American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation, New Investigators Research Grant

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Deadline   4/24/2016

Description   The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHFoundation) funds up to 10 research grants for postdoctoral work in audiology and speech-language pathology. The grant's goal is to further new investigators' research activities within the field of communication sciences and disorders. Awardees will be chosen based on the significance, approach, ability, scientific environment, and innovation of the project. Grant recipients are also strongly encouraged to submit the results of their investigation to the Program Committee of an upcoming ASHA Convention or to an appropriate ASHA research journal.  
Award Amount   Grants of $10,000. 
Disciplines   Humanities. Life Sciences. Social Sciences. School of Education and Information Studies. School of Engineering. Health Sciences. Speech-language pathology and/or audiology. 
Academic Level   Postdoctoral Scholar.  
Citizenship   No citizenship requirements.  
Requirements   Must have received master's or doctoral level degree within the past five years. Students enrolled in a degree program are ineligible for this award. The individual must not have received prior funding for research, with the exception of internal university funding. The proposal must be for research to be initiated, not currently in progress. Investigator letter. Abstract. Up to 10 page research plan with specific aims, significance, design methods, and resources. References. Management Plan and Budget. NIH-style Biographical Sketch. Human Subjects with IRB-approval status. Letter of Institutional Commitment. Optional letter of support. 
Award Type   Fellowship/Grant 
Contact   American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation Research Grant Competition for New Investigators 2200 Research Boulevard Rockville, MD 20850-3289 (800) 498-2017, ext. 8703

Last Updated   7/6/2015 3:42:00 PM 
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