Grant opportunities

The mission of the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute (JHGBCI) in Baltimore is to develop new clinical strategies for combating bladder cancer through intensive, collaborative and innovative research. The institute each year awards several grants of $35,000 to $50,000 to encourage young investigators, to support pilot and exploratory projects that help advance the state of science and clinical practice in bladder cancer, and to leverage existing resources and expertise. Grants are renewable for up to three years.

Johns Hopkins Medical Institution

The JHGBCI welcomes proposals from applicants within and outside of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Grants will be awarded in our areas of research focus:

  • Genetic and epigenetic approaches
  • Immunotherapy
  • Targeted therapies
  • Patient care, prevention and screening
  • Pioneering studies – a flexible category that supports “out of the box” ideas

High priority will be given to innovative projects with potential clinical impact.

View and submit your application online. Applications are due mid October.

For more information contact:
William Isaacs, Ph.D.
(410) 955-2518
wisaacs@jhmi.edu