Pelotonia Fellowship Application System
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Pelotonia, the annual grassroots bicycle tour established in 2009 to raise money for cancer research at the OSUCCC – James, has generated more than $156 million through rider pledges and donations. Thanks to the generous underwriters of the event, every dollar raised by riders since Pelotonia began goes to help our researchers translate scientific discoveries to innovative patient care and prevention strategies that contribute to Pelotonia's single goal of ending cancer. This includes the Pelotonia Fellowship Program that trains promising and accomplished undergraduate, graduate, medical and postdoctoral students from any discipline at Ohio State who have the potential to become independent cancer researchers.

To join the more than 440 fellows, start the online application process below.

See the IMPACT Pelotonia is making toward a cancer free world.

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Information Required for the Application

  • Current Address and Hometown
  • Your Demographic Information
  • Your NIH-Format Biosketch and Academic History
  • Name, Email Address, and NIH-Format Biosketch of your Mentor (and co-mentor if applicable)
  • Name and Email Address of Someone Who Can Provide a Letter of Support
  • Dates of Previous Pelotonia Fellowship Applications
  • Your Research Proposal

    The research proposal document must be written in single spaced 11 point Arial font, with margins of 0.5 inch.

    *If this is a re-submission, please submit a ½ page description of what has changed since the last submission

    Title of Project

    Project Summary (up to 1 page)

    Abstract (350 words maximum): Provide an executive summary of the project, including overall goal, methodology and significance, for a lay audience.

    Impact/Innovation: Tell us how your goals will have an impact on cancer research.

    Project Description (up to 3 pages not including bibiolography).

    Suggested Headings:

    • Specific Aims
    • Background and Significance
    • Preliminary Investigation
    • Experiment Design Methods