CLOSED: Federal and American Heart Association funding opportunities for early career scientists in cardiovascular imaging are continuing to decline. Accordingly, other societal awards can potentially play an increasing role to promote research activities for those investigators who are early in their professional careers in field of echocardiography. The EDGES Grant is designed to address this gap. It also aligns with several important initiatives set forward by the ASE which include providing support and professional development opportunities for early career members in the Society, and the desire to create avenues for the continued evolution of echocardiography through technical advancement and through new applications to meet the complex needs of increasingly complex patient populations. The grant will provide three grants of $25K maximum to fund projects that will address a clinical gap in cardiovascular ultrasound imaging through research led by an early career scientist. An early career scientist is defined as an eligible member that has completed their terminal degree of training within seven years of submitting the application.



In early December 2022, we were close to meeting our Annual Appeal goal and by the end of the month we had surpassed it! The 2022 Annual Appeal raised over $266,000 from more than 2,500 individual donors. Thank you very much to all our of donors. Your support ensures that the ASE Foundation will continue to make a difference in the coming year.  

YOU are what makes us successful! 

2022 Annual Appeal – SO CLOSE!


The Foundation’s 2022 Annual Appeal goal is $225,000 and as of December 3, we have raised $212,606.34! We are very close to reaching our goal. Donate by December 31, 2022 to help us reach $225,000. To see all the ways the Foundation can accept donations, click here. To donate online today, click here

Record Breaking GivingTuesday!

The Foundation’s 10th annual GivingTuesday fundraiser was its most successful yet! Thank you to the 165 donors who gave $37,559 between November 27 – December 3. We could not have surpassed our $30,000 goal with you! Special thank you to our champion donors who gave more than $8,000. They are: Karla Kurrelmeyer, MD, FASE; Jennifer Liu, MD, FASE; Bharatbhushan Patel, RDCS, RVS, RDMS, FASE; Neha Soni-Patel MEd, BSME, RCCS, RDCS (AE/PE), FASE; and the Patel Family Foundation. 

We surpassed our GivingTuesday goal of $30,000—thank you so much!

The ASE Foundation is ecstatic to share that we have already surpassed our $30,000 fundraising goal! Thank you to the 109 donors who have contributed a total of $32,457.94 as of this afternoon. Thank you for your support on GivingTuesday!

We may have reached our goal, but we are not done! The Foundation is still accepting donations towards its GivingTuesday fundraiser until December 3, so if you have not already done so—it is not too late to donate! Every donation brings us closer to our 2022 Annual Appeal goal of $225,000.

An investment in the ASE Foundation is a testament of support in the future of cardiovascular ultrasound. Wherever your heart lies in our field, ASEF is making a difference. Show us #YourPriority with a donation to the initiative that most aligns with your passion. If you would like to make a donation to support a 2023 Global Outreach Travel Grant in memory of Greg Tatum, MD, FASE, please indicate that your donation is in his memory on the donation form.

100% of your donation will go toward charitable projects in 2023. Thank you for showing us that supporting the future of cardiovascular ultrasound is #YourPriority. Together we will continue to make a world of difference!

Today is GivingTuesday—Help Us Raise $30,000!

Hello, and Happy GivingTuesday! The ASE Foundation is thrilled to participate in this global giving movement for the 10th year in a row. To mark the occasion, we set an ambitious fundraising goal of $30,000. Will you join the movement and help us reach our goal?

Follow this link to make your donation today. Your contribution to the ASE Foundation is an investment in the future of cardiovascular ultrasound and directly impacts the scope and success of our 2023 initiatives. No matter where your heart lies, the Foundation can support your passion and you can take pride in knowing that 100% of your donation goes back out into the field.

On this special day, we ask that you remember the ASE Foundation. Donations towards our $30,000 fundraising goal will be accepted through December 3. When you donate, let us know what inspired your contribution on social media. Remember to include #GivingTuesday and tag @ASE360.

GivingTuesday is Next Week!

Join the ASE Foundation next week for GivingTuesday! We set a goal to raise $30,000 and need your help to reach this ambitious goal. Donations will be accepted online here from November 27 – December 3. 

If you’re planning to donate, you can make an early pledge now. Join Bharatbhushan Patel, RDCS, RVS, RDMS, FASE and Drs. Karla Kurrelmeyer and Jennifer Liu and make a pledge today. Thanks to them we’ve already raised $3,000 towards our $30,000 goal. Contact Foundation@asecho.org to make a pledge. 



Douglas Award Application Extended

The deadline to apply for the 2023 Pamela S. Douglas, MD, FASE Research Scholar Award has been extended to October 4, 2022 by 5:00 PM Eastern Time.

This award will grant a one-year (12 months) scholarship of $75,000 to support a clinical or translational research scholar in advanced cardiovascular ultrasound research. More information available here.

APPLY TODAY – 2023 Pamela S. Douglas, MD, FASE Research Scholar Award

The ASE Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2023 Pamela S. Douglas, MD, FASE Research Scholar Award. This award will grant a one-year (12 months) scholarship of $75,000 to support a clinical or translational research scholar in advanced cardiovascular ultrasound research. More information available here.

Application closes September 30, 2022, 5:00 PM ET.

Textbook Auction OPEN TOMORROW

Early edition textbooks authored by Drs. Harvey Feigenbaum and Liv Hatle will be available for auction from May 5th to June 10th!

Go to the auction webpage to view the available textbooks and place your bid! All of the books authored by Dr. Feigenbaum have been signed. 100% of the winning bids will be treated as charitable contributions to the Foundation. More information available here.