This blog post is by METAvivor board member Karin Petrocelli. Despite entering hospice care in December 2019, Karin has persevered and run this year's Southwest Florida Metsquerade which has raised nearly $200,000 for research in 2018 and 2019. We love the passion of our volunteers and their desire to fund research for metastatic breast cancer. Karin defines, with grace and humility, the very best of the best.
The new deadline for the Early Career Investigator LOI will be March 24, 2020 and the Translational Research LOI will be March 25, 2020.
Guest blogger and METAvivor President, Michael Kovarik, talks about his experience as a man living with Metastatic Breast Cancer and how honored and proud he is to be a part of METAvivor.
METAvivor Research and Support announces a new slate of officers for 2020 and new Board Members.
The application portal opens February 18, 2020.
The goal of METAvivor’s Research Award is to provide a supporting foundation for basic, translational, and clinical research designed to address critical problems or barriers to progress in the field of metastatic breast cancer. These awards can be also be discovery based as well for advanced research projects with more well-established/validated models, molecules, pathways, biomarkers, treatments, etc.