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Grant to a USA and Canada vascular surgeon-scientist for a research project in vascular health. Funding may be used for directs costs of research in the areas of teaching, basic science, patient care, community service, outcomes and health services, translational, and clinical research.
The annual Vascular Cures Wylie Scholar award consists of a grant given to the most promising vascular surgeon scientists in North America who are dedicated to an academic career combining their clinical practice with original, innovative basic laboratory or clinical research. Vascular Cures is committed to advance the field through development of the next generation of leading vascular surgeon-scientists and envisions that this award will enable the recipient to devote a significant amount of his or her total effort towards fundamental vascular research over a sustained period, thereby helping the recipient to qualify for independent funding from national health agencies.
The Wylie Scholar Program is designed to support outstanding surgeons in the initial phase of their academic career, and to provide the financial assistance that will enable their development into academic vascular surgeon-scientists. The program has and will continue to create a pool of talented academic surgeons, destined to become leaders in vascular surgery and research at major medical centers in North America. The 2021 Wylie Scholar will be given the opportunity to be paired with a mentor/advisor who can provide research project guidance.
The key criteria for selection of the potential Wylie Scholar will be a demonstrated aptitude for and interest in vascular research, skill and promise in vascular surgery, teaching ability, and leadership qualities.
GrantWatch ID#: 165309
Vascular Cures will award each Wylie Scholar $50,000 per year for up to three years, subject to an annual review by the committee. The maximum award available for any Scholar is $150,000.
Grants are for up to three years.
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