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Research for the cure 

Finding a cure for lymphoma

Lymphoma Foundation of America gives research grants and awards to scientists at leading universities and cancer centers. The scientists are dedicated to finding a cure for lymphoma by investigating the causes of lymphoma and developing new treatments.

cancer research award recipients lymphoma specialist Matthew David, MD
ask  about cancer lymphomaJennifer Brown MD cancer research


Kai Fu MD cancer researchJaveed Iqbal cancer lymphoma researcher
Philippe Armand MD cancer lymphoma researcherGrace LeMasters PhD cancer research
Wing Chan MD cancer lymphoma researcherPaige Bracci PhD MD cancer research
Deborah Citrin cancer lymphoma researcherLindsay Morton PhD cancer lymphoma researcher

Call for nominations — Young Scientist Award


Lymphoma Foundation of America gives a prestigious award to young scientists in recognition of their outstanding work in lymphoma research. This award comes with a cash grant.

We welcome nominations from the cancer research community. If you are the head of a university-based cancer research program, or the director of a government cancer institute or department, we encourage you to consider nominating one of your young colleagues.

Please email your nomination letter to: LFA@lymphomahelp.org with the nominee’s full name, address, phone number, a brief description of their research work, and their resume. You may also mail to: Lymphoma Foundation of America, Attn: Belita Cowan, Pesident, 1100 N. Main St., Suite 110, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.

Nominations can be submitted throughout the year. The selections of Young Scientist Awards are made by our board of directors in consultation with the Lymphoma Foundation of America's Medical Advisors and Scientific Review Panel.


©2017 Lymphoma Foundation of America. LymphomoHelp® All rights reserved.
lymphoma foundation of America

Research for the cure 

Finding a cure for lymphoma

Lymphoma Foundation of America gives research grants and awards to scientists at leading universities and cancer centers. The scientists are dedicated to finding a cure for lymphoma by investigating the causes of lymphoma and developing new treatments.

cancer research award recipients lymphoma specialist Matthew David, MD
ask  about cancer lymphomaJennifer Brown MD cancer research

Kai Fu MD cancer researchJaveed Iqbal cancer lymphoma researcher
Philippe Armand MD cancer lymphoma researcherGrace LeMasters PhD cancer research
Wing Chan MD cancer lymphoma researcherPaige Bracci PhD MD cancer research
Deborah Citrin cancer lymphoma researcherLindsay Morton PhD cancer lymphoma researcher

Call for nominations — Young Scientist Award


Lymphoma Foundation of America gives a prestigious award to young scientists in recognition of their outstanding work in lymphoma research. This award comes with a cash grant.

We welcome nominations from the cancer research community. If you are the head of a university-based cancer research program, or the director of a government cancer institute or department, we encourage you to consider nominating one of your young colleagues.

Please email your nomination letter to: LFA@lymphomahelp.org with the nominee’s full name, address, phone number, a brief description of their research work, and their resume. You may also mail to: Lymphoma Foundation of America, Attn: Belita Cowan, Pesident, 1100 N. Main St., Suite 110, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.

Nominations can be submitted throughout the year. The selections of Young Scientist Awards are made by our board of directors in consultation with the Lymphoma Foundation of America's Medical Advisors and Scientific Review Panel.

©2017 Lymphoma Foundation of America. LymphomoHelp® All rights reserved.
help and support for lymphoma patients and familyHelp for you and
your family
Research for
the cure
Surviving Lymphoma Who we
are
You can help

Research for the cure  

Finding a cure for lymphoma

Lymphoma Foundation of America gives research grants and awards to scientists at leading universities and cancer centers. The scientists are dedicated to finding a cure for lymphoma by investigating the causes of lymphoma and developing new treatments.

cancer research award recipients lymphoma specialist Matthew David, MD
ask  about cancer lymphomaJennifer Brown MD cancer research
Kai Fu MD cancer researchJaveed Iqbal cancer lymphoma researcher
Philippe Armand MD cancer lymphoma researcherGrace LeMasters PhD cancer research
Wing Chan MD cancer lymphoma researcherPaige Bracci PhD MD cancer research
Deborah Citrin cancer lymphoma researcherLindsay Morton PhD cancer lymphoma researcher

Call for nominations — Young Scientist Award

Lymphoma Foundation of America gives a prestigious award to young scientists in recognition of their outstanding work in lymphoma research. This award comes with a cash grant.

We welcome nominations from the cancer research community. If you are the head of a university-based cancer research program, or the director of a government cancer institute or department, we encourage you to consider nominating one of your young colleagues.

Please email your nomination letter to: LFA@lymphomahelp.org with the nominee’s full name, address, phone number, a brief description of their research work, and their resume. You may also mail to: Lymphoma Foundation of America, Attn: Belita Cowan, Pesident, 1100 N. Main St., Suite 110, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.

Nominations can be submitted throughout the year. The selections of Young Scientist Awards are made by our board of directors in consultation with the Lymphoma Foundation of America's Medical Advisors and Scientific Review Panel.