2014 CORE Funding Opportunity Announcements

 

To determine which grants you and your project may be eligible for, we recommend reviewing the 2014 CORE Funding Opportunity Announcements At-A-Glance (PDF). Once you’ve identified the grant that you would like to apply for, click on the funding society below to get more information on the grant and access the funding opportunity announcement (FOA). The FOA includes more details related to the terms of the grant, eligibility, use of funds, signatures/approvals and the reporting requirements.

 


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

2014 CORE Grants Letters of Intent (LOI) submission is now closed.

Application deadline: January 15, 2014, midnight EST.

 

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 Click on the grant name to open a PDF version of the full funding opportunity announcement.
 
Alcon Foundation

The Alcon Foundation

AAO-HNSF Resident Research Grant sponsored by The Alcon Foundation - Open to any AAO-HNS member in good standing who is a resident in an accredited otolaryngology-head and neck surgery training program in the U.S. and Canada. One year, pediatric otolaryngology, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum costs. Five grants will be awarded from 2010 to 2015.

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AAOA

American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy (AAOA) Foundation

ARS/AAOA Joint Clinical Research Award - Open to full time otolaryngologists in the U.S. or Canada for projects encompassesing rhinologic or otolaryngologic allergy topics with a focus on multi-institutional outcomes studies. $40,000/year renewable for up to a total of three years if milestones are met. One available in 2014. Please review the announcement for detailed information.

 

Note: The AAOA will not be offering the AAOA Foundation Research Grant in 2014.

 

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AAFPRS

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)

AAFPRS Leslie Bernstein Grant - Open to physicians in the U.S. or Canada who are AAFPRS members to support original research projects which will advance facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. $25,000, non-renewable, up to three years in which to complete project. One available annually.

AAFPRS Leslie Bernstein Resident Research Grant - Open to MD resident researchers in the U.S. or Canada, AAFPRS member or candidate to support research projects which will advance facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. $5,000, non-renewable, up to two years to complete project. Two available annually.

AAFPRS Leslie Bernstein Investigator Development Grant - Open to MD junior faculty in the U.S. or Canada; AAFPRS member or candidate in facial plastic surgery and involved in the training of resident surgeons in research to support projects which will advance facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. $15,000, non-renewable, up to three years to complete project. One available annually.

AAFPRS Research Scholar Award - Open to physicians in the U.S. or Canada who are AAFPRS members undertaking research that will advance facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. The grant is supported by funds from The Many Faces of Generosity capital campaign, and may be used as seed money for larger research projects. Fellows and residents are not eligible to apply. $30,000, renewable, may receive grant in second and third year, up to three years to complete project. One available annually.

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AAO-HNSF

American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNSF)

AAO-HNSF Resident Research Award—Open to any AAO-HNS member in good standing who is a resident in an accredited otolaryngology-head and neck surgery training program in the U.S. or Canada. One year, any topic, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum total costs, up to eight available annually.

AAO-HNSF Maureen Hannley Research Grant—Applicants in the United States or Canada and members in good standing of the AAO-HNSF. Applicants must have demonstrated potential for excellence in research and teaching and a serious commitment to an academic research career in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery. Priority will be given to junior faculty members who have completed residencies or fellowships within 7 years of the application receipt date. All candidates must be sponsored by the Chairperson of his/her Division or Department. One year, $50,000 maximum total costs with option to renew, one available annually.

AAO-HNSF Percy Memorial Research Award—Open to any experienced Otolaryngologist investigator who resides in the U.S. or Canada and is an AAO-HNS member. One year, any topic, non-renewable, $25,000 maximum total costs, one available annually.

AAO-HNSF Health Services Research Grant—Open to any Otolaryngologist at any level in the U.S. or Canada. Project must focus on use of health services research techniques to study otolaryngic disorders, practice patterns, or quality of life issues. One year, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum total costs, up to two available annually.

AAO-HNSF Rande H. Lazar Health Services Research Grant - Open to any Otolaryngologist at any level in the U.S. or Canada. Projects must focus on socioeconomic data for otolaryngology. The award is intended to promote increased participation by otolaryngologists in the rapidly expanding area of health services research. One year, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum total costs.

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AHNS

American Head and Neck Society (AHNS)

AHNS Pilot Grant—Open to Medical Students, residents, PhD, and junior faculty residing in the U.S. or Canada to support basic, translational, or clinical research projects in head and neck oncology. One year, $10,000, two available.

AHNS Alando J. Ballantyne Resident Research Pilot Grant—For the best grant application by a resident in the U.S. or Canada. This award has the same guidelines as the Pilot Grant (above). One year, non-renewable, $10,000, one available annually.

AHNS/AAO-HNSF Young Investigator Combined Award— The dollars provided by the American Head and Neck Society are provided in honor and remembrance of Duane M. Sewell, MD. Open to new full time academic surgeons working on contempoary basic or clinical research skills focused on neoplastic disease of the head and neck in the U.S. or Canada. Two year, non-renewable, $40,000 maximum ($20,000 per year), one available annually.

AHNS/AAO-HNSF Translational Innovator Award-Applicants must have completed residency or fellowship training in seven years or less prior to submitting application. Candidates need to have demonstrated the capacity or potential for a highly productive independent research career with an emphasis in head and neck surgical oncology. Two years, non-renewable, $80,000 maximum ($40,000 per year), one available annually.

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AHRF

American Hearing Research Foundation (AHRF)

AHRF Wiley H. Harrison, MD Memorial Research Award - Open to physicians (MD at the resident, fellow or junior faculty stage) or PhD scientist in the U.S. or Canada, to support clinical research projects in otology or neurotology designed to increase understanding of hearing disorders. One year, non-renewable, $25,000 maximum, one available annually.

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Triological Society

The American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Inc., aka The Triological Society

The Triological Career Development Awards provide support for the research career development of otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons who have made a commitment to focus their research endeavors on patient-oriented research such as clinical trials, translational research, outcomes research and health services research. Five non-renewable awards in the amount of $40,000 each are funded annually for a one or two year project period.

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American Laryngological Association (ALA)

ALA-ALVRE Research Grant - Open to all investigators in the U.S. or Canada for projects to support basic, translational, or clinical research projects in laryngology, voice, outcomes, and related subjects. One year, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum, one available annually.

ALA Seymour R. Cohen Research Grant - Open to all investigators in the U.S. or Canada for basic science or translational research projects in the area of laryngology or neurolaryngology with relevance to the pediatric population. One year, non-renewable, $15,000 maximum, one available annually.

 

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ANS

American Neurotology Society (ANS)

ANS/AAO-HNSF Herbert Silverstein Otology and Neurotology Research
Award
 - Open to residents, fellows and physicians in the U.S. or Canada to support a clinical or translational research project focused on diseases, disorders or conditions of the peripheral or central auditory and/or vestibular system. Two year, non-renewable, $25,000 maximum ($12,500 per year), one available in even years.

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ARS

American Rhinologic Society (ARS)

ARS New Investigator Award - Open to all investigators in the U.S. or Canada for projects to support basic, translational or clinical research projects in rhinology. Two years, non-renewable, $25,000 maximum ($12,500 per year), one available annually.

ARS Resident Research Grants - Open to residents in training in an approved program in the U.S. or Canada to support projects related to Rhinology. One year, non-renewable, $8,000 maximum, two available annually.

ARS/AAOA Joint Clinical Research Award - Open to full time otolaryngologists in the U.S. or Canada for projects encompassesing rhinologic or otolaryngologic allergy topics with a focus on multi-institutional outcomes studies. $40,000/year renewable for up to a total of three years if milestones are met. One available in 2014.

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ASPO

American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO)

ASPO Dustin Micah Harper Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis Research Grant - Open to medical students, residents, fellows, private practitioners, PhDs or faculty members in the U.S. or Canada. Clinical or translational research studies are strongly encouraged and should be specifically related to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, outcomes, or pathophysiology of RRP disease. $10,000 non-renewable, one year to complete project. One available annually. 

ASPO Research Career Development Award - Open to otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons in the U.S. or Canada holding full-time faculty positions and committed to focusing on research oriented to pediatric otolaryngology (e.g. patient-oriented clinical trials, health services, outcomes research, translational research, basic science). $40,000, non-renewable, one to two years to complete project. One available annually.

ASPO Research Grant - Open to MD, PhD, DMD researchers on topics directly relevant to pediatric otolaryngology. One year, non-renewable, $20,000, two available annually. Candidates for this award must reside in the U.S. or Canada.

Information on mentoring program for ASPO grant applicants

 

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Cook Medical

Cook Medical

AAO-HNSF Resident Research Grant sponsored by Cook Medical- Open to any AAO-HNS member in good standing who is a resident in an accredited otolaryngology-head and neck surgery training program in the U.S. or Canada. Proposed projects may be related to paranasal sinus disease, salivary gland disease, sleep medicine, voice therapy, airway, ultrasound and tissue engineering. One year, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum total costs.

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The Doctors Company Foundation

The Doctors Company Foundation

AAO-HNSF Resident Research Grant sponsored by The Doctors Company Foundation - Open to any AAO-HNS member in good standing who is a resident in an accredited otolaryngology - head and neck surgery training program in the U.S. or Canada. Proposed projects may be in any area of otolaryngology, but must include a component focused on minmizing the occurrence and impact of adverse events and improves patient safety in hospital systems and out-patient settings. One year, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum total costs.

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The Knowles Hearing Center at Northwestern University

Knowles Hearing Center Collaborative Grant - Open to physicians (MD at the resident, fellow or junior faculty stage) or PhD scientist in the U.S. or Canada, to support clinical research projects in otology or hearing loss. One year, non-renewable, $30,000 maximum, one available annually.

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Oticon

The Oticon Foundation

AAO-HNSF Resident Research Grant sponsored by the Oticon Foundation - Open to any AAO-HNS member in good standing who is a resident in an accredited otolaryngology - head and neck surgery training program in the U.S. or Canada. One year, otology, non-renewable, $10,000 maximum total costs.

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PSEF

The Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF)

PSF/AAO-HNSF Combined Grant - Open to senior residents, fellows or faculty who have completed residencies or fellowships within four years of the application receipt date. Applications must show evidence of a collaborative effort between the otolaryngology and facial plastics. One year, non-renewable. $20,000 maximum. This grant is available in odd years.

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