SVIN is soliciting Pilot Research Grant proposals from SVIN members in the area of Vascular and Interventional Neurology. The goal is to help initiate pilot research projects that will further the field or understanding of Vascular and Interventional Neurology. Projects may be initiated by individual principal investigators or involve collaborations between two or more SVIN members. Trainee and Junior investigators are encouraged to apply.
The SVIN Pilot Research Grant will provide up to $10,000 of funding over the course of one year. There may be the possibility of an additional year of support based on research progress and/or program need. Up to five grant proposals may be awarded after review by the SVIN Research Committee. Qualified applicants must be current SVIN members who are in good standing with society.
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Please submit applications electronically to email@example.com. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the SVIN Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 367-1143.
Testimonials from Past Pilot Research Grant Recipients:
“I have been able compose an R01 proposal for a national anesthesia trial, incorporating the SEACOAST protocol. The proposal has been included in the STEP program.” – Radoslav Raychev, MD
“I was able to obtain preliminary data for a randomized trial on BP management after thrombectomy (BEST-II).” – Eva Mistry, MD
“The SVIN grant was very useful in advancing my research and developing the pipeline for analysis of brain aneurysms. It has led to establishing our research as a national reference.” – Edgar Samaniego, MD, MS