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CALL FOR PROPOSALS - GENERAL INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS
The American Dermatologic Association is pleased to announce it’s 2016 Dermatology Resident/Fellow research award to two individuals whose research is related to the following subjects only:
- The integral nature of Dermatology in Medicine.
- Issues and matters leading to the marginalization of Dermatology.
- Awardees will be expected to present their research and findings to the general membership of the American Dermatological Association at the Annual meeting in Santa Barbara, CA on
- The ADA will cover the cost of attendance including travel, room, and board.
- An additional monetary grant of $500 will be provided to the awardees.
Applicants must be an active Dermatology resident in good standing in an ACGME accredited Dermatology program or a Dermatology fellow having completed an ACGME accredited Dermatology residency within 5 years. Applicants must have the approval and capacity to present at the 2016 ADA annual meeting. [Awardee will be expected to attend the entire meeting] Applicant’s proposed project must be under the mentorship of a faculty member of an ACGME accredited Dermatology program. [Mentors need not be ADA members] Applications must be submitted electronically with an attestation from the applicant’s mentor and department chairperson unless they are one and the same.
May 9, 2016 (Applications received after this date will not be considered)
About the ADA
Founded in 1876, the American Dermatological Association (ADA) was the first national dermatological society in the United States. Its members are recognized leaders in Dermatology research, education, organizational medicine, and patient care. Its charge is to further the advancement of all aspects of scientific endeavor in Dermatology. In the execution of its enduring mission, it has been responsible for the development of a number of dermatologic organizations including the American Academy of Dermatology, the Society for Investigative Dermatology, and the American Board of Dermatology. Membership in the ADA is achieved through nomination and election based on meritorious contributions to the field of Medicine and Dermatology.
The American Dermatological Association is funded entirely from membership dues. There are no external or commercial sources of support.
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ADA 2016 Resident Research Award
Email: Ameriderm1930@gmail.com Telephone: (954) 452-1113
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