AMSSM Foundation Research Grants (Deadline: 11/05/2021)

The purpose of the AMSSM Foundation Research Grant Award program is to foster original scientific investigations by members of AMSSM. Research proposals that investigate issues within the broad discipline of sports medicine will be considered, including clinical practice, injury prevention and rehabilitation, basic science, epidemiology and education. To be eligible, the primary investigator must be an AMSSM member. The grant application, additional instructions and information will be available in the summer of the grant year.
 

AMSSM Minority Research Grant (Deadline: 02/11/2022)

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.
 

CRN $300,000 Grant (Deadline: 06/03/2022)

***Not Currently Active*** Anticipated Release March 2022
AMSSM and its Collaborative Research Network have awarded one $300,000 research grant to support quality, multi-site research seeking to address key priority areas within the field of sports medicine. The grant was funded by AMSSM and the AMSSM Foundation and was open to all AMSSM members, who were encouraged to connect with collaborators both within and outside of AMSSM. The grant was intended as seed money to provide data for major external grants to follow. In alignment with the mission of the CRN, proposals were required to include two or more sites. Additional Grant Awards are expected to become open in future years. You must be logged in to access the Grant Application.
 

AMSSM Foundation Young Investigator Research Grants (Deadline: 10/07/2022)

***Not Currently Active*** Anticipated Release August 2022
The purpose of these awards is to support research projects initiated by AMSSM members 5 years or less out of fellowship. Research grant proposals that investigate issues within the broad discipline of sports medicine, including clinical practice, injury prevention and rehabilitation, basic science, epidemiology and education are welcomed. The primary investigator of the grant must be an AMSSM member at the time of grant submission. A young investigator is defined as 5 years or less since completion of sports medicine fellowship training. Current AMSSM fellow and resident members are eligible to apply. Resident AMSSM members may apply as the principal investigator but must have at least one full AMSSM member listed as a co-investigator at the time of application.
 

Stephen I. Katz Bridge to R34 Grant (Deadline: 06/16/2023)

***Not Currently Active*** Anticipated Release June 2023
This RFP is uniquely designed to help investigators gather the necessary preliminary data and evidence to support planning and conduct of a future interventional clinical trial through NIH-NIAMS. Because the NIAMS R34 award mechanism does not allow for data collection to support the rationale and feasibility for a clinical trial, investigators can use this Bridge Grant funding opportunity to gather essential support. Either pilot or preliminary studies are eligible for this RFP. Pilot studies often operate as miniature RCTs and should be used to evaluate the feasibility of such things as recruitment, randomization, retention, new methods and procedures, and/or implementation of a new intervention. Additionally, preliminary feasibility studies that aim to develop necessary interventions or outcome measures for a future clinical trial are also appropriate. The purpose of these studies is to assess whether or not an RCT will be feasible for a particular intervention introduced in a given population. Interested investigators are strongly encouraged to reach out to the CRN to discuss the appropriateness of their project idea for this Bridge Grant and to NIH NIAMS program officers to assess programmatic interest in the proposed topic prior to LOI submission.
 
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