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Clinical Scholars Grant Application
Cedars-Sinai Clinical Scholar and Eigler-Whiting-Mann Grants
The overall goal of the CSMC Clinical Scholars Grant Program is to assist promising investigators in the early stages of their career development to become well-trained clinician-scientists competitive for NIH research project (R01) grant support.
To accomplish this goal, seed grants will be awarded for the purpose of conducting studies to generate preliminary data to support an application for a NIH career development (K08 or K23) or research project (R01) grant. It is expected that this award will supplement other departmental sources of funding available for the applicant’s research career development and will not be the sole funds available to support the applicant’s salary and research efforts.
Applicants for this award must be enrolled in their first year of the CSMC Clinical Scholars Program. Scholars must have successfully completed the first year program requirements prior to the award. Successful applicants must be able to devote a minimum of 50% of full-time effort to conducting research activities. The remaining effort may be devoted to research, clinical and teaching activities. For the full Grant Application Guidelines go HERE
It is anticipated that multiple grants of up to $30,000 will be awarded, of which at least one will be an Eigler-Whiting-Mann grant. Because the nature and scope of each award will vary, it is anticipated that the size of each award will vary also. Awards are contingent on the availability of funds.
2008 Grant Awardees
Victor Cheng, MD
Harmik Soukiasian, MD
Tsuyoshi Todo, MD
2009 Grant Awardees
Rashmi Mullur, MD
Anna Milanesi, MD
Yoko Miyasaki, MD
Joshua Pevnick, MD
Ines Donangelo, MD
2010 Grant Awardees
Fnu Deepinder, MD
Silvia Kurtovic, MD
Frank Ong, MD
Chrisandra Shufelt, MD
2011 Grant Awardees
The Eigler-Whiting-Mann Grant was established to support the research aims of deserving young postdoctoral biomedical investigators. The grant was established by Neil Eigler MD, James Whiting PhD, and Brian Mann, recognizing their long-standing commitment to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The donors specifically wish to recognize the ongoing need to provide seed funding for promising investigators who have yet to establish a track record of competitive grant funding in a particular discipline.