Awards and Grants
CSL Behring is committed to advancing scientific knowledge, fostering excellence, and supporting future medical researchers. We also support advocacy work of rare disease patient groups.
Prof. Heimburger Award
Professor Dr. Norbert Heimburger, a CSL Behring employee for over three decades, devoted his work to blood coagulation during which time, he characterized and purified a large number of plasma proteins.Learn More
CSL Behring is committed to saving lives and improving the quality of life for people with rare and serious diseases worldwide. This commitment is reflected in the support for investigator-initiated studies (IIS) that advance medical and scientific knowledge of CSL Behring products and the diseases they are designed to treat. CSL Behring also supports innovative clinical and basic science studies that address important medical and scientific questions related to our therapeutic areas of interest.
Independent Medical Education Grants
Independent Medical Education Grants are the cornerstone of supporting our patients by providing funds for the continuing medical education of healthcare professionals. Grants are issued in support of programs that include, but are not limited to, medical seminars and symposia, grand rounds, sessions at physician specialty meetings and conventions, and programs for which continuing medical education credits are approved.
Publication Grants are limited grants provided to investigators to support publishing retrospective data that advances science and medical knowledge across CSL Behring's areas of focus in the form of manuscripts, abstracts, and related posters or oral presentations.
Material Transfer Requests
CSL Behring supports Material Transfer (MT) of post-approval product in limited quantity via the Material Transfer Agreement (MTA). MT requests must undergo a thorough internal review process to ensure the protection of the intellectual property of CSL Behring.
About our Patient Advocacy
No one knows their condition and the barriers they face better than our patients, and we believe in enabling them to be their own best advocates for better care. We offer a unique advocacy program that helps at the patient organization level.
These $10,000 grants are intended to help promote and develop advocacy development on the local level by helping further an existing advocacy initiative; providing assistance in developing a new initiative; or building a grassroots database, for example. LEAD Grants enable local organizations to implement special advocacy initiatives.Learn More