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Fellowships & Grant Opportunities

Due Date

Source

Specialty 

Name

Amount   

Additional Information

8/2019

AAS

General Surgery

Association of Academic Surgeons – Trainee Research Fellowship Awards

1 year for $20K – one year may be used for salary support for direct-cost research expenditures

Travel awards and research fellowship.  Research awards in global surgery, basic science/translational research, clinical outcomes/health services, and educational research (education is NEW category).  

9/2019

ACSRS

General Surgery

American College of Surgeons Resident Research Scholarships

$30K, renewable for 2nd year contingent upon progress report and research study protocol for year 2

The total amount is to support the research of the recipient and may be used for salary or stipend, research materials, and travel related to the research.

6/2019

ASEF

General Surgery

Association for Surgical Education Foundation – Center for Excellence in Surgical Education, Research and Training (CESERT)

1 or 2 year - $5K to $25K depending upon category  To advance surgical education. 

5/2019

SUS

General Surgery

Society of University Surgeons – SUS Resident Research Scholar Awards

1 year, $30K – salary & other costs

Intended for residents in any of the surgical disciplines who are doing basic/translational, clinical, health services, surgical education, or bioengineering/information technology research.

Ongoing submissions

AHRQ-KO1

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) – Mentored Research Scientist Career Development Award - KO1

 

See current funding opportunities

3-5 years of post-graduate research support. 

For support of a postdoctoral or early career research scientists committed to research, in need of both advanced research training and additional experience.

8/2019

AHA

Cardiac Surgery 

American Heart Association – Western States Postdoctoral Fellowship

$63K to $159K; 1 – 3 years w/ maximum of 4 years

The AHA funds basic, clinical, behavioral, translational and population research, bioengineering/ biotechnology and public health problems broadly related to fulfilling our mission to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.

8/2019

ASCRS

Colorectal

American Society of Colorectal Surgeons – General Surgery Resident Research Initiation Grant

$20K, 1-2 years

The purpose of the General Surgery Resident Research Initiation Grant is to attract General Surgery Residents or recent Graduates of such programs into the field of Colon and Rectal Surgery by providing opportunities to engage in clinical or laboratory-based research focused on diseases of the colon, rectum and anus.

Spring/Summer

Nov (LOI)

Application: Jan

Award:  June

Fall Winter

May (LOI)

Application:  June 

Award:  December 

CCFA

Colorectal

Crohn’s Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) Research Fellowship Award

1 – 3 years.  Up to $58,250 per year

Objective: Research Fellowship Awards are intended to support individuals in the post-doctoral phase of their career, to develop skills related to basic and/or clinical investigation in the field of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), or Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

There are two application cycles annually for this award.  See dates in column 1 for letter of intent (LOI)

Fall 2019

SAGES

Gastroenterology Surgery

Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons

$60,000 to support travel, salary support, and/or tuition.

Description:  The focus of this SAGES Foundation supported award is to provide funding for a junior faculty surgeon or surgeon-in-training for the development of critical skills required for their academic career in gastrointestinal and endoscopic surgery. The intent of this award is to provide a period of protected time equivalent to 6 months without clinical obligations. This can take the form of a delay in the start of a faculty role, ongoing residency training, a reduced clinical role for supplemental training/traveling fellowships, or intensive organized educational activities. 

Not reported

AHPBA

Gastroenterology Surgery

Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association

The amount of each award is $30,000.

The Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association is pleased to sponsor two AHPBA Research Fellowship Grants. The purpose of this award is to provide the opportunity for a resident or fellow to spend one year of full time research under the mentorship of an AHPBA member. Residents or fellows who have completed at least two years of post-graduate training in a surgical discipline are eligible to apply. The research can be clinical, outcomes, translational, or basic science, but must focus on the liver, pancreas, or biliary tree. 

2019 cycle now closed

AFSH

Hand Surgery

American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand (AFSH) Clinical Research Grant

Each two-year clinical grant selected will receive a $40,000 award (direct costs only).  

The American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) and the American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand  (AFSH) have established grant funding to encourage young investigators to perform clinical research studies.  Our goal is to enable investigators to initiate pilot projects that will lead to subsequent funding from other sources such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Start 8/2019

Due 9/2019

Starts 7/2020

  International - Global Health

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship

Also see:  Program in Global Surgery & Social Change

This is a two-year position for those who are currently in surgical training or residency (see adjacent column).  

 The Program in Global Surgery and Social Change (PGSSC) is a collaborative effort between the Harvard teaching hospitals, Harvard Medical School/ Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) and Partners In Health (PIH). Through the Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowships and Research Associate positions, it aims to empower surgeons, surgical trainees and medical students around the world with the skills they need to improve the health of some of the world's most impoverished people through education & training, research and advocacy.

This is a two-year position for those who are currently in surgical training or residency (U.S and international), and who wish to take time off during their training to conduct research pertinent to global surgery, anesthesia, and obstetrics and gynecology care as well as advocate for said research, education, and policy development in the field of global surgery in resource poor settings around the world.

10/2019

  International - Global Health

Fulbright/Fogarty Fellowship

Salary support varies according to host country and principal investigator. 

Fogarty has partnered with the Fulbright Program, the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government, to promote the expansion of research in public health and clinical research in resource-limited settings for medical and graduate students.

In 2019, placements are available in the Sub-Saharan Africa:  Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Uganda.  Western Hemisphere:  Guatemala. 

11/2019

  International - Global Health

GloCal Health Fellowship

12-month mentored research fellowship

12-month stipend support

Health insurance (U.S. trainees)

$15,000 for research funding

Travel costs to and from international field site

UCGHI’s GloCal Health Fellowship provides aspiring global health researchers with outstanding interdisciplinary education and training in innovative research designed to improve health for populations around the world.

Now accepting applications for its 2020-21 program, GloCal is recruiting individuals interested in HIV research, non-HIV-related mental health research and other global health priority research areas such as women’s health, planetary health and non-communicable diseases. The fellowship is designed for: US doctoral students, professional students and postdoctoral fellows, as well as foreign postdoctoral fellows from affiliated international sites in low- and middle-income countries.

2/2019 next cycle will be for Fall 2020

Ward Grant: June 1 & notification by end of June

ASLMS

Laser Medicine & Surgery

American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)

A. Ward Ford Memorial Research Grant

ASLMS Research Grant:  $70,000 for one year

A. Ward Grant:  1 year; grants up to $65,000.  

The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS) supports research projects designed to foster the development and use of lasers and other related technologies in medical and surgical applications. While the best research projects will be given priority for funding, a concerted effort will be made to award a balance of basic science and clinical research.

11/2019

NIH - LRP

National Institute for Health (NIH)

NIH Loan Repayment Program

Award is $50,000 

The congressionally mandated NIMHD Loan Repayment Program (LRP) offers loan repayment awards of up to $50,000 per year to health professionals with doctoral degrees (e.g., M.D., D.D.S., Ph.D., Dr.P.H.). Awardees must conduct health disparities or clinical research in nonfederal research settings for at least two years. The program aims to increase the pool of highly qualified researchers who conduct health disparities research.

Two loan repayment opportunities for research in health disparities and clinical research areas on the origins or effects of a disease or health condition.  

9/5 – Cycle 1

1/5 – Cycle 2

4/5 – Cycle 3

  National Institute for Health (NIH)

NIH F-32 Grant, Individual NRSA - UCSF

Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) – Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship – NIH link

Consult with your program mentor regarding guidance on applying for this funding mechanism.  

Up to 3 years

Additional Salary Support for fellows supported by the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) – through F32 individual NRSA. 

The purpose of the postdoctoral fellowship (F32) award is to provide support to promising postdoctoral applicants who have the potential to become productive and successful independent research investigators. The proposed postdoctoral training must offer an opportunity to enhance the applicant's understanding of the health-related sciences, and must be within the broad scope of biomedical, behavioral, or clinical research or other specific disciplines relevant to the research mission of the participating NIH Institutes and Centers. Applicants with a health professional doctoral degree may use the proposed postdoctoral training to satisfy a portion of the degree requirements for a master's degree, a research doctoral degree or any other advanced research degree program.

Fall - 

Varies by funding opportunity

AACR

Oncology

American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

$100,000 to $110,000

1 to 3 years

Four to five AACR Postdoctoral Fellowships are open to Postdoctoral and Clinical Research Fellows working at academic facility, teaching hospital, or research institute.  

Since establishing its grant program in 1993, the AACR has awarded more than $425 million in funding to more than 800 scientists for cancer research projects that aim to advance the understanding and treatment of cancer. Our grants support researchers, both domestically and abroad, at every stage of their career, representing a global commitment to understanding, preventing, diagnosing, and treating cancer.

April

October

ACS

Oncology

American Cancer Society Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Progressive stipends of $53K, $54K, and $56K

Maybe 3 years

Other benefits:

$4K fellowship allowance per year;

$1,500 allowance to attend ACS Postdoctoral fellows symposium;

Option for 12 week paid maternity/paternity leave for new parents.

Researchers who are within 3 years of receiving a doctoral degree may apply for initial funding to start training for an independent career in cancer research (including basic, preclinical, clinical, cancer control, psychosocial, behavioral, epidemiology, health services and health policy research). 

11/2019

  Other

AP Giannini Foundation

Stipend for salary support only. 

Stipends are:

Year 1- $55K

Year 2 - $56K

Year 3 - $57K

The Fellowship & Career Development Award Program supports innovative research in the basic sciences and applied fields and trains fellows to become established investigators. Research projects should advance the translation of biomedical science into treatments, preventions and cures for human diseases.

Fall

CSPH

Other

Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellowship, Harvard Center for Surgery and Public Health

Not reported; accepts fellows at the beginning of each academic year. 

Website advises to contact the CSPH Administrative Director for questions regarding application.  

As one of the premiere programs in the country dedicated to surgical services research, the CSPH’s Fellowship is at the heart of our mission, and central to our goal of educating the next generation of leaders in the field. We provide surgical residents and post-doctoral fellows with the educational opportunities, mentoring support, and resources necessary to launch their careers as surgical scientists. The CSPH’s culture fosters a diverse portfolio of multidisciplinary research interests while creating synergies around compelling health services and policy questions. With support in the form of research development, project management, and biostatistical programming expertise, the CSPH advances the research agendas of its faculty members and research trainees. A central space brings fellows together with faculty, biostatisticians, and administrative staff, creating a “think tank” environment that improves the efficiency and flow of ideas and skills, and facilitates access to data, tools, and the CSPH’s collective expertise.

10/2019

PSFP

Other

Chan Zuckerberg Biohub – Physician-scientist fellowship program

Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Physician-Scientist Fellows will be paid according to their ACGME post-graduate scale and commensurate with other fellows/residents in their respective programs. The cost of salary and benefits will be split evenly between CZ Biohub and the home department/division. Awardees will receive an annual stipend for conference travel and other professional expenses.

NEW:  Biohub’s unique program is designed for physicians interested in creating new knowledge that addresses challenging problems in human health. Physicians will have an opportunity to work closely with scientists and train in disciplines that promise to transform current paradigms of patient care.

This program will develop the next generation of physician-scientists and equip them with the skills, vocabulary and knowledge necessary to contribute substantively to biomedical discovery. Physician-scientists will be critical to the goal of solving problems previously thought to be impossible.

9/2019

  Other

Daland Fellowships in Clinical Investigation - American Philosophical Society (APS)

$40,000 for the first year and $40,000 for the second year. The term of the fellowship is one year, with renewal for one year if satisfactory progress is demonstrated.

The American Philosophical Society awards a limited number of Daland Fellowships in Clinical Investigation for research in the several branches of clinical medicine, including internal medicine, neurology, pediatrics, psychiatry, and surgery. The committee emphasizes patient-oriented research.

  • Must be doing direct clinical care
  • Must have a letter of recommendation from the Department Chair.

7/2019

HHWF

Other

The Helen Hay Whitney Foundation

A two-day Annual Meeting of Fellows is held in November of each year, at which each third-year Fellow presents the results of his or her research. This meeting is an important component of the Fellowship Program because of the opportunity it provides the Fellows for scientific interchange and exposure to biomedical fields other than their own. Attendance at the meeting in its entirety is expected as a condition of acceptance of the fellowship.

$54 K – Year 1

$57 K – Year 2

$60 K – Year 3

$1,500 - Annual award to host institution – used for lab supplies or computers.

Supplementation to the stipend is permitted given some restrictions. 

The Helen Hay Whitney Foundation supports early postdoctoral research training in all basic biomedical sciences. To attain its ultimate goal of increasing the number of imaginative, well-trained and dedicated medical scientists, the Foundation grants financial support of sufficient duration to help further the careers of young men and women engaged in biological or medical research. Candidates who hold, or are in the final stages of obtaining a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent degree and are seeking beginning postdoctoral training in basic biomedical research are eligible to apply for a fellowship.

The Whitney Fellowship is for a period of three years, contingent on performance satisfactory to the Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Committee. One and two-year fellowships are not considered.

12/2019

SIS

Other

Surgical Infection Society

1-2 years. $50,000/year is available and can be supplemented with no more than $25,000 in extramural funding. 

Applications must be sponsored by an SIS member.

The SIS Resident Fellowship Award is intended for Residents or fellows who have completed at least two years of post-graduate training in a surgical discipline are eligible to apply for the SIS Resident Fellowship Award. The purpose of this award is to provide the opportunity for a resident or fellow to spend one year in full-time research in the laboratory of a member of the Surgical Infection Society. The amount of this award is $50,000/year. The SIS/Wyeth Evaluative Research Fellowship Award supports only projects dealing with the broad area of evaluative research in surgical infection. Residents or fellows who have completed at least two years of post-graduate training in a surgical discipline are eligible to apply for the SIS/Pfizer Evaluative Research Fellowship Award. (Please note that this fellowship will only be awarded as funds are available.) Research proposals should pertain to the broad area of evaluative research in surgical infection. Typical topics might include: 1. Clinical epidemiology (factors affecting the incidence of surgical infections, morbidity of surgical infections, epidemiology of surgical infections) 2. Health services research (surgical infection costs, need for hospitalization, measuring improvements in clinical care of surgical infections) 3. Decision analysis (need for antimicrobial intervention, results of surgical infection interventions).  Concomitant enrollment in a formal graduate-level training program in evaluative, epidemiology, and/or outcome research is strongly encouraged.

10/2019

PCTSDP

Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric Critical Care and Trauma Scientist Development Program

$75,000 for salary, benefits, limited lab support; 2 years with 3rd year possible in exceptional circumstances

NEW:  During this period, the Scholar will:

  • Pursue intense training in a mentored laboratory or clinical research setting.
  • Develop a short and long-term career development plan, including plan for future research activities.

Meet with the National Advisory Committee at the annual PCCTSDP retreat where research protection, progress, and challenges are discussed.

12/2019

PSF

Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation Research Fellowship Grant (PSF)

Up to $50,000 for one-year to be used for salary support only.

The PSF supports investigators from the beginning of their careers, during residency and as they advance to becoming experienced and well-established plastic surgeons. The purpose of the Research Fellowship Grant is to encourage research and academic career development in plastic surgery. This grant is for salary support only for a Resident or Fellow to obtain training and experience in research, under the guidance of an experienced mentor. The application must describe a structured research training plan, in addition to a research project. Only already funded research projects will be considered. Evaluation of the application will place emphasis on the research training experience, research project, applicant potential, and mentor qualifications and commitment to mentoring. Research Fellowship grants must be used for salary support only.

12/2019

PSF

Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery Foundation Pilot Research Grant

Up to $10,000 for 1-year pilot projects The PSF Pilot Research Grant is intended to support residents and junior faculty in their efforts to address focused research questions, obtain preliminary data to support larger grant proposals in the future, and develop a line of research that can be carried forward into an academic career. This grant supports the preliminary or pilot phase of these research projects. Senior investigators are encouraged to use other funding mechanisms, but may apply for this grant if they are proposing a new research concept or novel idea for which no prior funding has been obtained. Projects that are a prelude to the NIH or other external funding agencies are encouraged.

12/2019

ASE/PSF

Plastic Surgery

ASE/PSF Combined Research Grant

Up to $15, 000 for 1-year projects The Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF) and the Association for Surgical Education (ASE) recognize the importance of fostering the development of surgeon scientists that yield improvements in patient care in surgery. The ASE/PSF Combined Research Grant is intended to fund a research project that will advance the scientific knowledge and aim to develop and validate new methods of surgical care. Research projects that focus on surgical education and training in the area of plastic surgery are encouraged.

12/2018

ASMS/PSF

Plastic Surgery

ASMS/PSF Combined Research Grant - The Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF) and the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons (ASMS)

$10,000 for one year commencing July of each year The Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF) and the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons (ASMS) recognize the importance of fostering the development of surgeon scientists and innovative research in maxillofacial surgery. The ASMS/PSF Combined Pilot Research Grant is intended to fund a research project that will advance the scientific knowledge of maxillofacial surgery. This grant supports the preliminary or pilot phase of these research projects.

8/2019

ASMS

Plastic Surgery

American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons – Research Grant Application

The Research Committee will determine the number of award recipients and the dollar amount granted. Historically $7 to 9,000 award to the sponsoring institution.  Awarded 4 grants in 2018.   All members of American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons (ASMS) are eligible for research awards. Residents or research fellows are eligible to apply if the primary investigator of the project is an active ASMS member who provides a letter of sponsorship for the application. NOTE: Please use the forms provided so that we may standardize the application process.

8/2019

ASMS

 Plastic Surgery

American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons - ASMS Resident Scholar Program

Up to $1,200 to attend the annual scientific meeting.  The American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons and the Maxillofacial Surgeons Foundation are proud to announce the ASMS Resident Scholar Program for plastic surgery residents who have expressed an interest in developing a career in Craniomaxillofacial Surgery. This program provides airfare and hotel reimbursement to the Resident Scholar to attend the annual scientific meeting.

10/2018

SOCIC

Quality Improvement

Northwestern University – Surgical Outcomes and Quality Improvement Center

Before completion of application, submit your CV to Kirsty.engelhardt@northwestern.edu.  They will review and determine eligibility before initiation of the application process.  

Offers a funded two-year onsite fellowship in surgical outcomes, health services, and health policy research for surgical residents to pursue in their research years.   The goal of the research fellowship is to help prepare surgical residents for a successful career in academic surgery by developing an expertise in surgical health services and outcomes research. Research fellows will spend a minimum of two years with the SOQIC research team conducting research, taking advanced degree courses, and working on developing a robust, meaningful research agenda. Research fellows will earn a Master’s or PhD degree that bests suits their needs through one of the programs offered at Northwestern. The advanced degree tuition will be fully funded. Applicants are not required to enroll in degree programs if a similar-level degree has already been achieved.

Varies by category - many due in 12/2019

ALA

Thoracic Surgery

American Lung Association Senior Research Training Fellowship

2019-2020 Awards and Grants Programs – Numerous

$40 to $100K awards varies by 

Through the lens of scientific innovation, pioneering new ideas, the American Lung Association is championing the next generation of brilliant scientists to independence and beyond.  Some awards appear to be directed at junior faculty.  Areas of research funding:

  • Lung Cancer Discovery Award
  • Innovation Award
  • Catalyst Award
  • Public Policy Research Award
  • Dalsemer Award
  • Lung Cancer Research Award - A new joint award with The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, this award is available for cardiothoracic surgeons, pulmonologists and other investigators – primarily those early in their careers – who are seeking support and recognition for their original lung cancer research projects. Applications are due September, 2019.

9/2019

TSF

Thoracic Surgery

Thoracic Surgery Foundation (TSF) Resident Research Fellowship

TSF Resident Research Fellowships provide support of up to $30,000 per year for up to two years. These awards are designed to provide salary and/or direct experimental support for surgical trainees who wish to acquire investigational skills. Although a specific research program is required as the major component of the application, emphasis in making the award is placed on the potential of the applicant, based on prior accomplishments, and the quality of the educational experience for the applicant. Particular emphasis is placed on evidence of supervisory interaction in preparation of the application, the extent to which research training and a productive educational experience is convincingly described, and the training environment. Additional criteria include the probability of successful project completion and an assessment of the importance of the particular educational effort toward the advancement of cardiothoracic surgery.

12/2019

AST

Transplant Surgery

American Society of Transplantation (AST)

Grants are generally awarded in the amount of $50,000 per year

for either one year or two years.

Depends on AST Research Network budget allowances.

Fellowship Research Grant applications are submitted in one of three categories: basic, clinical, or translational science. The AST Research Network strives to support a Fellowship Research Grant in each category, provided funds are available.

  • Basic Science is defined as anything in discovery science from molecules to cells to animal models.
  • Translational Science is defined as anything from animal models designed specifically to translate basic research to clinical application, to work with clinical human samples with clear translational impact.
  • Clinical Science is defined as research involving human patients, from data mining to testing new protocols and therapies. Clinical science includes the following two types of research:

o Clinical Trials: designed to answer specific question(s) about new therapies or new ways of using known treatments. Preference will be given to prospective studies. 

o Clinical Outcomes or Observational Studies: designed to better define the causes and/or consequences of pathological or biological processes in transplantation. Retrospective studies may be appropriate. However, proposals that analyze registry data (e.g. data collected by the United Network for Organ Sharing) are expected to test unique hypotheses or employ new data or methodologies. The analysis, including the statistics, should be performed by the applicant and not by the data registry staff. 

Closed for 2019; monitor for next cycle date posting

ASTS

Transplant Surgery

American Society of Transplant Surgeons

ASTS - Jon Fryer Resident Scientist Scholarships

$40,000 for up to one year – 3 grants awarded in 2019

ASTS continues its commitment toward supporting full-time basic and translational research in the field of transplantation and transplant immunobiology in the laboratory of an ASTS Member. This scholarship is specifically designed to support research in a laboratory setting.

5/2019

  Intramural UCSF and Univ. of California

CTSI at UCSF Resident Research Grants

$4,000 / academic year

Application cycle – twice a year.

Funds:  Tuition, design & biostats consultation, analytic support, and study-related travel.  

Cannot be used for:

  • Travel grants to scientific meetings
  • Basic science research
The Resident Clinical and Translational Research Funding (RRF) program will provide up to $4000 per academic year to UCSF residents for qualified clinical and translational research expenses not covered by their mentor or other sources. Applications require the description of the proposed project for which the funds will be used, to be conducted under the guidance of a research mentor. Applications will be accepted twice a year and the most meritorious projects will be funded.

12/2018 for start date on 7/2019

CTSI TL1 Intramural UCSF and Univ. of California

CTSI TL1 Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program

 

Assume annual submission cycle as well.  

Stipend commensurate with PGY status

One-year fellowship w/ option for a second year
The CTSI TL1 postdoctoral fellowship seeks to train exceptional postdoctoral fellows and provide them with the methodologic, analytic, leadership and team science skills required to conduct transformative early translational research. Qualified clinical fellows and PhD postdoctoral fellows will receive advanced didactic training relevant to the conduct of translation research, support from senior mentors and peers in the conduct of their research through regular works-in-progress sessions, a faculty seminar series focused on translational research, and career development support through one-on-one mentoring from established translational investigators as well as other structured activities.

9/2019

RAP Intramural UCSF and Univ. of California

Resource Allocation Program (RAP) at UCSF

Two funding cycles per year: September and March

Funding varies based on program category.   

Extensive listing of funding opportunities.

New grant opportunities offered.  Best to explore the website and consult with mentor.  

LOI due in January

CW Intramural UCSF and Univ. of California

Caring Wisely™

Funds three projects per year at $50,000 per project.  

Caring Wisely™ is an organized process for engaging and supporting frontline staff and clinicians in efforts to remove unnecessary costs from healthcare delivery systems and improve the quality of care delivered. The program was created and launched by the UCSF Center for Healthcare Value in November 2012.

For more information contact the Caring Wisely™ Program Manager Sarah Imershein, MPH (sarah.imershein@ucsf.edu).

Early February

UCSF-CTCRE Intramural UCSF and Univ. of California

UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education

Stipends range from $49,000 to $59,000 depending on years of postdoctoral experience.

 

Decision posted by May.  
NEW: The purpose of the fellowship is to prepare individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds to join the next generation of academic leaders in tobacco control. Upon completion of training, fellows will be well positioned to be active participants in crucial policy debates about the future development and implementation of tobacco control interventions.  The program offers supervised research experience in tobacco control with the Center faculty. Each trainee meets regularly with a faculty mentor regarding research progress and career or professional issues.

Early February

TRDRP Intramural UCSF and Univ. of California

The Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program of California (TRDRP) – Post Doctoral Fellowship Award

Funds up to $60,000; maximum duration 3 year The Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program of California (TRDRP) administers the portion of state retail taxes on tobacco products that are designated for research within California. This unique source of funding supports investigators at eligible California institutions whose research contributes directly to the elimination of smoking and tobacco use and mitigates its human and economic costs in California.
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