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May 12, 2021

Genetech 2021 Independent Medical Education Call for Grant Notification

The Independent Medical Education team at Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, invites accredited educational providers to submit applications for independent, certified medical education grants subject to the terms described below. This Call for Grants Notification (CGN) provides public notice of the availability of funds in a general topic area for activities for which recognized scientific or educational needs exist and funding is available.

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Purpose: As part of Genentech’s scientific mission, Genentech supports grants for independent medical education that aim to improve patient care by focusing on the improved application of knowledge, competence, and performance among healthcare professionals. This mission is achieved by supporting quality independent education that addresses evidence-based, bona fide educational gaps in accordance with the ACCME, AMA, PhRMA Code, OIG and FDA guidance.

Notification: Genentech CGNs are made available through our online Genentech Funding Request System (gFRS) site along with the websites for the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp). In addition, an email is distributed to all registered gFRS users who have previously applied for support of an independent education activity. The email distribution list may not always be up to date. Please periodically check our online Genentech Funding Request System (gFRS) site to stay informed on current funding priorities. There have been no predetermined approvals, nor any identified preferred educational providers. All submissions will be reviewed equally and thoroughly.

Upcoming deadline: May 26, 2021 - Download the PDF for full details.

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