- Collaborative Research Development Grants ($900,000) provide funds for ovarian cancer research projects that involve several investigators within one institution or collaborations between groups in multiple institutions.
- Liz Tilberis Early Career Awards ($450,000) are for investigators in their first academic faculty appointment. This award is open to physician-scientists and Ph.D. scientists.
- Ann and Sol Schreiber Mentored Investigator Award ($75,000) funds post-doctoral trainees working in ovarian cancer research groups or those currently enrolled in a fellowship program.
Every day OCRA-funded scientists are working to save women’s lives. We fund scientists and physicians at every stage of their career who are working in the best research institutions worldwide. OCRA research grants help them better understand the origins and biology of the disease, find new ways to identify and prevent it, and discover more effective treatments. They are the best and brightest working in the field today.
Click on the links at the right to learn more about why funding research is important, and the exciting projects our grantees are working on.