The purpose of this award is to support emergency care research related to COVID-19, which may include diagnostics, safety, therapeutics, disaster preparedness, or other relevant topic areas. The focus is on self-limited research projects that are impactful in the current or future practice of emergency medicine and can be completed in a one-year time frame. The goals of the grant align with mission of the SAEMF to improve emergency patient care through supporting the development of innovative researchers, expert educators and future academic emergency medicine leaders.
The goals of the Emergency Medicine Foundation COVID-19 Grant are to conduct research that will provide high-impact new knowledge to advance emergency patient care, improve response of hospitals/healthcare and EMS systems, and protect emergency medicine healthcare professionals during pandemics.
Through this RFP it is our intent to support patient-focused programs that help patients and providers address the heightened medical and educational needs of patients with PI during this pandemic.
Society of Family Planning Research Fund—Contraceptive Service Delivery: Capturing Innovations Responsive to COVID-19
In an effort to spur research focused on the shifts in contraceptive service delivery associated with COVID-19, the Society of Family Planning Research Fund (SFPRF) is offering the Contraceptive service delivery: Capturing innovations responsive to COVID-19 request for proposals (RFP).
During a large-scale health crisis, the health care system (including but not limited to providers, government, and public health and community organizations) is faced with a sudden increase in patients who need help. Digital tools can assist the health care community as it adapts to quickly changing circumstances and needs by addressing multiple categories:
The purpose of these grants is to support training and education research in the field of surgery and robotic-assisted surgery.
Given the urgency, Microsoft is mobilizing their AI for Health initiative to focus on helping those on the front lines of research of COVID-19. They’re focusing efforts in five specific areas where they think data, analysis and the skills of thier data scientists can have the biggest impact. And they’re immediately dedicating $20 million to this specific effort.
ASPEN is accepting applications to its annual Rhoads Research Foundation Grants program.
MIT Solve, an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a mission to solve world challenges, announced a prize pool of over $1.5 million for its next class of Solver teams.
Grant funding is to support innovative health services research that will advance the existing knowledge base in the areas of health care financing, delivery, management and/or policy.