Medical Education and Grants
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SpringWorks supports corporate memberships, medical education, and sponsorships to educate healthcare providers across the multidisciplinary team and advance medical care and scientific research for patients with severe rare diseases and cancer. SpringWorks accepts both non-solicited grant requests within our areas of educational interest and solicited grant requests in response to our listed Request for Proposals. Grant requests are reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year, funding permitting.
Applicant and Grant Funding Types
Additional information on SpringWorks types of support:
Corporate Membership: Funding to medical or scientific professional organizations or societies, patient advocacy organizations, or trade organizations intended to establish a medical or scientific partnership.
Medical Education: Funding to medical schools or teaching hospitals, medical or scientific societies, patient advocacy organizations, medical education communication companies, or other medical education providers intended for independent medical education (IME), including, but not limited to, accredited independent medical education (CME/CE).
Sponsorship: Funding to medical schools or teaching hospitals, medical or scientific professional organizations or societies, patient advocacy organizations, or other non-profit organizations intended to advance medical or scientific initiatives, including, but not limited to, medical or scientific congress or meeting support, exhibit space, product advertising, or promotional programs or activities.
SpringWorks does not support the following:
non-accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®)
Areas of educational interest
- Desmoid Tumors
- Neurofibromatosis Type 1 Plexiform Neurofibromas (NF1-PN)
SpringWorks uses the CyberGrants application management system. You may access and apply for grant funding here.
SpringWorks follows regulatory policies outlined by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Compliance Guidelines, the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) guidance regarding industry-supported scientific and educational activities, and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®). Under federal and state laws, SpringWorks must track and disclose certain expenditures directed to healthcare providers under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMC), National Physician Payment Transparency Program (“Sunshine Act” or “Open Payments”) as applicable for payments or transfers of value to physicians or US-based teaching hospitals. External funding by SpringWorks is not provided as an incentive to recommend or prescribe a SpringWorks product. SpringWorks Therapeutics reserves the right to change the classification of a grant request to align with established company definitions.
Please take time to consider how your program fits within established laws, regulations, and guidelines before submitting a request.
For questions regarding grants and funding policies, or to request information on the status of a grant request, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.