Deadline: December 16, 2022
Apply for the Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity & Equality (GCRLE) Grants 2023 as soon as possible. With this financing, the Consortium aims to promote the growth of a strong international community in the study of reproductive longevity while also advancing creative research into methods to stop or delay ovarian aging.
Applications accepted for research examining the underlying causes of female reproductive aging through, sponsored by the Buck Institute for Research on Aging’s Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity & Equality. The goal of GCRLE Grants 2023 is to provide funding for studies that will uncover the underlying, scientific principles of female reproductive aging.
For scientists in a range of professional stages, there are four unique awards available with objective to foster cross-disciplinary and institution partnerships and collaborations that will help define the field and create the groundwork for its future.
Senior Scholar Awards:
- Fund established researchers to pursue significant, ground-breaking studies in female reproductive aging. These researchers should be thought leaders who have made significant contributions to creative and productive research in their disciplines.
- This award provides $400,000/year in funding.
Junior Scholar Awards:
- Funds early career investigators with outstanding promise when establishing their own labs. These awards encourage young scientists to pursue bold ideas in female reproductive aging when most scientifically creative.
- This award provides $250,000/year in funding.
- Special eligibility requirements: Early career investigators defined as principal investigators who have been in an independent faculty role for less than six years at the time of application, i.e., starting after December 16th, 2016.
Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards:
- Support outstanding young researchers in their pursuit of postdoctoral training in the field of female reproductive aging, broadly construed.
- This award provides$100,000/year in funding, of which a minimum of $70,000 must be used for the Fellow’s salary.
- Special Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must be within 4 years of the date of the award of their PhD or 5 years of their MD at the time of application, i.e., starting after December 16th, 2018 (for PhDs) or 2017 (for MDs).
- Financing creative or revolutionary female reproductive aging research studies with the potential for significant impact and high reward at an accelerated rate through pilot programs.
- These awards will allow collection of preliminary data to apply for larger grants and we encourage applications to fund novel collaborative cross-discipline projects, with an emphasis on projects that establish novel collaborations.
- This award provides $100,000/year in funding.
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