Powered by Pablove Research Grants

Powered by Pablove Research Grants provide funding so the brightest minds in pediatric cancer research can find the next big breakthrough.

The Mission

Our grants program seeks out the best and brightest researchers in the world and awards grants to the most innovative projects. Our Scientific Advisory Committee, comprised of 15 top international oncologists, looks for basic, translational, clinical, and epidemiological research that focuses on rare childhood cancers.

Our grants are awarded based on their excellence of science and innovation in addressing real and pressing issues faced by children with cancer.

The Challenge

Among children and adolescents, cancer remains a leading cause of death in the United States. Among those that survive, many are left with lifelong complications. So while much progress has been made, there is much more work to be done to find safer and more effective treatment options, and a curefor childhood cancer.

How we Help

The key to finding those novel breakthroughs is in research. Since 2011, The Pablove Foundation has awarded more than $2,500,000 in childhood cancer research grants to over 25 institutions worldwide. With this money, researchers are zeroing in on new treatments and life-saving cures for the most vexing of childhood cancers.

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Our grant cycle begins every September. Click the button below to learn more about applying for a research grant.

types of awards

Seed Grants: Powered by Pablove $50,000 seed grants are awarded to the most innovative, groundbreaking childhood cancer researchers around the country and around the world, committed to improving treatment options and finding cures. This initial funding is intended to propel researchers' work forward, to qualify for larger grants, federal funding and clinical trial.

Accelerator Award: A joint venture between Pablove and a partner research institution, the Accelerator Award makes a significant investment in a single promising researcher, with the aim of catapulting their research forward.