Co-Chair: Janet Wu and Thomas Schlöglhofer
The International Consortium of Circulatory Assist Clinicians (ICCAC) has developed a research grant opportunity to support clinical research in the field of mechanical circulatory support (MCS).
Research Grant submissions will be open again from May 1 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30th
- Two $3000 grants will be awarded to the two HIGHEST scored grant proposals
- Blinded review will be completed by OCTOBER 15TH and awardees will be announced NOVEMBER 1ST, 2023.
- This is an excellent way to jump start your research.
- If any questions arise about how to develop your research protocol, please reach out to any research committee members or chairs
For this submission, you will need to submit the completed "Proposal Example" application (found at this link when logged in), as well as your CV, budget proposal and proposal. Much of these things can be included in the application. Good luck. We all look forward to seeing your grant proposals this year.
Presentation/Publication Grant Awards:
We will be awarding THREE $1500 presentation/publication travel grants
- Applicants must meet the following criteria: ICCAC member for at least one year, have a Peer-reviewed conference presentation (could be oral, could be invited presentation, could be poster presentation) that require travel expenses
- Applications will be accepted on three separate occasions: First round: May 1st- May 30th, 2023, Second round: September 1st-September 30th, 2023, Third round: December 1st-December 31st, 2023
- Presentation grants will be announced: First round: June 15th, 2023; Second round: Oct 15th, 2023; Third round: Jan 15th, 2024
- If any questions arise, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org
For this submission, you will need to submit the "Presenter Submission" application (found at this link when logged in) as well as your CV, budget proposal and proposal. Much of these things can be included in the application. Good luck!
June 2022 Awardee goes to: Thomas Schlöglhofer, MSc, for his work titled: Inflow Cannula Position as Risk Factor for Stroke in Patients with HeartMate 3 Left Ventricular Assist Devices
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.