Each application is question driven to guide you to the appropriate application type. For further questions, reach out to us at 877.313.5778.
Please visit the specific funding type on http://funding.gene.com for restrictions and requirements.
It depends. Genentech may consider an international medical education program if the majority of the audience is US physicians and the organization requesting the funding is located in the United States.
Genentech/Roche will consider funding requests in the following disease states:
Genentech maintains specific guidelines regarding the manner in which grant supported enduring materials are distributed to healthcare professions. These guidelines state that Genentech can only support the dissemination of enduring materials directly to recipients who have specifically requested them.
Funding requests must be submitted at least 60 days prior to the start of the Program/event date.
Yes, you may save the request and come back to it later. In order to do so, all fields on the current page must be populated for the information to be saved.
No, Genentech does not provide retroactive funding. Requests for support must be submitted to Genentech at least 60 days in advance of the activity.
No. All funding requests must be submitted through the online funding portal at http://funding.gene.com.
If you have budget line items that are not in the dropdown menu, please use Category "Miscellaneous" and Sub-Category "Other" . Please include a description in the "Explanation" column.
If your organization does not have audited financials and/or Form 990s for the last 3 years, you may submit a document with an explanation instead.
All requests for funding from Genentech must include a referenced needs assessment that clearly defines the unmet educational need or gap the activity will address. Once the educational need is determined, a documented Needs Assessment is general linked to the formulated Learning Objectives for the program. The needs assessment must be documented and referenced. For a Needs Assessment Guideline, click here
Genentech is interested in understanding elements of activity execution. The purpose of this understanding is not to exercise any level of control over the activity, but to assess whether the elements of the proposed activity are consistent with the provider's stated objectives and their ability to achieve them. For general guidelines for the type of information to be included in an implementation plan, please click here.
No. Clinical trials and associated correlative research involving or undertaken in relation to Genentech products (whether investigational and/or approved) are out of scope. For clinical trials involving Genentech’s products please contact a medical science liaison by completing this form: http://www.gene.com/medical-professionals/medinfo/request-office-visit
No. We have no formatting restrictions of any kind. Applicants are encouraged to upload a detailed grant application as an attachment prior to submitting the application.
Yes. We have no limits on salary or fringe benefits.
No. For the full list of funding requirements and restrictions, please see http://funding.gene.com.
No. There is no minimum % of effort for the PI. For the full list of funding requirements and restrictions, please see http://funding.gene.com.
Create a new account on behalf the new username and email at email@example.com providing your new username, old username and organization name and tax ID #.
No. Each individual grant submitted to Genentech will be evaluated on its own merit. Please do not consider any grant request approved until you receive an email confirmation from Genentech and a Letter of Agreement that has been accepted by all parties.
Changes to organization details must be requested via email. Please submit your funding request and once completed, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with request ID and registered email address (username). Once your organization profile has been unlocked for edit, you will recieve a Request for Additional Info (RFI) to update your information.
Once a final decision has been made, the Authorized Signer will be notified via email.
No. The CGN is originating from the charitable arm of Genentech Inc.
An RFI (Request for additional info) is sent if additional information is needed to continue our review process. The owner of the request will be contacted and will have 10 business days to respond.
You may contact the Genentech Funding Request Support line from 8am - 5pm PST, Monday - Friday at (877) 313-5778. You can also email us at email@example.com.
Genentech logo can only be used if a grant has been approved and the Letter of Agreement has been signed. Please reference the Letter of Agreement for logo guidelines.
Contact us at 877.313.5778 number for all LOA inquiries.
Yes. You can print a copy of their request after the confirmation page and anytime post submission.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your funding request ID # and activity changes.
If the scope of your program or activity changes, you may access the status report area within the Genentech funding request system at any time and answer the related questions. This will trigger a notification to Genentech's medical education grants manager who will review the scope changes and assess whether Genentech will continue to fund the activity.
Genentech prohibits grant requestors and their educational partners (e.g., third party providers) from performing promotional activities for Genentech while also contributing to, providing or accrediting independent medical education (IME) funded in whole or part by Genentech, unless there is sufficient separation (firewalls) between the grant requestor's or partner's promotional and medical education business units.
Before a grant request is considered, the grant requestor must certify to Genentech that it and all its educational partners adhere to a firewall policy that is in compliance with Genentech's firewall criteria, an overview of which may be found below. All requestors must complete a Firewall Certification Form when registering online with Genentech's Funding Request System and must re-certify compliance annually.
Exhibit opportunities include booth space, or other space where Genentech staff may distribute appropriate promotional materials, and where these opportunities may be purchased separately from the any grant support.
Grant funding may not be used for promotional exhibits, so we ask this question to ensure that exhibit fees are not included in the grant request. However, exhibit opportunities may be offered to and paid for by other Genentech departments, including field sales.
Whether or not an exhibit opportunity is available has no impact on the grant decision process.
In the event that an exhibit opportunity is offered in conjunction with an independent medical education event, providers are expected to follow ACCME guidelines.
If you receive an error message when uploading your organization’s W9, please email email@example.com and include your organization’s name, tax ID #, and attach the W9.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to change your authorized signer. Please provide your funding request ID # and new authorized signer contact information.
Email email@example.com and provide your funding request ID # and your username.
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NOTICE: We have made some updates and additions to our grant applications for Healthcare Charitable Giving, Philanthropic Charitable Giving, Scientific Projects, and Fellowships. Please consult the appropriate Tip Sheets as needed, or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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