The Foundation awards funds raised through the sale of the End Breast Cancer specialty license plate for basic, clinical and translational breast cancer research, epidemiological studies of breast cancer, research on links between breast cancer and the environment, psycho-immunological research, innovative awards and ideas grants.
The Foundation reviewed its first research grant applications in late summer, 2004, through a cooperative agreement with the Department of Defense (DOD) Breast Cancer Research Program under its Concept Award Category. The Foundation approved five concept award grants of $90,000 each, along with two pre-doctoral grants.
“Scientific/Research Grants Announced”
4 Florida Institutions awarded grants for
Breast Cancer Research totaling over $363,000
North Miami, FL (October 3, 2012) - The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation (FBCF) is proud to announce the recently approved grant awards for breast cancer research in the State of Florida.
Four Institutions around the state including: NOVA Southeastern University Health Professions Division/College of Pharmacy, University of Central Florida Research Foundation, University of Florida, and Watson Clinic Foundation were awarded grants for breast cancer research totaling more than $363,000. All grants are made possible through the revenue generated from the End Breast Cancer Specialty License Plate in Florida.
For more details click here or go to 2012 - 2013 Research Grant Awards.