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Educational Areas

AstraZeneca and Medimmune are committed to supporting quality independent education that:
  • Meet an educational need by providing information designed to assist health care professionals in their efforts to enhance patient care
  • Further the understanding of emerging therapies based on a documented unmet need
  • Incorporate evidence-based medicine in the program objectives and methodology
  • Assist health care professionals in carrying out diagnosis and treatment strategies more effectively and efficiently
  • Support the efforts of health care professionals to broaden patient knowledge and awareness of disease states and treatment options
  • Address performance and quality improvement

We focus our support where there is the greatest need in areas that overlap with our areas of interest.

We have incorporated Call for Grant Applications into our process. Please check Call for Grant link on the homepage for grant submission details.

CARDIOVASCULAR
Currently Accepting Applications in Response to Call for Grants
Atherosclerosis - CGA closed
Dyslipidemia - CGA closed
Acute Coronary Syndrome

ENDOCRINOLOGY
Currently Accepting Applications in Response to Call for Grants

Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Lipodystrophy


INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Currently not Accepting Applications
Influenza - CGA closed
Pediatric Respiratory Viral Disease (RSV) - CGA closed
Pediatric Fellowships  - CGA closed

NEUROLOGY / PAIN
Currently Accepting Applications in Response to Call for Grants
Opioid-Induced Constipation

ONCOLOGY
Currently Accepting Applications in Response to Call for Grants
Metastatic Breast Cancer - CGA closed
Medullary Thyroid Cancer - CGA closed
Ovarian Cancer
Immuno-Oncology
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

RESPIRATORY
COPD
Asthma

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Scientific or educational activities designed to educate research scientists, principal researchers, drug development professionals, academics, pre-doctoral students, doctoral students and fellows. These programs must be educational and non-promotional in nature and planned, designed and implemented in accordance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Guidance on Industry-Supported Scientific and Educational Activities.


RHEUMATOLOGY / IMMUNOLOGY
/ AUTOIMMUNE
Currently Accepting Applications in Response to Call for Grants
Gout
 
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