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The AMSSM Foundation is pleased to announce the release of the 2023 Minority Research Grant Award Request for Proposals (RFP).
The purpose of the AMSSM Minority Research Grant is to provide research opportunities specifically for historically underrepresented minorities in biomedical research to advance representation across diverse backgrounds and promote health equity in sports medicine research.
A completed grant application must be submitted through the AMSSM grant portal by June 9, 2023. Applicants will be notified, at the latest, with a funding decision in July 2023.
For more information including eligibility criteria, please see the RFP for more details. Any questions can be directed to AMSSM Research Program Manager, Sarah Sund.
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ESPN Outside the Lines Segment Features AMSSM Past President
AMSSM Past President, Jonathan Drezner, MD was recently featured in the ESPN: Outside the Lines segment about the recent string of high school football-related deaths and what is being done to improve safety at the prep and college level. Dr. Drezner participated in a Q&A session answering questions raised about the sport's safety. Dr. Drezner is a Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Washington and team physician for the Seattle Seahawks. Dr. Drezner is an internationally recognized expert in sudden cardiac death in athletes. Click here to view the article.
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