Research Grants & Awards
Through a generous grant from the ACP Foundation, the ACP offers several grant opportunities annually. The ACP is committed to the advancement of phlebology. We would like to see studies/proposals that will cover the following:
- BASIC SCIENCE
- CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY AND VENOUS ULCERATION
- COMPRESSION THERAPY
- DEEP VENOUS THROMBOSIS
- INTERVENTIONS – SURGICAL, ENDOVENOUS, MECHANICAL OR PHARMACEUTICAL
- PELVIC VENOUS DISEASE - REFLUX & OBSTRUCTION
- SCIENTIFIC REPORTING
- SUPERFICIAL VENOUS DISEASE
- TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES
- VENOTONIC DRUGS
- VENOUS DIAGNOSTICS
- VENOUS MALFORMATIONS
Below are the suggested pathways from which a researcher can choose. Typically, we would like to see grants submitted by MAY 1 with the understanding that IRB, other criteria and research will commence in the same year. All grants should run for one year or as otherwise outlined in proposal.
All grantees will be required to present at an Annual Congress (budget should include travel and registration). If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For the Grant Application Process, please CLICK HERE.
PATHWAYS for Grants:
For young investigators in graduate-level medical or research programs who are not yet professionally established in the phlebological sciences and wish to gain insight into scientific investigation in the field of phlebology.
For junior faculty, typically at institutions of higher learning, with a career interest in phlebology research to initiate a basic, pre-clinical, or pilot clinical research project of importance to the field of phlebology. Associate professors and full professors are not eligible, and applicants must not have received major grant support exceeding $50,000.
(up to $100,000 for 12 months)
For the experienced researcher. This investigator will have had prior grant experience, published research in a peer reviewed journal, and references. This research will have to include a plan for publication in a peer reviewed journal.
In addition to the above three grants, the ACP offers two additional grants. The JOBST Research Award of the Advancement of Phlebology is a $15,000 annual grant for general research in Phlebology. The Walter P. de Groot, MD Clinical Phlebology Fellowship has two areas of focus: domestic member physicians wanting to advance their phlebological skills, and international physicians wishing to attend the ACP Annual Congress.