The American Otological Society is committed to the non-promotional advancement of knowledge and science and to a free exchange of medical education in otology and neurotology.
Below are the grant applications available in MS Word format. Please review complete instructions, provided within the application. The American Otological Society uses an NIH-like application format for this grant program. Specifically, PHS Form 398 is used and applicants are to follow those instructions unless it is a portion of the application that we have modified.. http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/phs398/phs398.html
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AMERICAN OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY
The American Otological Society can only accept grant applications and reference letters electronically. Please prepare your application electronically with your preferred word-processor, and after that convert the final document to a PDF file using Adobe Acrobat or the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. (We discourage scanning paper documents, as lower quality resolution usually is the result.)
Please submit your final application by email in the PDF format. Reference letters may be electronically prepared and signed as PDF documents, or may be scanned as PDF documents, in order that they may be submitted as part of the grant application. If your application is accepted for funding, you will be required to submit the original signature documents and reference letters to the American Otological Society Administrative Office at 1980 Warson Rd. Springfield, IL 62704.
The grants and reference letters are to be submitted via email to Dr. John Carey, Executive Secretary of the American Otological Society Research Fund,,
firstname.lastname@example.org and to Kristen Bordignon, Administrator for the American Otological Society Research Fund, mail to: email@example.com
Deadline for submission is January 31, 2014, to be considered for funding
AMERICAN OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC.
AMERICAN OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY RESEARCH
RESEARCH GRANT AWARDS AND TRAINING FELLOWSHIPS
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To Study Otosclerosis, Meniere's Disease, and Related Disorders
Submission Deadline: January 31, 2014
American Otological Society
The American Otological Society is committed to the non-promotional
advancement of knowledge and science and to a free exchange of medical
education in otology
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