Foundation of ASNR Grant Announcements: Awards and Deadlines

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The Foundation of the ASNR is pleased to announce that we will be utilizing FluidReview, a grant management software system, for the application and review of its upcoming grant awards. The FluidReview software will streamline the LOI, application and review processes. Our FluidReview website is now open for registration. Please visit http://www.asnr.fluidreview.com/ and register for a free account if you plan on submitting an application for the following grants:

LOI deadline has passed. Application deadline Monday, Jan. 18, 9:00 am CST

  • Comparative Effectiveness Research Award
  • Scholar Award in Neuroradiology Research
  • Research Scientist Award in Neuroradiology

No LOI Required. Applications must be received by 9:00 AM CST, January 31, 2017. (Budgets that exceed $100,000 require pre-approval by the Chairs of the Research Committee prior to submission.) Please submit to Rahul Bhala, Director of Economics & Health Policy at rbhala@asnr.org.

  • Alzheimer’s Imaging Research Award

Please feel free to contact Rahul Bhala, Director of Economics & Health Policy at rbhala@asnr.org with any questions or comments. We look forward to your submissions.

 

Second Round of Alzheimer’s Grant Funding

On behalf of the Foundation of the ASNR, we are delighted to announce the second round of a funding opportunity made possible by a generous donor committed to supporting imaging research in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

Grant submissions are due January 31, 2017 at 9:00 AM CST.

The goal of this program is to translate the novel imaging research into strategies that will increase understanding of the mechanism of Alzheimer’s disease and help stratify populations and possible treatments. All proposals must have a clear focus on Alzheimer’s disease and may also include other neurodegenerative diseases. Submissions from collaborative research that have experience across aging and neurodegenerative diseases are strongly encouraged. Novel and creative ideas are sought from investigators at any career stage.

The ASNR anticipates funding multiple awards under this program. Applicants may request up to two years and up to $250,000 in total costs. Exceptions for particularly unique projects will be considered. Budget requests that exceed $100,000 must be approved in advance of the submission and well justified. Please submit to Rahul Bhala, Director of Economics & Health Policy at rbhala@asnr.org.

More details are provided in the prospectus and application available on the Foundation website.

 

ASNR/RSNA Joint Awards

Laurie A. Loevner, MD and Pina C. Sanelli, MD, MPH, Co-Chairs of The Foundation of the ASNR, and the Foundation’s Board of Trustees, in partnership with the RSNA Research & Education Foundation, announce that applications are now being accepted for the joint ASNR-RSNA award. The goal of the award is to allow for funding additional research in neuroradiology and creating a pipeline for new neuroradiology investigators. Applicants must be members of both ASNR and RSNA in order to qualify for this joint award.

The specially named grant, as part of the R&E Foundation’s Research Scholar Grant program, will provide career development for those who have completed neuroradiology training and are pursuing a career in neuroradiology research. The grant will provide $75,000 per year for two years ($150,000 total). Applications are due January 17, 2017.

Please visit the following link for more information: https://www.rsna.org/Research_Scholar_Grant.aspx

Foundation of ASNR Grant Announcements: Awards and Deadlines
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