Current Grants and Fellowship Opportunities


Career Enhancement Program and the Developmental Research Program 

Deadline to apply: Thursday - June 30th, 2022

The Weill Cornell Medicine SPORE in Prostate Cancer is now accepting applications for the Career Enhancement Program (CEP) and the Developmental Research Program (DRP)

Career Enhancement Program

This program will support the career enhancement of junior faculty in the area of translational prostate cancer (PCa) research and encourage established faculty leaders to focus their research efforts on PCa.  

Up to two awards of $50,000 will be awarded depending on the quality of the applications. 

Developmental Research Program

The DRP is soliciting new research ideas for developing innovative high-risk/high-impact projects to stimulate PCa research with the ultimate goal of accelerating the discovery and development of interventions intended to improve therapeutic outcomes for PCa patients. 

Up to two awards of $75,000 will be awarded depending on the quality of the applications. 

For questions contact Sam Gomez (

More Information and To Apply Click Here



AAMC Mid-Career Minority Faculty Leadership Seminar

The AAMC Mid-Career Minority Faculty Seminar is a leadership development program designed specifically for mid-career faculty who aspire to leadership positions in academic medicine. This unique blended-learning program takes a culturally responsive approach to address the specific needs of the participants including small group mentoring sessions and a CV review for career development planning. This Seminar consists of both virtual learning sessions/webinars and an in-person two and a half-day event.
Who Should Attend?
Individuals at the associate professor level who aspire to leadership positions in academic medicine.
Upcoming Seminar
October 13-15, 2022
AAMC Headquarters
Washington, DC
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Apply for the WCM Office of Diversity and Inclusion Funding Support:

Interested candidates should submit the following information:

1.    A letter of support from the candidate's department chair or division chief 

2.    Candidate’s Curriculum vitae

Instructions for Electronic Submission

Please submit the above items in the order listed as one PDF document saved as follows lastname.firstinitial_102022AAMC.pdf (see example below). Email the file to no later than Friday, July 15th at 11:59pm EST. 

 Example: Smith.J_102022AAMC.pdf



Programs to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE)

The Programs to Increase Diversity among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE) is an all-expense-paid Summer Institute, research education and mentoring initiative sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). This Summer Institute initiative addresses the difficulties experienced by junior investigators and transitioning postdoctoral scientists in establishing independent academic research careers and negotiating through the academic ranks. The primary outcome of this program is to increase the number of scientists and research-oriented faculty who are from backgrounds currently under-represented in the biomedical sciences and those with disabilities, by preparing them to successfully compete for external funding for scientific research in heart, lung, blood, and sleep (HLBS) disorders.

An all expenses paid research career-advancing opportunity supported by NHLBI.

Nine Summer Institutes with mentored research training programs address difficulties in establishing independent research programs and in negotiating academic ranks.

Desired outcome is to improve recruitment and retention of faculty from disabled or underrepresented groups in heart, lung, blood, and sleep studies.

Training Includes:

  • Didactic courses

  • Grant writing and grantsmanship courses

  • Special topic conferences and lab skills

  • Mentoring networks

  • Small Research Project (SRP)

For More Information and to Complete Online Pre-Application on Form Click Here 


Grant Editing Service for Weill Cornell Members

Please visit here for more information: 

Program Summary:

The Samuel J. Wood Library now offers a free editing service for WCM grant applicants. The editing service is designed to review the language of the grant, cross-check text with figures and tables, ensure that the writing style is consistent, and the text is clear and concise.  Grant categories will be prioritized by the following: 

1.     Resubmissions of Scored but not funded grant applications
2.     Junior faculty writing their first R01 grant, including GRASP participants
3.     Junior faculty career award
4.     Limited submission grants (for institutional nominees only)
5.     Sections of large collaborative awards – for example, the introduction for a P01
6.     Grants in other categories will be considered, if possible

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