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We are pleased to announce the AGA Research Foundation is now accepting applications for its 2024 research awards. Complete award details, including sample applications and tips for applying can be found here

Don’t let this opportunity pass you by — mark the deadlines in your calendar today and start working on your application to become a part of AGA’s prestigious awardee community!

Now accepting applications through Sept. 13 

This award provides $40,000 for one year to an early career investigator who currently holds a career development award devoted to conducting research related to digestive cancer. Learn more.

This award provides $100,000 over two years to an established investigator working on novel approaches in gastric cancer research. Learn more.

This award provides $130,000 over two years to clinical or postdoctoral fellows seeking to protect time for clinical or translational research in preparation for careers as independent investigators in digestive disease disciplines. Learn more.

Thank you to Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and Pfizer, Inc., for sponsoring the fellowship-to-faculty transition awards.

This award provides $30,000 for one year to faculty investigators at any career stage researching new directions in gastroenterology- or hepatology-related areas. Available awards include:

  • 5 topically unrestricted awards
  • 3 IBD-specific awards
  • 3 NASH-specific awards

Learn more here.

Thank you to Pfizer, Inc., for sponsoring pilot research awards.

Applications open Aug. 10 - Dec. 5

This award provides $100,000 per year for three years (totaling $300,000) to early-career faculty (i.e., investigator, instructor, research associate or equivalent) working toward an independent career in digestive disease research. Total available awards include:

  • 5 unrestricted awards
  • 1 IBD-specific award

Thank you to Bristol Myers Squibb Company for sponsoring a Research Scholar Award.

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