Gary S. Gilkeson Career Development Award
About the Gary S. Gilkeson Career Development Award
The Lupus Foundation of America created the Gary S. Gilkeson Career Development Award in 2013 to support early career scientists who are committed to lupus research. The award aids the professional growth of fellows (any year) and clinicians for up to two years of post-fellowship work in nephrology, rheumatology, or dermatology, or a postdoctoral researcher. The award is given annually, providing up to $70,000 in funds to each awardee per year.
This award uniquely prepares a scientist at the very beginning of his or her research career and unites them with a mentor who is an established investigator in the field of lupus research. The mentorship requirement provides valuable connections and often leads to identifying future opportunities. Many of the mentors have established cohorts of their own and are well recognized in the field.
Request for Applications
Please visit our RFA page. Information about the 2021 award cycle will be posted in January.
For more information, please contact Ashley Marion at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recipients of the Career Development Award explain how this award supports their education and training while enabling them to expand their research into the causes of lupus and finding ways to improve the quality of life for people living with this disease.