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Adult Congenital Heart Association National Conference Scholarships
Applications must be received by ACHA by July 5, 2014, in order to be considered.
ACHA offers two types of conference scholarships to make attendance possible for individuals who would not otherwise be able to participate. Funding is limited and is determined by financial need. This will assure that as many people as possible receive the help they need to attend.
The two programs are as follows:
Karen McNulty Heart Heroes Scholarship Program, for those seeking both registration and travel/hotel funding assistance
Call for Research Proposals: Research in Congenital Heart Disease
The Children’s Heart Foundation calls upon all investigators to submit research proposals on congenital heart disease by June 6, 2014.
The Medical Advisory Board of The Children’s Heart Foundation will review the proposals by late Fall 2014.
Those recommended will receive funding in December 2014.
Investigators should contact The Children’s Heart Foundation for an application, or download an application from our website www.childrensheartfoundation.org.
Research proposals must be submitted in WORD format with an abbreviated CV.
Please include any published work in the research proposal area.
Research applications must be submitted via cd/disc and be accompanied by a hard copy of the application with original signatures.
( NOTE: Investigators currently receiving CHF funding are required to wait 1 year ( 12 months ) before submitting additional research proposals for funding consideration )
For more information, please visit us online or contact
The Children’s Heart Foundation
Phone (847) 634-6474/ Fax (847) 634-4988
As The Children’s Heart Foundation continues to grow, it will strive to fulfill its mission: To support research toward discovering the cause and improving the methods for diagnosing, treating, and preventing congenital heart defects.