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2018 ATS Foundation/Fisher and Paykel Healthcare Ltd. Research Award in Respiratory Support with Nasal High Flow (NHF) in Patients with COPD

Fisher & Paykel

Applications are available on the Foundant Technologies Website.

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Anticipated Timeline

December 17, 2018 Full Application Period Opens
February 13, 2019 Full Application due by 11:59pm Eastern Time
March 2019 Grantee Notification
April 2019 Grant Start Date

Grant Opportunity

1 grant available
$50,000 per year for 2 years
Target Audience:
Investigators interested in research that is relevant to nasal high flow in patients with COPD
The focus of this research grant is proposals that advance research in respiratory support with nasal high flow (NHF) in patients with COPD. Projects may have a broad scope including COPD patients both in acute care during exacerbation and in chronic care. Applicants may request up to $50,000 per year for two years. Granted funds may be used to provide salary support for the PI or ancillary staff, to purchase supplies and/or reagents, or for subject enrollment fees directly related to the project or other allowable costs. Travel for the PI for purposes of presenting data related to the project is limited to $2,000 per year. Indirect costs will not be paid to the sponsoring institution. 
Award-specific eligibility:
• Junior investigators (as defined here)
• Must meet eligibility requirements for all grants found here
Fully funded by Fisher & Paykel. Please visit fphcare.com for more information about our partner.

ATS POLICY ON ADDITIONAL GRANT FUNDING

Simultaneous submission of grants with scientific overlap is allowed, but if multiple applications are funded, then the applicant must notify the Research Program within one month of formal notification of award. A subcommittee of the SAC will assess degree of overlap. In case of significant scientific overlap the applicant will have to choose between the ATS Foundation research grant and the other grant. Budgetary overlap is not allowed.


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Last Reviewed: December 2018