Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity and Equality (GCRLE)

Grant Name
Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity and Equality (GCRLE)
Funder
The Buck Institute
Location
United States
Research Area
Aging
Infertility
Outcomes Research (Medical)
Reproductive Disorders
Reproductive Endocrinology
Reproductive Health Services
Reproductive Physiology
Womens Health
Deadline
February 3, 2022
Grant Size
Upper $850,000USD - Senior Faculty Awards ($400,000 per year) - Junior Faculty Awards ($250,000 per year) - Pilot Awards ($100,000 per year) - Postdoctoral Fellowships ($100,000 per year)
Contact Info
Jennifer Garrison, PhD JGarrison@buckinstitute.org
Bevin Lin, PhD Blin@buckinstitute.org
Website
Eligibility
The awards are open to researchers based at both national and international accredited academic and nonprofit research institutions.
Description
With the establishment of the Center for Reproductive Longevity and Equality (CRLE) at the Buck Institute, we've pioneered the first facility that focuses solely on female aging as it relates to equality. Now, in collaboration with the Bia-Echo Foundation, the Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity and Equality (GCRLE) is soliciting applications from investigators worldwide for two-year projects focused broadly on understanding female reproductive aging. Funding mechanisms include: Senior Faculty Awards - to support established investigators who are thought leaders in their fields and are recognized for substantial contributions of creative and productive research. We will seek to complement other major funders of research by placing emphasis on projects that may not be supported by traditional sources because of their perceived novelty or high risk, or because the investigator is moving into female reproductive aging from a different research area. Junior Faculty Awards - to support newly independent investigators with outstanding promise when they are establishing their own labs and are malleable in the direction of their research. These awards will allow bright young scientists to pursue bold ideas when they are at their most scientifically creative. Pilot Awards - to foster innovative collaborative or novel research projects that have the potential for high impact and high reward at an accelerated rate. These awards will allow collection of preliminary data to apply for larger grants. Postdoctoral Fellowships - to increase the number of imaginative, well-trained junior scientists who will form the next generation of reproductive aging researchers. These awards will facilitate our efforts to build the field and provide both training and networking opportunities for trainees. Eligibility The awards are open to researchers based at both national and international accredited academic and nonprofit research institutions.

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