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Bayer: Hemophilia Awards Program – Letters of Intent

The Bayer Hemophilia Awards Program supports basic and clinical research and education in hemophilia. Through grants provided to early career investigators, fellows in training, and other hemophilia care professionals, the program seeks to support the next steps for the next generation of care and treatment options for people with hemophilia worldwide.

Awards

Basic Research Award

This award supports basic research projects in the bleeding disorders field. Focus areas for projects include:

  • role of factor VIII outside of coagulation;
  • inhibitors;
  • immunogenicity;
  • lab monitoring research and applications.

Eligibility: Any individual affiliated with medical universities, hospitals, treatment centers, blood centers and laboratories that carry out research in inherited bleeding disorders or provides care to patients with these disorders, may apply.

Funding & Duration: Three awards worth up to USD $75,000 (approx. AUD $102,000) each for one year, are available.

Clinical Research Award

This award supports clinical research projects in the bleeding disorder field. Focus areas may include:

  • microbleeds;
  • subclinical bleeds;
  • joint pain;
  • patient-reported outcomes;
  • role of factor VIII versus non-factor VIII replacement therapy;
  • lab monitoring.

Eligibility: Any individual affiliated with medical universities, hospitals, treatment centers, blood centers and laboratories that carry out research in inherited bleeding disorders or provides care to patients with these disorders, may apply.

Funding & Duration: Three awards worth up to USD $75,000 (approx. AUD $102,000) each for one year, are available.

Fellowship Project Award

This award aims to facilitate the development of clinical and research expertise in the field of hemophilia for applicants who have completed medical training and have an interest in pursuing a career as a hemophilia clinician. The award supports a mentored physician for up to two years, and they are expected to undertake both a research project as well as clinical training.

Eligibility: The applicant should be affiliated with either a medical university, hospitals, treatment centers, blood centers or laboratories and have earned their medical degree within the previous eight years.

Funding & Duration: Up to two awards, worth a maximum of USD $80,000  (approx. AUD $109,000) per year over two years each, are available.

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