are pleased to announce the 2022 recipients of the collaborative cancer call grants.
Blue Sky Research Grant Recipients
Project grants within cancer research for a well-defined innovative pilot project aiming at demonstrating proof of principle. One-year project grants.
Translational Seed Funding Grant Recipients
These project grants in cancer research to foster novel collaborations between basic and clinical scientists to address important problems in the area of translational cancer research.
Task Forces Focusing on Specific Cancers
Grants for Task Forces for Different Diagnoses (TFDD) have been awarded by Cancer Research KI. The aim of the initiative is to encourage KI and University Hospital based researchers to join forces around one major group of cancers.
Previous Funding Opportunities
Blue Sky Grant for Innovative Cancer Research & Technology 2022
Cancer Research KI hereby announces up to six project grants in cancer research for well-defined innovative pilot projects that aim to demonstrate proof of principle.
Blue Sky Grant for Innovative Cancer Research & Technology 2021
Cancer Research KI hereby announces up to six project grants in cancer research for well-defined innovative pilot projects that aim to demonstrate proof of principle. Deadline 16th April 2021.
Translational Seed Funding Grant 2021
Cancer Research KI hereby announces up to six project grants in cancer research to foster novel collaborations between basic and clinical scientists to address important problems in the area of translational cancer research. Deadline 16th April 2021.
KI and Mayo Clinic Collaborative Call in Breast Cancer
The Mayo Clinic Cancer Center and Karolinska Institutet are pleased to announce the 2021 Request for Applications (RFA) within the area of breast cancer with a submission deadline of 1 st April 2021.
Clinical/ Research Positions
Cancer Research KI Senior Researcher positions are intended for highly talented researchers in the process of consolidating their independent research program (5-year grant).
Funding for Research Associate Positions is a four-year grant intended for highly talented researchers with the purpose of developing independency in research.
These positions are joint clinical and research positions whereby the successfull recipient will be employed at either the Dept. of OnkPat, MedS or MedH followed by a clinical appointment at KUH as a specialist physician.
The MD/PhD grant is a four-year grant for postgraduate education in cancer research for MDs or medical students.
International Research Grants
KI and Mayo Clinic Cancer Center Collaborative Call in Breast Cancer
The objective of this funding is to provide support to initiate and enhance collaborations in breast cancer research between Mayo Clinic Cancer Center and Karolinska Institutet - Cancer Research KI. Submission deadline of April 1st, 2021
KI-MDACC Collaborative Grants/ SINF
As a Sister Insitution to MD Anderson Cancer Center we, KI/StratCan, participate in the Sister Institution Network Fund (SINF) annual grant calls.
Grant for Clinical Research visits to MD Anderson Cancer Center
Support for clinical research visits of 3-6 months at MD Anderson, of which one month is dedicated to clinical rotation.
International Clinical Post Doc Grant
StratCan International Clinical Postdoc grants within cancer research are intended for MDs at the residency or post-residency levels interested in going abroad for a postdoc.
KI-DKFZ Joint Project Grant
KI-DKFZ Joint Project Grants within basic and translational cancer research are joint two-year project grants between StratCan and the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ).
Investigator-Initiated Clinical Trial Grant
The StratCan Grant for Investigator-Initiated Clinical Trial is a one year grant to support the planning and implementation of an investigator-initiated clinical trial.
Grants for Clinicians
StratCan Grants for Clinicians are aimed for MDs combining cancer research and post-residency clinical work.