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.
Minority Research Grant Deadline Approaching: The deadline for the newest AMSSM research grant is fast approaching! 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 February 15, 2021. Applicants will be notified, at the latest, with a funding decision in April 2021. More details can be found in the Minority Research Grant Award Request for Proposals (RFP).
|Congratulations to Drs. Jonathan Drezner, Kimberly Harmon and Aaron Baggish on being selected as the recipients of the 2020 AMSSM CRN $300K Research Grant for their research project titled "Outcomes Registry for Cardiac Conditions in Athletes (the ORCCA Study): a Prospective, Multisite Research Study".
|The long-term objective of their project is to establish an outcomes registry for competitive athletes diagnosed with cardiovascular disease. Initially, the investigators will launch a national registry using a cohort of NCAA athletes afflicted with COVID-19 to address urgent clinical questions related to the impact of SARS-CoV-2 on cardiovascular pathology and the risk of myocardial injury.
|This $300,000 grant award is being equally funded by AMSSM and the AMSSM Foundation as part of a $1 million-plus, five-year plan to support competitive CRN research awards.|
Past Presidents and Board Member Featured In Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal and Wall Street Journal TV recently featured Past Presidents Drs. John DiFiori and Paul Stricker as well as Board Member, Dr. Neeru Jayanthi, in simultaneous print and video reports. The print article highlights ways parents can help decrease potential risk for injury in young athletes by setting age-specific time limits. Drs. DiFiori, Jayanthi, and Stricker are all featured and discuss the AMSSM position statement on Overuse Injuries and Burnout in Youth Sports. Dr. Jayanthi was the featured guest on the WSJ TV segment, Lunch Break, where he went more in depth into why young athletes should train in multiple sports.
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