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Opportunity profile: Wising up to blood cancer

Medical charity Bloodwise offers Project Grants of up to £250,000 for research on improving the care of blood-cancer patients. James Brooks spoke to Matt Kaiser, its head of research, to pick up some tips for the next funding round.

Formerly known as Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research, Bloodwise supports short and long-term funding of laboratory-based research, career-development awards and clinical trials.

The current round of Project Grants—which are awarded for up to three years, usually for the support of one technician, research assistant or post-doctoral scientist to carry out a clearly defined project—closes on 4 March. Proposals will be considered by the research committee in June and the board of trustees in July.

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