Awards, fellowships, grants, and other funding opportunities supporting education and research available to ACVIM Residents and Diplomates throughout the year.
Sponsored by ACVIM and major funding organizations.
Sponsored by ACVIM and major funding organizations
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Current Open Grant and Fellowship Opportunities:
RESIDENT RESEARCH GRANT
Submission Deadline: March 15, 2019
Sponsored by Purina Institute
The intent of this funding mechanism is to provide a stimulating research experience for ACVIM residents by working with experienced research-scientist mentors. We encourage enrolled ACVIM residents to consider this opportunity to become engaged in research to improve animal health.
To apply for these grants residents must identify an established research mentor. First year residents are encouraged to apply. Second year residents may apply with a strong statement that outlines an achievable timeline for completion of research during the remaining residency period. Third and fourth year residents are not eligible to apply unless in an approved non-traditional residency program with completion date >1 year from application for resident award. Budget requests up to $10,000 will be considered. While residents are identified as the grant recipient, the mentor will assume fiscal responsibility for the project.
We are looking for clearly written projects that can be completed in one year with the expected outcome of a publication with the resident as first author and a scientific presentation of research at the ACVIM Forum or discipline-specific scientific meeting. The Education and Research Committee and the ACVIM Board of Regents encourage applications from residents in private practice, and from private practice-University collaborations. Applications from private practice residents will be prioritized for funding.
RESIDENT RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL GUIDELINES Online Grant Application Form
Application due by 5:00 PM February 8, 2019
This grant is in memory of Dr. Terrell A. Holliday and his contributions to veterinary neurology. Dr. Holliday will be remembered as a great scientist, scholar, clinician, teacher and mentor.
The purpose of this grant is to provide neurology residents with an opportunity to develop grant writing skills and to support clinical research as part of neurology residency training programs.
HOLLIDAY GRANT GUIDELINES
Past and Future Funding Opportunities: