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Medical Library Association Continuing Education Grants
The purpose of Medical Library Association (MLA) Continuing Education Grants is to provide members with the opportunity to develop their knowledge of the theoretical, administrative, or technical aspects of librarianship.
Submit your application for these grants of $100 to $500 to develop your knowledge of the theoretical, administrative, or technical aspects of librarianship. More than one continuing education (CE) grant may be offered in a year and may be used either for MLA courses or for other CE activities.
• The applicant must hold a graduate degree in library science.
• The applicant must be a practicing health science librarian with at least two years of professional experience.
• The applicant should preferably be a regular member of the Medical Library Association.
• The applicant must be a citizen of or have permanent residence status in either the United States or Canada.
• In exceptional cases, consideration will be given to an outstanding candidate not meeting the eligibility criteria outlined above.
The completed application form and additional documentation must be received at MLA headquarters by December 1.
Please contact MLA (312.419.9094 x15) for more information about any of MLA's grants, scholarships, or fellowships.
Hospital Libraries Section/Medical Library Association Professional Development Grants
This grant, sponsored by the Hospital Libraries Section, provides librarians working in hospital and similar clinical settings with the support needed for educational or research activities. This grant was established in 1996, and up to two awards may be granted each year. The application deadline is December 1.
Please contact MLA (312.419.9094 x15) for more information about any of MLA's grants, scholarships or fellowships.
Call for Abstracts: 16th Annual Emerging Forensic Scientist Award Competition
To nurture a productive dialogue between emerging judicial and forensic standards of reliability and validity, the Forensic Sciences Foundation is pleased to offer the 16th Annual Emerging Forensic Scientist Award.
The award will be presented to the author of the best paper on any topic focusing on the reliability and validity of techniques, processes, or methods in a forensic area of the author’s choice.
HOW TO ENTER:
Entrants should submit an abstract of the proposed paper to the AAFS Program Committee by August 1, in compliance with AAFS abstract criteria, and indicate that the abstract is submitted for the Emerging Forensic Scientist Award. Initial review and acceptance/rejection of the abstract will be done by the AAFS Program Committee which will focus specifically on the abstract’s treatment of reliability and validity issues. Multiple abstracts may be submitted for the Program Committee’s review; however, once the Program Committee approves abstracts for presentation, one abstract must be designated by the presenter as an EFSA entry.
If multiple abstracts are submitted for review and one abstract is not designated by the presenter as an EFSA entry, none of the abstracts will be considered by the EFSA Review Committee.
Abstracts accepted by the AAFS Program Committee and the EFSA Program Committee will be scheduled
for presentation during the scientific session of the section which accepted the abstract, and evaluated by representatives of the Multidisciplinary Awards Committee appointed by the Forensic Sciences Foundation Board of Trustees. Announcement of the winning entry will be made in the Academy News following determination of the winner by the Awards Committee. The Award will be presented during the 2016 AAFS Annual Business Meeting in Las Vegas, NV.
CRITERIA TO ENTER:
An eligible entrant need not be an AAFS member. However, entrants who are AAFS members must be a
Student Affiliate or Trainee Affiliate. All entrants must be within three years of completion of formal training (must submit proof from laboratory director or university professor) at the time the paper is presented in 2015. Only the presenter is eligible for the award; no substitutions will be accepted after the application is submitted. The decision of the Awards Committee is final and the amount of the award
is firm. The form below must be completed and sent with the abstract submission to the AAFS office by
The award will cover the expense of the recipient’s attendance at the 2016 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, NV, including registration, up to $1,000 for airfare, lodging while in attendance at the annual meeting
not to exceed five nights, and up to $75 per diem.
A commemorative plaque will also be presented to the award winner at the 2016 AAFS Annual Business Meeting in Las Vegas
American Society for Surgery of the Hand Bunnell Fellowship Program
Deadline: June 2, 2014
The purpose of the Bunnell Fellowship is to provide scholarship funding for a young Hand Surgeon to pursue an educational or academic goal that requires national and international collaboration, and which fosters the principles of scholarship of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. It is anticipated that the Bunnell Fellow, his/her hosts, and the respective Hand Societies will mutually benefit from the stimulation of collaborative research directions, expansion of academic opportunities, and the development of lifelong relationships with our national and international colleagues. Funding for the Fellowship is provided by the American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand.
1. The applicant must have completed a fellowship in hand surgery.
2. The hand surgery fellowship (or residency if taken after fellowship) must have been completed between June 30, 2004 and the present.
3.Applicants must be Active Members of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and must apply within seven years following election to ASSH Active Membership. 2014 applicants must have joined ASSH in 2006 or later.
The Bunnell Committee expects applicants to develop a fellowship theme that clearly delineates a specific area of clinical interest, a scientific pursuit, or an educational mission that the applicant would like to investigate during the Fellowship. The itinerary should be purposely designed to include those individuals in national or international centers who would best fulfill the applicant’s Fellowship theme. The Bunnell Fellow will be expected to present a scientific report of his/her Fellowship theme in the context of the Fellowship travels at the Annual Meeting of the ASSH.
Application for the Fellowship should include a detailed, one page description of the scientific theme to be pursued during the Bunnell Fellowship. The statement should specifically describe the planned objectives of your Fellowship, and the persons or institutions that you plan to visit to fulfill your Fellowship goals. It is important to complete and submit a budget and timeline, as funding for the Fellowship is limited to $15,000.00. Bunnell Fellows are strongly encouraged to stay within the budgetary guidelines.
A committee of former Bunnell fellows selects the new fellow based on the applicant's scholarship, ASSH contributions, and the strength of the proposed collaborative project. The new Bunnell fellow is notified shortly before the Annual meeting.
American Society for Surgery of the Hand Richard H. Gelberman Scholar
Applications are due June 2, 2014.
This monetary award is for a young hand surgeon during his or her first four years of practice, who has demonstrated strong potential for excellence in patient care, research and education. This award is intended to be a career stimulus, and to propel a young surgeon to greater achievement in the field of hand surgery on both a national and international stage. The award would be used to support national or international travel of the award recipient, with the stated goal of benefiting both the membership of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the patients we serve.
How to Apply
1. The applicant must have completed an accredited fellowship within the past three years.
2. The applicant must have begun his or her surgical practice in a center where either residents or fellows are taught.
3. Must be an ASSH Candidate Member.
1. Send your entire hand surgical fellowship application including basic information, board scores, and letters of recommendation. Additional letters of recommendation from other members of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand are permissible.
2. Send a short description of your accredited fellowship.
3. Send a brief summary of what you hope to learn during your travels.
4. Send a recent headshot.
Please send all materials via email only to Olivia Moran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The award money will be disbursed within a month of the Annual Meeting.
The award recipient will be announced at the 2014 ASSH Annual Meeting. After the scholar has traveled, he or she will submit a one-page report summarizing where he or she had travelled, what was learned, and how the information learned was put to use in the surgeon’s academic practice. The scholar will present a brief talk at the 2015 ASSH Annual Meeting describing his/her experience during the scholarship.
Please contact Olivia Moran at email@example.com.
American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Research Grant
The objective of the ASES Research Grant is to encourage new investigators by providing seed and start-up funding for promising shoulder and elbow research projects. Grants of up to $20,000, for work to be performed over 12-24 months, will be considered.
The submission deadline is Thursday, September 11, 2014.
Grants will be reviewed by the ASES Research Committee. Applicants will be notified by December 31, 2014.
The period of the grant will be from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015.
Call for Applications: American Society for Bone and Mineral Research Grants in Aid Program
The ASBMR Grants in Aid Program (GAP) is now accepting applications for round two of the award. The ASBMR GAP Award was established in response to the difficult funding climate that is occurring worldwide and impacting the future of bone and mineral research. The GAP program will offer a total of twenty (20) grants of $50,000 USD to ASBMR members who have submitted a peer-reviewed grant application to a major funding sponsor within the last 15 months and received a full review but were not funded. The goal of the grant is to allow the award recipient to continue to develop the research and strengthen the proposal for future funding. The grant program is open to established and young investigators, and to U.S. and international members. International members living outside the United States are encouraged to apply. The deadline to apply is May 12, 2014.
Radiological Society of North America William R. Eyler Editorial Fellowship
The Eyler Editorial Fellowship provides an opportunity for radiologists in mid-career to further their experience in radiologic journalism.
Learn about manuscript preparation, peer review, manuscript editing, journal production, printing, and electronic publishing by working with the…
-- editor of Radiology in Boston, Massachusetts, for 2 weeks
-- editor of RadioGraphics in Burlington, Vermont, for 2 days
-- RSNA Publications Department in Oak Brook, Illinois, for 2 days
The fellow will also assist the editors and attend editorial meetings during the RSNA annual meeting.
One fellow will be selected each year and will be awarded a stipend of $10,000 to cover the cost of transportation, lodging, and meals during the fellowship.
• be an RSNA member
• have accomplished at least 3 years of attending-level work at an academic institution
• have served as a reviewer for a major imaging journal
• be affiliated with a national radiologic society in his or her country
Application Deadline: May 1
Program Evaluation & Report
The Eyler Editorial Fellow will prepare a follow-up report on his/her experiences during and as a result of the fellowship, and will also complete an evaluation of the program.
Call for Submissions: Joy Cappel 2014 Young Investigator Award
For more than 30 years, Rockland was guided by Joy Cappel, President and CEO. Mrs. Cappel’s vision to help define mechanisms underlying cell function and disease through antibody targeted detection is the motivational force behind this award.
This award is intended to foster research conducted by a promising post-doctoral fellow, graduate student or young investigator performing research in the areas of oncology, nuclear signaling, developmental biology, epigenetics, immunology, microbiology, neuroscience, signal transduction or stem cell technology.
This year, we are awarding a total of $100,000 to 25 qualified candidates.
The award is in the form of a $4,000 credit for polyclonal antibody development provided by Rockland and includes: antigen design, peptide synthesis, peptide conjugation to KLH for immunization, peptide conjugation to BSA for testing by ELISA, peptide conjugation to solid phase beads for immunoaffinity purification, immunizations, pre-immune serum and antibody test collections, analysis by ELISA of test samples, production antibody collection, immunoaffinity purification of peptide specific antibody, and final qualification by ELISA and/or western blot or similar immunoassay.
To be considered for the Joy Cappel 2014 Young Investigator Award (JCYIA) you must be a graduate student, a post-doctoral fellow, or have received an advanced degree (MD, PhD, or equivalent) within the last five years. You must be performing research in the areas of oncology, nuclear signaling, developmental biology, epigenetics, immunology, microbiology, neuroscience, signal transduction or stem cell technology. To be considered for the JCYIA complete the online submission form on our website. Your submission will be evaluated by the JCYIA Selection Committee. The deadline for filing an award submission is August 31, 2014. Awards may be made throughout the year. All awards will be honored prior to December 31, 2014. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request for Proposals: Mathilde Krim Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Research
Performance Period: October 1, 2014 – September 30, 2016
Letter of Intent Deadline: 4:00 PM EDT, Thursday, May 15, 2014
Applicant Eligibility and Qualifications
Hold a research or clinical doctorate completed between three and six years prior to April 17, 2014*
Be positioned to secure an independent research position no later than March 2017
Be mentored by an experienced investigator at the same U.S. or international nonprofit research institution who: (a) is qualified to oversee the proposed research; (b) has successfully supervised postdoctoral fellows; and (c) is at the associate professor level or higher.
Be the main author on significant publications in leading international peer-reviewed journals
Have made oral and poster presentations at major scientific conferences and meetings
*The three to six year period for applicants who have earned only an M.D. begins with the date they finished their internship.
Submission of Krim Fellowship letters of inquiry and applications is now an online process.