Application submission has now ended for the 2021 Class of AMSSM Fellows. New Fellows will be announced to the AMSSM membership after the first of the year and honored at the 2021 Annual Meeting.
Applications for the FAMSSM Designation will be available on an annual basis. Please contact Kristin Ragsdale with any questions regarding the FAMSSM application.
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AMSSM Collaborate online community provides a forum for year-long connection, giving members the chance to have conversations, share resources and make connections with your peers.
The AMSSM National Fellow Online Lecture Series features talks from national experts on fundamental sports medicine topics pertinent to fellowship training and sports medicine board certification. Go to the collaborate.amssm.org site and view the available lectures in the Upcoming Events area.
The AMSSM CRN is pleased to announced the release of the 2022 CRN $300K Grant RFP. This RFP seeks to fund a collaborative research project that addresses clinical questions related to the practice of sports medicine and the care of patients. Proposed studies must be collaborative in nature and must be relevant to the clinical practice of AMSSM physicians.
All questions and clarifications related to this RFP or the CRN can be directed to the AMSSM Research Program Manager, Sarah Sund or phone: 608-265-0027, or Chair of the AMSSM CRN, Irfan Asif, MD or phone: 301-295-3632.
LOI Deadline: July 11, 2022
LOI Status Notification: August 8, 2022
Full Application Deadline: October 10, 2022
Award Announcements: December 12, 2022
All deadlines are at 5p.m. ET unless otherwise specified.
Do you know a College Athlete diagnosed with a Cardiac Condition?
Help AMSSM CRN support our 2020 CRN Grant Awardees. Drs. Aaron Baggish, Jonathan Drezner, and Kimberly Harmon are seeking participants for Outcomes Registry for Cardiac Conditions in Athletes (ORCCA).
Register with ORCCA today!
About.com: 2nd VP Discusses Five Types of Pain Cyclists Shouldn't Ignore
Though pain is relatively common in sporting activities, pain that does not resolve once activity is stopped or mild pain that increases in the days after an activity should not be ignored and should be evaluated by a sports medicine specialist. About.com caught up with AMSSM 2nd Vice President Matt Gammons, MD and asked what five types of pain he advises mountain bikers to never overlook.
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