The program is designed to support innovative basic and clinical research projects in hematology/oncology. Research scope to include, but is not limited to, a broad range of hematology/oncology disease states and treatment modalities (IO, cell therapy, targeted therapies etc.).
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Proposals utilizing Gilead product(s) are not eligible for funding through the Research Scholars Program. Proposals involving Gilead product(s) should be submitted for review under the Investigator-Sponsored Research Grant Program through the ISR online portal.
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