Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Application Seed Grant
 International program
 You must log
Status: Doctor

Specialty: Cardiovascular surgery

Program's type: Research grant

Budget: -
Information: The PCORI Application Seed Grant is directed to SVS members developing Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) grant applications. The PCORI Application Seed Grant is one component of a broad strategy to facilitate clinical and comparative effectiveness research directed at solving high-impact questions in the care of patients with vascular diseases. The grant is designed to support and optimize an SVS member application for a PCORI grant, especially in both PCORI and SVS Clinical Research Priority Areas. SVS recognizes that members face significant gaps in knowledge in their day to day care of patients with vascular disease and acknowledges the challenge of designing and executing clinical studies to provide concrete clinical guidance. A major hurdle for investigators preparing grant applications are the costs of developing compelling preliminary data, recruiting and training collaborators, and creating tools in support of a competitive proposal. The PCORI Application Seed Grant will provide resources to a vascular surgeon principal investigator (PI) or Co-PIs to respond to a PCORI Funding Announcement. It is expected that the PI(s) will submit a PCORI Letter of Intent within 1 year of receiving the seed grant.
Speciality: vascular surgery
Requirements: must hold an MD or equivalent degree with postgraduate clinical training in vascular surgery. Must be an SVS Active Member. SVS Candidate Members are not eligible. Must have demonstrated experience in the conduct of clinical research. Experience utilizing VQI is preferred, but not required. If the candidate wishes to utilize VQI, the PI must be or collaborate with a member of the Vascular Quality Initiative.
Budget: $15,000 USD



Learn more
Similar programs:
EVERY HEARTBEAT MATTERS VALVE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
 Free program

 Doctor

 Fellowship – type of program, in which you can take part in patient treatment and\or research activities. (Ex. surgeons under this program can participate in operations and invasive diagnostic procedures).
 You must log
Information: The Fellowship provides an opportunity for CT surgeons to spend up to three months visiting a host institution for advanced VHD training and education to acquire skills that can be clinically implemented in their daily practice.
Speciality: Cardiovascular surgery .
Requirements:
-The applicant is responsible for identifying a training center and he must include a letter of support from the institution chosen.
-Applicant must be have completed his cardiac and/or cardiothoracic surgery training.
-Curriculum vitae
-If serving in a hospital/medical school — a letter from his/her chief/chair.
-A detailed plan outline for the proposed training, including with a timeline.
-A one-page narrative describing:
-Learning goals while at the proposed training center.
-The relationship of the planned course of study to his/her prior work and professional goals.
-A detailed outline of his/her current practice with an estimate of the number of underserved patients s/he treats annually, which includes:
-Types of diseases currently treated.
-An estimate of the number of VHD patients s/he may serve after training is completed.
Budget: Level One: Awards of up to $7,500 for no more than one month of study.
Level Two: Awards of up to $15,000 for 1-3 months of study.

go to the course
Visiting Fellowships from European Association For Cardio-Thoracic Surgery
 Payed program
 International program

 Doctor

 Fellowship – type of program, in which you can take part in patient treatment and\or research activities. (Ex. surgeons under this program can participate in operations and invasive diagnostic procedures).
 You must log
Information: EACTS Council is offering a limited number of visiting fellowships, to enable surgeons at an advanced training stage in cardio-thoracic surgery to visit some leading institution(s) of their choice in Europe.
Speciality: Cardiovascular surgery.
Requirements: Have advanced level of training in cardio-thoracic surgery. Have a Specialty Board certification. Preferably be less than 45 years old. Evidence of professional and scientific activities (lectures, symposia, publications) at local, national or international level. Good working knowledge of English, or the language of the institution which the visiting fellow is visiting.
Budget: Paid, 3000 Eur for 3 months + accomodation. Limited number of fellowship grants are available

go to the course
Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) Women's Leadership Training Grant
 Free program
 International program

 Doctor

 Special program – a unique educational course, that can’t be described by aforementioned definitions.
 You must log
Information: The SVS Leadership Development Committee periodically awards training grants to female vascular surgeons. The purpose of the grant program is to develop strong women leaders in vascular surgery who will, over time, exhibit the outstanding accomplishments and exceptional personal qualities of those vascular surgeons recognized by SVS for their lifetime achievements.
Speciality: vascular surgery
Requirements:
Submit a letter of intent (two pages or less) that indicates how you would use the award to advance personal leadership training and specific career goals.
The letter should describe what the recipient wants to accomplish, not just how the grant will be used.
Provide a curriculum vitae.
List three PubMed citations or any other types of citations from the past three years.
Submit two letters of recommendation.
One letter must be from the chair of the department in which an academic appointment is held; one letter from a colleague.
Budget: $5,000 award

go to the course
Heart Center Observerships from Boston's Children Hospital
 Payed program

 Doctor

 Observership – type of program, in which you have the opportunity to monitor the work of different hospital departments and research centers, but are not allowed to directly participate in patient treatment and research activities.
 You must log
Information: The Cardiac Surgery Program at Boston Children's Hospital is the largest in the US, performing over 1,100 cases a year. The program serves as a national and international referral destination for patients with all forms of complex congenital disease, both pediatric and adult.
Speciality: Cardiovascular surgery
Requirements:
- Letter from the applicant's Chief or Director stating that his/her home institution is your sponsor.
- Up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (in English)
Budget: Course duration is 2-4 weeks; there is a non-refundable fee of USD $3,000.00 per two weeks; four week stay, USD $4.500.00 (mealsand housing fees are not included and non-reimbursable)


go to the course
Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) and Pulmonary Hypertension Senior Fellowship Program from Boston Children's Hospital
 Payed program

 Doctor

 Fellowship – type of program, in which you can take part in patient treatment and\or research activities. (Ex. surgeons under this program can participate in operations and invasive diagnostic procedures).
 You must log
Information: The advanced fellowship program in adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) and pulmonary hypertension is a two-year multi-institutional program at Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. The goal of the fellowship is to train leaders in the field of adult congenital heart disease, with an emphasis on clinical excellence, innovative research, and education.
Speciality: Cardiovascular surgery
Requirements:
- Fill in Application's form (which consist of general information about applicant, list of publication, information about previous experience, research experience, a few letters of reccomendations)
Budget: For possibility to get a partial refunding please contact the Heart Centre.

go to the course
X
Authorizing
Login:
Password:

ENTER Registration
Forget password?