InovitroTM TTFields Lab Bench System from Novocure recently released several new funding opportunities.
Inovitro™ TTFields Lab Bench System from Novocure is a laboratory research system for use in preclinical research examining the effects of Tumor Treating Fields (TTFields) in cancer cell cultures. In addition to the grant, if your institution does not currently have access to the InovitroTM TTFields Lab Bench System, Novocure will provide this system to complete the research.
These two-year grants of $120,000 are designed to support the salary and benefits of a postdoctoral or clinical fellow while working on mentored research focused on the preclinical application and relevance of TTFields in cancer.
This three-year grant of $225,000 is designed to support junior faculty conducting innovative research focused on the preclinical application and relevance of TTFields in cancer.
The awards and fellowships are supported by the Amercian Association for Cancer Research (AACR) and Novocure.
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