2020 Resident Research Grant Application

In an effort to enhance the development of research skills among physicians in training, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) administers the Resident Research Grant (RRG) Program. This program is designed to give pediatric residents with limited research experience an opportunity to initiate and complete research projects related to their professional interests. Grants of $2000 (plus a $1,000 travel stipend) are available. All fields below are required. For complete instructions for this program (AAP Member ID Login is required) please click here.
Deadline Friday, February 28, 2020
GENERAL INFORMATION


EDUCATION AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
Are you enrolled in a combined training program? *
If YES, please indicate which program:

PROJECT MENTOR

Please note that your chosen Project Mentor must be a good-standing member of the AAP.

PROGRAM DIRECTOR
DEPARTMENT CHAIR

PEDIATRIC TRAINING
 Hospital NameCity/StateDates (From – To)
PGY-1
 Hospital NameCity/StateDates (From – To)
PGY-2
 Hospital NameCity/StateDates (From – To)
PGY-3
 Hospital NameCity/StateDates (From – To)
PGY-4
 Hospital NameCity/StateDates (From – To)
PGY-5

GRANT INFORMATION
Proposals involving human subjects require Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval. Has your IRB approved this proposal? *

The $3,000 check ($2,000 grant award plus $1,000 travel stipend) will be made payable to the name of the institution. The grant must be used specifically for this project.  Funds from grant award should not be used for computer equipment.  No indirect charges will be paid to the institution. 

Please issue the check to:

PROPOSED RESEARCH PROJECT
0/500 words
0/300 words
0/750 words

Upload a copy of your biographical sketch in standard National Institutes of Health (NIH) format limited to 5 pages. For an example of the NIH format, please refer to the following link: http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/funding/phs398/biosketchsample.doc.

How did you hear about this program (choose all that apply)? *
 

REMINDERS
  1. Ask your project mentor to e-mail a letter of support to Jeannine Hess at jhess@aap.org with his or her biographical sketch in standard NIH format limited to 5 pages. This sketch should include a list of the mentor's research funding.
  2. Ask your chairperson or program director to e-mail a letter of support to jhess@aap.org​.
  3. Make sure the application has been submitted and all supporting documents are emailed to jhess@aap.org​ by February 28, 2020.
  4. If you have any othe​​r questions, please send an e-mail message to jhess@aap.org or call the Academy at 800/433-9016, extension 6176.