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2021-2022 ATS Research Program Grant Opportunities

ATS Partner Grants without LOI Stage

These grants skip the Letter of Intent stage and do not require an invitation to submit a full application. These grants are offered in partnership with ATS Research Program's partners to support disease-specific research grants.
Deadline for Full Applications is Tues, Jan 11, 2022 by 11:59 pm ET

ATS Unrestricted Grants

Apply for unrestricted grant support. Up to five (5) unrestricted grants will be awarded in 2021. One (1) grant will be awarded in each of the three pillars: pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. The remaining grants will be awarded to the top-scoring projects regardless of the submitted category. 
These grants are no longer accepting applications.

ATS Diversity Grant

This grant supports a diverse applicant in an unrestricted research grant in pulmonary, critical care, or sleep medicine. Applicants will apply through the ATS Unrestricted Grant mechanism and indicate on the application they meet eligibility and would like to be considered for the ATS Diversity Grant.
This grant is no longer accepting applications.

ATS Nursing Research Grant

This grant supports licensed registered nurses with a PhD interested in research in the areas of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.
This grant is no longer accepting applications.

Partner Grants

These grants are offered in partnership with ATS Research Program's partners to support disease-specific research grants.
These grants are no longer accepting applications.

CHEST Foundation and ATS Research Grant in COVID-19 and Diversity

Applications must address clinical (hospital or outpatient) or community-related aspects of COVID-19 that focus on an underrepresented minority (URM) patient group.
*Administered by the CHEST Foundation
This grant is no longer accepting applications.

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