Apply Now for the 2017 Research Grant

The ASE Foundation’s annual research grant program funds dedicated time for investigators working to demonstrate cardiovascular ultrasound’s premier relevance in the changing healthcare environment, and to promote new and innovative applications of the technology. In 2014, Victor Mor-Avi, PhD, FASE, received a $200,000 multi-year grant; the largest in the Foundation’s history.  At this year’s Scientific Sessions, he presented the results of his fusion of CTCA and 3D echocardiography research. The full presentation is available here.

Do you have a research idea but need funding to get it started?  The Foundation is now accepting proposals for its annual research grant program. The organization has placed an emphasis on the Structural Heart Disease area for this year’s grant cycle. We invite research proposals relevant to the value of echo-guided procedures in the cath lab and its impact on patient outcomes. Please visit ASEFoundation.org/2017-research-grant for details. Applications are due by October 31, 2017.

In this era of dwindling government research funding and support for research fellowships, the ASE Foundation plays a crucial role in supporting the progress and future of cardiovascular ultrasound. Support this initiative today with a donation to the ASE Foundation.

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