Provides monetary awards to select trainees with high-achieving abstracts
Designed to increase the number of underrepresented minority scholars in the field of hematology with academic and research appointments
In 2013 and for the next two years, ASH’s new bridge grant program will provide at least 30 one-year awards annually, in the amount of $100,000 each, to ASH members who applied for an NIH R01 grant or equivalent but were denied funding due to budget cutbacks. The long-term goal of the award is to help sustain recipients’ research and contribute to their retention in hematology investigation.
Prepares hematologists for careers in patient-oriented clinical research through a year-long education and mentoring program
Pilot program intended for early-to mid-level hematology faculty working in Latin American countries who are engaged in clinical research and training and wish to become more familiar with clinical trial design and execution.
Contributes to the development of the next generation of hematologists by supporting talented medical students and residents as they conduct hematology research. This award was formerly the Trainee Research Award and has been revised for 2013.
The Minority Graduate Student Abstract Achievement Award is the third component of the ASH Minority Recruitment Initiative following the Minority Medical Student Award Program and the ASH-AMFDP. The goal of the Minority Graduate Student Abstract Achievement Award is to attract and/or retain minority PhD students to the field of hematology through the ASH annual meeting.
Encourages the exploration of hematology research as a career for minority students from the United States and Canada in their early medical school years
ASH developed the Physician-Scientist Career Development Award to immerse medical students between their first and second or second and third years of school in a one-year, full-time research experience in hematology.
Provides funding to fellows in hematology, hematology/oncology, or hematology-related training programs who need protected time to perform research during fellowship training
Provides talented researchers with the financial support critical during the transitional period between completion of training and achievement of status as an independent investigator
Offers personalized training in translational hematology research and unique opportunities for networking and mentoring
Established to provide learning opportunities and training at host institutions for hematologists from emerging nations
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