For Academic Researchers
As the leading funder of multiple myeloma research, the MMRF has supported more than 330 research grants at 130 institutions worldwide. The following grants are accepting submissions.
The MMRF supports innovative research efforts in the most promising areas of multiple myeloma research through several grant-making programs. The MMRF accepts applications from U.S.-based and international non-profit institutions and universities. Program guidelines and applications are available approximately 6-8 weeks prior to the submission deadline.
MMRF Research Grant Awards
Significant advances in our understanding of the pathophysiology and molecular biology involved in multiple myeloma have identified numerous putative molecular targets for therapeutic intervention. The MMRF welcomes proposals on any and all multiple myeloma related topics to the traditional Research Grant Award Programs.
Research Fellow Awards: The MMRF is providing funding to researchers at the post doctorate/medical fellow or junior faculty levels and working under the supervision or guidance of a research sponsor in the multiple myeloma field. Proposals may request up to $75,000 for one year.
2013 Research Fellow Award Guidelines (PDF)
The MMRF will only be requesting proposals for our Research Fellow Award in 2013.