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Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine Research Grant
This grant supports further research in areas common to the fields of Anesthesia and Sleep and Pulmonary Medicine. Appropriate proposals will be those requesting funds for pilot data with clear intention for a subsequent grant application to a larger source of federal or non-federal support. Therefore the principal investigator must be eligible to submit such an application.
Funding priority will be given to the projects that illustrate:
Clear plans for extramural submissions.
Direct clinical and translational impact.
Clear ability to complete the research within a one year period.
New investigators, trainees and K awardees
Maximum Grant Award: $20,000 dollars for one-year period
NIH biosketch of the PI. Trainees can apply with a faculty as co-PI.Contact information for the PI and the co-investigators.Applicant should be an active member of the SASM.Active IRB approval letter is mandatory at the time of acceptance of grant. The grant will be awarded at the SASM annual meeting in October 2014.A maximum of 3-page application with full description of background, study hypothesis, objective of study, methods, expected results and feasibility. A minimum margin of 2 cm (3/4 inch) around each page is mandatory. A font size of 12 point, black ink should be used, with 6 lines of text per inch, and no condensed type or spacing.
The PI as well as the co-PI must be members of Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine
The application must include:
a) A short 5–10 sentence summary presenting the essential elements of the proposal.
b) Two to four sentences addressing the translational impact of the project. Specifically, how the results of the research will lead to improvements in human health or disease.
c) Two to four sentences addressing the applicant’s plans for turning the results of a funded proposal into future grant application/ QI project / publication.
A separate one-page detailed budget of services and justification including costs per unit and number of units and hours needed etc. Applications lacking sufficient detail will be returned to the applicant.
Pertinent references and figures to be included in the Appendix section of the application.
Applications will be reviewed by the Research Grant Committee of the Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine.
SASM is neither responsible for, nor will award any indirect costs associated with any research grants/funding awarded on its behalf.
Project Completion Report
At project completion, the PI must submit a brief report summarizing the results of the project and plans for presentation, publication and submission for external grant applications. Failure to provide a project completion report will be viewed negatively when considering future applications from the PI.
Submission Method and Deadlines
Applications should be submitted as a pdf to the SASM office by mail or email by July 1 2014.
SASM (Research Grant)
6737 W Washington St, Ste 1300
Milwaukee, WI 53214
P: (414) 389‑8608
F: (414) 276‑7704
The winning application will be announced at the SASM Annual Meeting on 9–10 October, to be held immediately prior to the American Society of Anesthesiologists ASM in New Orleans.
Contact the SASM office by email at email@example.com or by phone at 414–389-8608.
Call for Submissions: Anesthesiology Dental Student Essay Contest
Matriculated dental students and Post-doctoral/residents from the USA and Canada are invited to submit essays on any topic related to anesthesia in dentistry to the Anesthesiology Dental Student Essay Contest.
Clear and concise expression, logical thought and originality will be the main criteria for evaluation.
The first place winner in each contest will receive a certificate of recognition and a $1000 as well as travel and lodging expenses to cover attendance at that year's American Dental Society of Anesthesiology Annual Session. The second place winner receives a certificate of recognition and $500.
Digital manuscripts must be 5,000 words or less, and should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The author's name, mailing address and telephone number should appear on the cover page. The name and address of the entrant's school should appear on the cover page of the manuscript.
Deadline: December 1st of each year.