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American Society for Radiation Oncology/ROI Comparative Effectiveness Research Award
This award aims to develop comparative effectiveness research leaders within radiation oncology, and to stimulate research focused on evaluating the effectiveness, complication profile, cost and cost-effectiveness of various radiation therapy treatments, as well as the comparative effectiveness when compared to other therapies.
You are eligible if:
You are a board-certified or board-eligible physician in radiation oncology at the time the award commences.
You are committed to a career that focuses primarily on academic radiation oncology.
If you are a junior faculty member, you must name a primary mentor who will be equally responsible for the planning, direction, and execution of the study.
Each year, two researchers are selected for this award, which provides $50,000 annually for two years. The second year of funding is contingent upon the recipient meeting all the award requirements at the completion of the first year.A third year of support may be available, but it is competitive with new applicants.
At least 40 percent of the recipient's full-time professional effort must be devoted to the goals of this award. The remainder may be devoted to clinical, teaching or other research pursuits consistent with the objectives of the award.
Paper applications will not be accepted.
The application deadline for this award is 11:59 pm EST on March 28, 2014.
The start date for the 2014 award will be July 1. For any questions please contact the Research Evaluation Department.
American Society for Radiation Oncology Residents/Fellows in Radiation Oncology Research Seed Grant
This grant is designed to support residents or fellows who are planning a career focusing primarily on basic science or clinical research. It is designed for the exceptional trainee and implies dedication to a career in research.
You show a commitment to a career that focuses primarily on radiation oncology sciences.
Your institution has a well-established research and clinical career development program and qualified faculty in radiation oncology sciences to serve as mentors.
You have identified a mentor with extensive research experience to support your project. Either the mentor or co-mentor should be an ASTRO member.
Three grants of up to $25,000 each will be awarded for one-year projects. No salary support will be provided. The recipients are expected to devote 75 percent of their professional effort toward the goals of this award.
Paper applications will no longer be accepted.
The application deadline for this grant is 11:59 pm EST on March 28, 2014.
The start date for the 2014 awards will be July 1, 2014. For any questions please email us.
American Society for Radiation Oncology Junior Faculty Career Research Training Award
This award was created to stimulate interest in radiation research early in junior faculty’s careers by offering them the opportunity to have focused time for research projects in radiation oncology, biology, physics or outcomes/health services.
You are a board-eligible physician or physicist in radiation oncology or a radiobiologist within the first three years of your junior faculty appointment.
Your institution is recognized as providing a rich environment for career development and possesses qualified faculty in clinical, translational or basic research to serve as mentors.
You have found a primary mentor who, together with you, is responsible for the planning, direction and execution of the program.
In addition, the mentor and a responsible member of the institution/department must demonstrate, in writing, a commitment to your development as a productive, independent investigator.
Each year, two junior faculty are selected for this award, which provides $100,000 annually for two years. The second year of funding is contingent upon the recipient meeting all the award requirements at the completion of the first year. A third year of support may be available, but it is competitive with new applicants.
At least 75 percent of the recipient’s full-time professional effort must be devoted to the goals of this award. The remainder may be devoted to clinical, teaching or other research pursuits consistent with the objectives of the award. The successful candidate is expected, toward the end of the award period, to apply for grant support through NIH or other national funding mechanisms, such as K08, K23 or equivalent awards.
The application deadline for this award is 11:59pm EST on March 28, 2014.
The start date for 2014 awards will be July 1. For any questions please email us.
Travel Grants for Radiation Oncology Residents and Nurses From the American Society for Radiation Oncology for Advocacy Day
May 5 - 6, 2014 Washington, DC
Advocacy Day provides the opportunity for radiation oncologists to learn about important policy issues facing the field of radiation oncology and the overall health care system and apply that knowledge to their practice. Participants will learn from experienced policymakers and legislative experts about issues including, patient safety, Medicare physician payments, physician self-referral, cancer research and new health care policies on the horizon. Radiation oncologists will come away from this meeting with an understanding of federal legislative issues and how they affect the field of radiation oncology.
Travel Grants are available to radiation oncology residents and nurses.
We recognize that radiation oncology residents and nurses are a crucial component of radiation oncology but face financial constraints different than that of other attendees. To balance ASTRO’s budgetary constraints with our desire to maintain active resident and nurse participation in Advocacy Day, ASTRO has created a travel grant to help defray travel costs. Please note that due to the decrease in available registration slots in 2014, fewer travel grants are available.
Write a 1-page letter explaining why attending Advocacy Day is important to advancing your career and radiation oncology. In your letter, list your expected travel costs.
Submit an accompanying letter from your program director recommending your attendance.*
Letters should be submitted together to Katie Morehead before the close of business on March 14. Please note that both letters must be received by the deadline for your application to be considered.
ASTRO staff and government relations council chairmen will review applicant letters and recommendations from program directors. For those applicants who are approved, ASTRO will cover the hotel costs for two nights during Advocacy Day and up to $400 in travel costs. Funds are limited and applicants are encouraged to explore economical means of transport (i.e. driving, bus or train) so that more applicants may be supported. The travel grant does not include parking, cabs, meals or any other extra travel costs. Please be sure to purchase your ticket at least three weeks prior to Advocacy Day to avoid price increases.
Due to their leadership positions, voting members of the ARRO Executive Committee travel costs are covered and are exempt from the application process.
Residents who want to attend Advocacy Day but do not need travel support are still recommended to inform their program director of their plans to participate, particularly if they are not taking vacation time.
*Nurses do not need to submit a letter from their program/department director.