√ Grant Application
√ Hypothesis & Specific Aims
√ Background and
√ Study Design
√ Budget (One Year)
√ Curriculum Vitae
Dear Esteemed New England Fertility Society Members,
It is with sincere pleasure that our society is announcing TWO new clinical research grants that will be awarded by NEFS and eIVF, a prominent ART electronic medical record system. NEFS and eIVF will be awarding TWO grants to NEFS members interested in using the extensive eIVF database for research purposes with the intentions of publishing their work and presenting data in 2018. This database is an extensive resource with access to approximately 30,000 ART cycles annually. The research will be performed on de-identified information of the researchers interest collected by eIVF. Therefore, an applicant does not need existing access to eIVF. The first grants awarded in 2016 will be presented at our upcoming 2017 Annual meeting at Ogunquit, Maine on May 6, 2017. Attached you will find the research grant application, which is limited to 2 pages for proposal description, study design, and budget.
The deadline for submission is TBD. After review of the grants, the two awardees will be notified by TBD.
The NEFS is excited to once again partner with eIVF to continue this grant for our members. Our Abstract and Research Committee is excited to share this opportunity with you!
Again, this award is open to any NEFS member (in-training members included) and selected members will have access to data in the eIVF database to complete their respective research goals. We encourage new members to apply as well.
We look forward to integrating this exciting research funding into our Society and hope that you will utilize this comprehensive resource.
John Petrozza, MD
On Behalf of the Abstract and Research Committee:
Wendy Kuohung, MD
Evelyn Neuber, PhD
Christine Skiadas, MD
Jill Attaman, MD
Shruthi Mahalingaiah, MD