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Biogen Idec Medical Education

Important Information
HEMOPHILIA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
To learn more about the Hemophilia Scholarship program, please click here.

MS AND HEMOPHILIA EDUCATIONAL GRANTS (HCP & PATIENT PROGRAMS)
Now accepting Cycle B-2014 applications with event dates on or after August 31, 2014.
Please refer to the Cycle Calendar for more information regarding cycle deadlines and decision dates.

Please note that Patient Education should now be submitted using the Charitable Contribution application.


CYCLE B-2014 AREAS OF INTEREST
Multiple Sclerosis HCP AOIs
Multiple Sclerosis Patient AOIs
Hemophilia HCP AOIs
Hemophilia Patient AOIs
SPONSORSHIPS AND EXHIBITS/DISPLAYS
Now accepting applications with event dates on or after
SCIENTIFIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Now accepting applications with event dates on or after
Commitment to Those We Serve

The Biogen Idec Grants Office supports programs and initiatives that offer the Healthcare Professional (HCP) and Patient communities with information on disease prevention, diagnosis, and management. Independent and balanced information on the latest discoveries about disease states and treatment options helps HCPs make high quality decisions and achieve better patient health outcomes.

We believe it is critical for HCPs to continue their medical education and understand the scientific and therapeutic advances in certain disease states. By funding independent medical educational programs, we help HCPs enhance their knowledge, competence, and performance in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases where clinical practice gaps exist. Evidence-based independent education helps close these gaps.

The Grants Office strives to build deep connections within Patient communities by supporting initiatives that empower and support patients, family members, and caregivers. Another aspect of our mission is to address unmet community funding needs related to requests for patient educational grants, corporate sponsorships, exhibit opportunities, and charitable contributions.