ABC2 funds projects at each stage of the drug development pipeline to ensure promising leads are advanced as quickly as possible. Our pre-clinical screening program breaks down barriers to entry, our academic grants focus on novel therapies, and our industry investments bring the most promising treatments to patients quickly.
We believe innovation and solid research should not linger in research labs. Since speed counts, rather than simply issuing a yearly request for proposals (RFP) we are constantly scouting research labs for advances which can be translated into new treatments for patients. We look for proposals which identify a clear problem and layout a clear roadmap to find a solution.
Writing A Brain Tumor Research Proposal
We appreciate research summaries that convey as much information as possible in as few words as possible. We ask you to limit your initial research summary to 1,000 words or fewer. If your ideas align well with our strategic vision, we will contact you to obtain additional information.
Your proposal should directly address the following questions:
Summarize your research idea in one sentence.
What is the problem you are seeking to solve?
How is your approach unique?
What advances, if any, have occurred that make this project possible at this particular time?
Describe your research and development plan. If your idea were to work, what’s next?
Team & Partners
Who are the key members of your team? Who else will you work with to advance this idea?
Resources & Financials
What level of funding will you need to make this happen? Beyond funding, what other support might we be able to provide?
Describe what you see as your most significant challenge.
More than anything else, we care about impact. Explain how your proposed research will help brain cancer patients.