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Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation
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  • 1. Sources Of AAO-HNS Foundation Research Funding Maureen Hannley, PhD Chief Research Officer
  • 2. AAO-HNS FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAMS
    • 1983: Research Office, Research Endowment Fund established
    • 1985: 1 grant given (Norwich-Eaton)
    • 1986-2000: 10 new grant mechanisms added (4 collaborative; 2 endowed; 2 corporate)
    • 1999: CORE program established
    • 2002-2003: Electronic grant application and review system launched
  • 3. GRANT PROGRAM OBJECTIVES
    • Prepare young investigators to write competitive grant applications
    • Provide seed/pilot funds for preliminary data collection, development of skills
    • Prepare reviewers to sit on NIH and other comparable study sections
  • 4. TYPES OF RESEARCH GRANTS
    • 12 Research project grants ($290,000)
    • 9 Research training grants ($110,000)
    • 5 Career development grants ($95,000)
  • 5. CENTRALIZED OTOLARYNGOLOGY RESEARCH EFFORTS (CORE)
    • Uniform application form, deadlines, review for all grant programs
    • Uniform rigor of review
    • More comprehensive view of spectrum of research in otolaryngology
    • Optimizing use of funds to support most meritorious research across focus areas
  • 6. CORE SOCIETIES
    • Triological Society
    • American Neurotology Society
    • American Head and Neck Society
    • American Rhinological Society
    • American Academy of Facial Plastic and Recon-structive Surgery
    • American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy
    • American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology
    • American Laryngological Association
    • American Hearing Research Foundation
    • Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation
  • 7. RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS
    • Resident Research Grants ($10,000) up to 7
    • Percy Memorial Research Grant ($25,000) 1
    • Health Services Research ($10,000) 2
    • Combined PSEF/AAO-HNSF Research Grant ($10,000) 1
    • ANS/AAO-HNSF Herbert Silverstein Neurotology Research Grant ($30,000) 1
  • 8. RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS
    • AHNS Pilot Grant ($10,000) 2
    • AHRF Wiley Harrison Award ($25,000) 1
    • ASPO Research Grant ($15,000) 1
    • ALA Research Grant ($25,000) 1
    • AAFPRS Bernstein Award ($25,000) 1
    • AAFPRS Resident Grant ($5,000) 3
    • AAOA Research Grant ($10,000) 1
  • 9. RESEARCH TRAINING GRANTS
    • Earleen Elkins Award ($15,000) 2
    • GlaxoSmithKline Clinical Research Fellowship ($50,000) 1
    • Triological Society ($10,000) 4
    • ARS Resident Grant ($5,000) 2
  • 10. CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
    • AHNS Young Investigator ($20,000) 1
    • AAFPRS Investigator Development ($15,000) 1
    • ARS New Investigator ($20,000) 1
    • Triological Career Development
    • ($40,000) 2
  • 11. REQUIREMENTS
    • Most require membership in respective organizations
    • All require final report, financial status report
    • Most require presentation and/or publication at organization meeting or journal
  • 12. APPLICATION REVIEW
    • CORE Study Section and/or ad hoc
      • 2-3 independent, expert reviews
      • “ Pink sheet” provided to each applicant
    • Review criteria
      • Significance
      • Approach
      • Feasibility
      • Environment
  • 13. TIMELINES
    • Letter of Intent
      • December 15
    • Application Submission
      • January 15
    • Review
      • Mid-March to early April
    • Earliest Start Date
      • July 1 (can start as late as January 1)
  • 14. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    • What are my chances of getting a grant?
    • Why is the application so complicated?
    • Can I apply in more than one category?
    • What if I already have other funding?
    • Do I have to publish the results in the white journal?
    • The dog ate my application/I have carpal tunnel syndrome/It’s my anniversary. Can I turn in the application a little late?
  • 15. SUCCESS RATE  32%
  • 16. PROJECT FOCUS AREAS Otology/ neurotolgy Head & neck surgery/oncology Facial plastic Laryngology Allergy/ rhinology Other
  • 17. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    • What are my chances of getting a grant?
    • Why is the application so complicated?
    • Which grant should I apply for?
    • What if I already have other funding?
    • Do I have to publish the results in the white journal?
    • The dog ate my application/I have carpal tunnel syndrome/It’s my anniversary. Can I turn in the application a little late?
  • 18. DEMANDING APPLICATION
    • Based on PHS 398 used by NIH
    • Key components
      • Abstract
      • Specific Aims
      • Background & significance
      • Preliminary Results
      • Research Plan
    • Goal: Prepare for continued research with larger funding
  • 19. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    • What are my chances of getting a grant?
    • Why is the application so complicated?
    • Can I apply for more than one grant?
    • Do I have to publish the results in the white journal?
    • The dog ate my application/I have carpal tunnel syndrome/It’s my anniversary. Can I turn in the application a little late?
  • 20. APPLICATION STRATEGY
    • Same groups (RPG, RT, RCD) have same application forms
    • Cover letter stating willingness to have project considered for other funding; may require budget adjustments
    • Centralized funding “across party lines” for most meritorious research
  • 21. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    • What are my chances of getting a grant?
    • Why is the application so complicated?
    • Can I apply for more than one grant?
    • Do I have to publish the results in the white journal?
    • The dog ate my application/I have carpal tunnel syndrome/It’s my anniversary. Can I turn in the application a little late?
  • 22. PUBLICATION/PRESENTATION REQUIREMENTS
    • O-HNS has right of first refusal for Foundation -funded grants
    • Clinical significance abstract in lieu of Journal publication per Editor
    • Resident Research Grants MUST be presented at Research Forum
  • 23. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    • What are my chances of getting a grant?
    • Why is the application so complicated?
    • Can I apply in more than one category?
    • What if I already have other funding?
    • Do I have to publish the results in the white journal?
    • The dog ate my application/I have carpal tunnel syndrome/It’s my anniversary. Can I turn in the application a little late?
  • 24. NO
  • 25. OTHER SOURCES
    • GrantsNet
    • Community of Science
    • The Foundation Center
    • Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs
    • ARIS Links
    • NIH Guide
  • 26. CONTACT INFORMATION
    • Maureen Hannley, PhD
      • (703) 519-1547
      • [email_address]
    • Fareen Pourhamidi, MS, MPH
      • (703) 684-4293
      • [email_address]
    • www.entnet.org/research

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