In furtherance of its mission to improve the health of patients and the advancement of medicine, Lexicon supports independent medical education provided by accredited medical education providers in the following therapeutic areas:

  • Carcinoid Syndrome
  • Neuroendocrine tumors (NETs)

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Grant requests may include funding for live presentations, written enduring materials, online courses and conference symposia.

Grant requests should identify an unmet educational need in one of the above therapeutic areas and demonstrate how the program will address those unmet needs and foster improvements in the medical community.

Overview of the Lexicon Continuing Medical Education Grant Request Process:

Complete our online application - You will receive a receipt of notification once your grant request application has been submitted and received by Lexicon.

Grant applications meeting the above criteria will be reviewed and assessed in accordance with Lexicon’s goals to assist physicians and other healthcare professionals to improve patient healthcare and the advancement of medical education. If a grant is accepted, a notification along with a letter of agreement (LOA) will be sent to you. The LOA must be signed and returned to Lexicon prior to the start date of the program. All grant recipients must abide by the terms of the LOA.

When your program end date has passed, you will receive a notification to log into the grant request system and reconcile your budget with your actual expenditures. Unused funds must be returned to Lexicon. Please Note:

Lexicon is accepting medical education grant requests from US based organizations only.

Lexicon has a rolling review process for all grant applications, therefore, there is no specific deadline for submissions. However, all grant requests should be submitted at least 60 days prior to the date you require a decision and at least 60 days prior to the program start date.