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Fibrolamellar Research Collaboration Travel Fund
John Hopper --  Fibrolamellar Cancer Expert John Hopper -- Fibrolamellar Cancer Expert
For Immediate Release:
Dateline: New York , CT
Monday, December 04, 2017


The Fibrolamellar Research Collaboration Travel Fund has officially launched, following the second international fibrolamellar (FLC) research summit hosted by the FCF.
The summit fostered an amazing amount of data sharing and collaborative brainstorming amongst some of the world’s greatest researchers. It was suggested by the attendees
that “face to face” meetings are significant catalysts to facilitate ongoing collaboration, and that FCF could help encourage this by having a specific travel fund available for this purpose.

This travel fund is open to all researchers who have a specific FLC initiative where in person meetings would help facilitate progress.

Guidelines for receiving grants from this fund are simple:

  • Submit a 1-2 paragraph grant request via email to [email protected]
  • Provide confirmation and/or explanations for the following:Funds are for face to face collaborative meetings
    Meeting must be solely focused on fibrolamellar

State the case as to why this meeting is important
Meeting report to be submitted as follow up within 30 days
Travel budget estimate to be submitted and approved by FCF prior to travel

-Grantees are responsible for their own travel arrangements

Confirm your institution’s nonprofit status (funds are not available for commercial organizations)

An FCF team will review the grant request and reply within 30 days. FCF has sole discretion as to which organizations or individuals will be granted travel funding.

Any questions, please feel free to contact Megen McKinney at [email protected]

Fibrolamellar Cancer Foundation
Greenwich, CT
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