TU-FG-207B-01: Report On Development of a Database of NIH Funding of Medical Physicists

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Abstract

Up-to-date knowledge about federal funding opportunities related to medical physics research, as well as obtaining skills for writing effective grant proposals are critical for academic and entrepreneurial medical physicists. In this symposium, program directors from key federal research funding agencies, including the National Cancer Institute, the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, and the National Science Foundation, will present information about current funding opportunities relevant to the field of medical physics. They will also provide insight to issues that applicants should pay special attention to when crafting their research grant proposals. In addition, the symposium will include presentations on research funding for small business concerns, and the results of an independent AAPM study of the National Institutes of Health funding of AAPM members from 2002–2015.

Learning Objectives:

  • 1.To learn about current federal funding initiatives relevant to medical physics research
  • 2.To learn about tactics important for crafting convincing research proposals
  • 3.To learn about an independent study of NIH funding of research done by AAPM members

B. Whelan, this work was commissioned and funded by the AAPM

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