Supported by nearly $47 million in funding in 2012, faculty in UCLA's department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine rely on funding opportunities to conduct groundbreaking studies that advance understanding of disease causes, improve diagnosis and contribute findings with the potential to improve treatments and ultimately lead to cures for major diseases. Please contact us if you have information about a grant or funding opportunity that we may include here.
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Translational Research Fund
The purpose of the Translational Research Fund (TRF) is to help prepare and support Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology UCLA Faculty- initiated research, with particular focus on translational projects and to foster greater involvement by UCLA pathology residents and fellows in research projects. More Information
Innovative Learning Technology Initiative
Shared Resources Consortium (SRC)
NIH Guide to Contracts & Grants | More Information
Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs | More Information
Other Funding Opportunities
WM Keck Foundation - "far-reaching benefit for humanity"
Pfizer - Vaccines, oncology, pain & inflammation, infectious disease, women's health
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists Research and Education Foundation - A national professional association
Burroughs Wellcome Fund - Supports basic research relevant to health, and other scientific and educational activities
Ellison Medical Foundation - Supports research into aging and global infectious diseases
Friends Research Institute - Medical, drug, and mental treatments, and pharmaceutical studies
"Alex's Lemonade Stand" Foundation - Various Pediatric Oncology Grants
Susan G. Komen - Research & Grants
UCLA Research Policy & Compliance
UCLA Department of Pathology &
Laboratory Medicine Fund Managers