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2020 ATS Research Program Grant Opportunities

Partner Grants Without LOI Stage Accepting full applications beginning Thursday, October 1, 2020
These grants skipped the letter of intent (LOI) stage and do NOT require an invitiation to submit. They are offered in partnership with ATS Research Program's partners to support disease-specific research grants and fellowships.
Nursing Research Award These grants are for licensed registered nurses with a PhD. Up to two (2) grants will be awarded in 2020. 
No longer accepting letters of intent. Must be invited to submit full application.
Partner Grants These grants are offered in partnership with ATS Research Program's partners to support disease-specific research grants and fellowships.
No longer accepting letters of intent. Must be invited to submit full application.
Unrestricted Grants Apply for unrestricted grant support. Up to seventeen (17) unrestricted grants will be awarded in 2020. Two (2) grants will be awarded in each of the three pillars: pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. The remaining grants will be awarded to the top-scored projects regardless of the submitted category.
No longer accepting letters of intent. Must be invited to submit full application.
ATS/GSK Research Grant in COVID-19 Two (2) grants are available for Assistant Professors or equivalent conducting research in COVID-19.
No longer accepting applications.
ATS/CHEST Foundation Research Grant in Diversity The focus of this research grant is clinical research that contributes to the understanding of the pathophysiology or treatment of conditions related to pulmonary, critical care, or sleep medicine that disproportionately affects URM patient groups.
No longer accepting applications.

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