Foundation / Corporation
American Heart Association (AHA)
04/06/20 5:00 PM Central Time
Grants to USA research institutions to support cardiovascular-based studies related to COVID-19/Coronavirus. Funding is intended for research that will help investigators understand the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular pathogenesis, diagnosis, prevention, clinical manifestations, clinical management (including critical care management), and social behaviors that can lead to dissemination, containment, and complications of COVID-19.
In addition, to ensure rapid dissemination of results to the medical and research communities, one grant recipient will be selected to establish the COVID-19 Coordinating Center. This center will coordinate communication among the awardees, help establish collaborations where appropriate, receive results from all awardees and serve to coordinate dissemination of all findings resulting from this mechanism.
For applicants interested in also serving as the AHA COVID-19 Coordinating Center, an additional narrative will be required, describing the PI’s experience in multi-institutional collaborative research, data management, rapid and accurate dissemination of very contemporary research and clinical information, as well as institutional infrastructure supportive of this need.
GrantWatch ID#: 188659
AHA anticipates funding at least 10 awards. One grant recipient will be selected to establish the COVID-19 Coordinating Center.
Grant amounts will be up to $100,000.
Up to an additional $150,000 will be awarded for the AHA COVID-19 Coordinating Center.
Because of the urgency of this issue, innovative, highly impactful short-term proposals (9-12 months), which can show progress within the period of this award, are sought.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email applications and all documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject heading "COVID-19 Grant."
Direct questions to the email address above or call (214) 360-6107 (option 1).
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