The American Lung Association invites motivated, bright and qualified scientists in all areas of lung health and associated risk factor research to submit an application for the upcoming 2017-2018 grant cycle.
The goals of the American Lung Association Awards and Grants Program are to:
Available Awards: For application details and more information, visit: http://www.lung.org/grant-opportunities. Interested applicants must submit a complete application to the American Lung Association by December 15, 2016 via proposalCENTRAL at https://proposalcentral.altum.com
I. INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATOR AWARDS
American Lung Association / AAAAI Allergic Respiratory Diseases Award: 75,000/yr. Supports faculty members of allergy/immunology divisions of an academic institution undertaking a project related to allergic respiratory disease. Duration: Up to two years.
II. JUNIOR INVESTIGATOR AWARDS – Mentor required
Biomedical Research Grant: $40,000/yr. Provides seed monies for junior investigators researching the mechanisms of lung disease and general lung biology.
Clinical Patient Care Research Grant: $40,000/yr. Provides seed monies for junior investigators working on traditional clinical studies examining methods of improving patient care and/or treatment for lung disease.
Dalsemer Research Grant: $40,000/yr. Provide seed monies for junior investigators researching interstitial lung disease.
Social-Behavioral Research Grant: $40,000/yr. Provides seed monies for junior investigators working on epidemiological, behavioral or economic studies examining risk factors affecting lung health.
III. TRAINING AWARDS
Senior Research Training Fellowship: $32,500/yr. Post-doctoral support for 1st and 2nd year PhD fellows and 3rd and 4th year MD fellows in the basic sciences.
We are pleased to announce new policies that expand eligibility criteria and increased budget flexibility.
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