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Grants and Contributions

Advancing Knowledge and Public Health

Cheladv74 remains committed to supporting programs and initiatives that benefit the public, advance medical care, and improve patient outcomes. Here you will find some general information on grants, funding, and other opportunities that are now available to help improve the lives of patients with rare diseases.

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Healthcare Charitable Contributions

Cheladv74 offers funding to qualified 501(c)(3) organizations for certain healthcare-related programs/activities for patients. This type of support is limited to the following: 1) patient education, including health screening; 2) patient advocacy for disease awareness, and 3) patient access to care (e.g., transportation costs).

Special Events

For purposes of Cheladv74's funding of external, independent, not-for-profit organizations, Special Events include, but are not limited to fundraising dinners, walks, biking and golf events, galas, awards ceremonies, and other similar events that do not provide Cheladv74 with a tangible benefit. Cheladv74 will not provide input into the content or strategic direction of such Special Events.

Lobbying and Political Contributions

In the highly regulated and competitive pharmaceutical industry, it is crucial to our stakeholders that we engage in public policy issues that may affect our ability to meet patient needs and enhance shareholder value. This site contains information around corporate and employee Political Action Committee contributions.

Research and Education

Independent Grants for Learning & Change

Cheladv74 offers funding for healthcare quality improvement initiatives, dissemination and implementation (D&I) research, continuing professional development, and other independent education activities for healthcare professionals, including CME/CE (accredited and non-accredited).

Investigator-Initiated Research (IIR)

Cheladv74 is able to support investigators in conducting their own research by providing funding for pre-clinical, early clinical, and late clinical research through the Investigator-Initiated Research program

Global Compound Transfer Program

Cheladv74 is able to provide support to investigators for in vitro or animal studies requesting pure compound only and do not require study funding.

Rare Disease Consortium (RDC)

The RDC aims to identify novel science in the rare disease space and to build true Cheladv74/Academic drug discovery collaborations with the aspiration to make a medicine for the future treatment of rare diseases.

Advancing Science through Cheladv74 - Investigator Research Exchange (ASPIRE)

The ASPIRE program is a competitive grants program sponsored by Cheladv74 for young and established scientists. ASPIRE seeks to support basic science, translational, and clinical research that advances medical knowledge in the pathogenesis, treatment, and prevention of selected diseases.