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Calendar: Late Breaking Abstract Submission: 2014 Annual Meeting

MEETING: The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP) welcome the submission of original basic and clinical abstracts to its annual meeting via this online system. We invite you to submit an abstract and take advantage of the opportunity to have your work peer-reviewed by experts in the field. If accepted, your abstract will be published in a special supplement of the Arthritis & Rheumatology journal (on-line only) and displayed at the 2014...

Calendar: Ephraim P. Engleman Endowed Resident Research Preceptorship application

DEADLINE: The purpose of the Ephraim P. Engleman Endowed Resident Research Preceptorship/Resident Research Preceptorship is to introduce residents to the specialty of rheumatology by supporting a full-time mentored research experience with the goal of attracting promising physician scientists to the field of rheumatology.  

Calendar: Medical Student Clinical Preceptorship application

DEADLINE: The purpose of the Medical Student Clincal Preceptorship is to introduce students to the specialty of rheumatology by supporting a full-time clinical experience.  

Calendar: Health Professional Online Education Grant application

DEADLINE: The purpose of the Health Professional Online Education Grant is to increase the knowledge and skills of rheumatology health professionals to meet the needs of a growing rheumatology patient population by providing registration costs to complete either the Advanced Rheumatology Course or the Fundamentals of Rheumatology Course. For detailed information about these online courses, please visit Professional Meetings & Courses.

Calendar: Health Professional Research Preceptorship application

DEADLINE: The purpose of the Health Professional Research Preceptorship to introduce students to rheumatology-related health care by supporting full-time research by a graduate student in the area of rheumatic disease.  

Calendar: Medical Student Research Preceptorship application

DEADLINE: The purpose of the Medical Student Research Preceptorship is to introduce students to the specialty of rheumatology by supporting a full-time research experience.  

Calendar: Disease Targeted Research Pilot Grant application

DEADLINE: These smaller pilot grants are intended to provide seed funds to scientists with novel ideas. This allows investigators to gather preliminary data to determine whether a greater investment is needed in their research idea or if they should change direction in order to maximize outcomes. Investigators studying a wide array of arthritis and related inflammatory diseases will have the opportunity to explore extremely novel ideas within a low-risk, high-reward funding model.

Calendar: Disease Targeted Innovative Research Grant application

DEADLINE: These projects are designed to be carried out primarily by a single investigator/institution and must be completed within the two-year period. Projects may include biomarker development/ validation using patient-derived material, studies to understand pathophysiology using patient-derived material, and studies to improve diagnosis, prognosis or treatment using human subjects or patient-derived materials. The principal investigator is required to devote a minimum of 20 percent full-time...

Calendar: Last day to make your 2014 tax-deductible gift to the Rheumatology Research Foundation

DEADLINE: Established as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, the Foundation is the largest private funding source of rheumatology research and training programs in the United States. On average, more than 90 cents of every dollar donated is invested in Foundation programs.Since its founding in 1985, the Foundation has funded over $107 million providing more than 2,200 awards and grants to medical and graduate students, residents, fellows, physicians and health professionals. Some 77 percent of Foundation...

Calendar: Bridge Funding Award application

DEADLINE: The purpose of the Career Development Bridge Funding Award: K Bridge Award is to provide bridge funding for promising investigators as they are revising outstanding career development awards (e.g., NIH K08/K23 awards or VA CDA-2 awards). Through this bridge funding award, the Foundation plans to support young faculty members so that they have the highest likelihood of achieving success in obtaining longer term career development awards. Applicants must have received a score and funding decision...

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