Building on the success of the program in previous years, again in 2016 the iCMLf offers seed funding to hematology institutions in emerging economic regions to build local capacity for CML testing. From the applications this year the iCMLf Directors have selected 10 projects for seed funding to build CML capacity in the emerging regions. Countries include; Armenia, Georgia, India, Kenya, Nepal, Pakistan, Senegal, Tanzania and Togo.
The successful centres are the following:
Building on the previous success’ of this iCMLf program, in 2014 the Foundation again offers numerous grants to hematology institutions in emerging economic regions. These grants are for projects in hospitals or research organisations that will increase local access to CML diagnostics, thereby building local capacity.
From the 23 applications this year the iCMLf Directors have selected 9 Phase I projects and 4 Phase II projects to be funded. The phase I seeding grants comprise funding of up to $10,000. Phase II funding is for previous awardees that have achieved outstanding results with initial funds and can be up to $20,000.
The iCMLf is delighted to announce the winners of the 2014 grants to the following centres from 10 different countries.