Research grant applications are now being accepted through Sept. 15 for Emergency Medicine Research performed by residents.
The goal of the Missouri Chapter’s Resident Research Grant is to facilitate the academic growth and research expertise of residents in emergency medicine and to promote research in emergency medicine. The results of the research project should be applicable to the everyday practice of emergency medicine.
A maximum of $4,500 will be available each year. The number of awards granted will depend on the number and quality of proposals submitted. The minimum award will be $1,000. No funds will be available for investigator salary support, travel, or publication. The Missouri College of Emergency Physicians does not include funds for indirect costs associated with the grants it awards.
Applications may be submitted between June 1 and September 15 of each year. Grants will be made by October 15 but may be delayed if additional information is required. Institutional Review Board or Institutional Animal Review Committee approval, if indicated, is required prior to the disbursement of funds. Fifty percent of the monies will be granted prior to project initiation. The balance will be distributed upon study completion and submission of an abstract for a scientific meeting or a manuscript for publication to a medical journal.
To submit your grant, please complete the online application.