Berlex Foundation

433 Hackensack Avenue
9th Floor
Hackensack, NJ
07601
Phone: 201-342-5300
Email: bcfoundation@cbcbiomed.com
Url: http://www.berlex-foundation.org

Primary Contact:
Ms. Lana Lisanti, Email: LLisanti@cbcbiomed.com

Geographic Scope:
National

Type of Organization: Corporate Foundation

Total Annual Giving:  Not Available

Grant Details:
Varies by program

Eligibility Requirements:
  Individual researchers

Application Deadlines:
Varies by program

Areas of Interest:
The Berlex Foundation is dedicated to fostering education and encouraging innovative research in the field of reproductive medicine.

The Foundation supports a wide spectrum of research awards and educational programs including:

The Berlex Scholar Award in Basic Science Research
This award provides the opportunity for clinician-investigators who wish to initiate new studies or who are currently conducting promising basic science research in the area of reproductive medicine to continue work on their projects for an additional year.

The Berlex Scholar Award in Clinical Research
This award is intended to support studies that are specifically focused on clinical research in obstetrics and gynecology. Its goal is to promote excellent clinical research by young investigators in the areas of diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.

The Berlex Junior Faculty Development Workshop
This program provides individuals with the opportunity to participate in a week-long intensive workshop concentrating on epidemiology, clinical trial design, statistical analysis, and skills necessary for publication in the peer-reviewed literature.

The Reproductive Scientist Development Program (RSDP)
This is a national postdoctoral career development program designed for young obstetrician-gynecologists who are committed to careers in academic medicine. The program provides two to three years support of full-time basic research under the mentorship of internationally recognized senior scientists.

In addition, each year the Foundation sponsors the C.D. Christian Lectureship at the annual meeting of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation. This award has made it possible for internationally distinguished scientists to share their insights and experiences with colleagues in the area of reproductive medicine.

For details about each program, visit the website.

Application Procedures:
Application guidelines are available on the website, or may be requested from the Foundation at the address listed above.

Berlex Foundation

433 Hackensack Avenue
9th Floor
Hackensack, NJ
07601
Phone: 201-342-5300
Email: bcfoundation@cbcbiomed.com
Url: http://www.berlex-foundation.org

Primary Contact:
Ms. Lana Lisanti, Email: LLisanti@cbcbiomed.com

Geographic Scope:
National

Type of Organization: Corporate Foundation

Total Annual Giving:  Not Available

Grant Details:
Varies by program

Eligibility Requirements:
  Individual researchers

Application Deadlines:
Varies by program

Areas of Interest:
The Berlex Foundation is dedicated to fostering education and encouraging innovative research in the field of reproductive medicine.

The Foundation supports a wide spectrum of research awards and educational programs including:

The Berlex Scholar Award in Basic Science Research
This award provides the opportunity for clinician-investigators who wish to initiate new studies or who are currently conducting promising basic science research in the area of reproductive medicine to continue work on their projects for an additional year.

The Berlex Scholar Award in Clinical Research
This award is intended to support studies that are specifically focused on clinical research in obstetrics and gynecology. Its goal is to promote excellent clinical research by young investigators in the areas of diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.

The Berlex Junior Faculty Development Workshop
This program provides individuals with the opportunity to participate in a week-long intensive workshop concentrating on epidemiology, clinical trial design, statistical analysis, and skills necessary for publication in the peer-reviewed literature.

The Reproductive Scientist Development Program (RSDP)
This is a national postdoctoral career development program designed for young obstetrician-gynecologists who are committed to careers in academic medicine. The program provides two to three years support of full-time basic research under the mentorship of internationally recognized senior scientists.

In addition, each year the Foundation sponsors the C.D. Christian Lectureship at the annual meeting of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation. This award has made it possible for internationally distinguished scientists to share their insights and experiences with colleagues in the area of reproductive medicine.

For details about each program, visit the website.

Application Procedures:
Application guidelines are available on the website, or may be requested from the Foundation at the address listed above.