Medical education grants

Supporting medical education for our healthcare community

Seagen is committed to supporting innovative independent medical education (IME) for healthcare professionals and patients. We provide grants in support of accredited and unaccredited medical education programs that address unmet medical needs, foster clinical excellence, and improve health outcomes.

Our areas of interest

At the moment, we seek to support medical and patient education in the following therapeutic areas:

  • Hodgkin lymphoma (United States and Canada only)
  • Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (United States and Canada only)
  • Urothelial carcinoma
  • Cervical cancer
  • Breast cancer

How to apply for a medical education grant

All requests for funding must be submitted through our online grant management system. Please note that applications must be completed at least 60 days prior to the start of the program. When submitting an application, you will need to create an online account and provide the following information:

  • A program description
  • Needs assessment
  • Educational objectives
  • Detailed activity information
  • Detailed budget
  • Documentation, including a letter of request, a grant proposal, a W-9 form, and a Certificate of Accreditation (if applying for an accredited program)

You will receive an email confirmation when your application is received. You can check the status of an application at any time by signing into your account through our online grant management system or contacting grants@seagen.com.

If your grant is approved, you will receive an email notification and a Letter of Agreement to complete and sign. You will also be required to provide information about outcomes and budget reconciliation when your Seagen-supported medical education activity concludes.

Grant policies

When applying for a grant, here are some important policies to be mindful of:

  • Grants cannot be provided to individuals
  • Seagen will only consider funding medical education programs that are balanced and scientifically rigorous
  • All funding provided by Seagen may not be associated in any way with the use, purchase, prescription, or recommendation of any current or future Seagen products

Seagen adheres to the guidelines of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and FDA Guidance for Industry-Supported Scientific and Educational Activities and does not influence or control the content of any educational program it supports.