CCS/Pfizer ATTR-CM Research Fellowship Award
The Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS) and Pfizer have collaboratively created a research fellowship award entitled “CCS-Pfizer ATTR-CM Research Fellowship Award.”
This is a salary award where the purpose is to foster the growth of peer-reviewed Canadian research in the area of Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy (ATTR-CM), with a focus on excellence and support for early career Canadian researchers familiar with diagnosing and treating patients with ATTR-CM who are looking to establish an independent research career.
2022 Call for Applications: Closes March 9th, 2022 at 11:59 PM EST
Full details on the award and application process can be found in the CCS-Pfizer ATTR-CM Research Fellowship Award Handbook
Eligible research activities must involve clinical outcomes research or clinical research in an area related to ATTR-CM, which may include the study of early identification, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis and management; use of screening tools and their impact on improvement of patient health.
Ineligible Areas of Research
- Head-to-head studies
- Any indications outside of TTR amyloidosis
- Pediatric investigations
- End stage disease
- Dose response studies
- Tafamidis Animal studies
A single salary award of $60,000 will be awarded to one individual based on an independent peer review process. Funding begins the summer of 2022 for 12 months.
The Peer Review Process
All applications will be pre-screened for eligibility. Applications that are late, incomplete and/or do not meet the basic eligibility criteria will be not be considered for review. Peer review of all eligible applications will be conducted by a scientific review committee comprised of CCS members. All eligible proposals will be reviewed by at least two members of the peer review committee. All applicants will receive feedback from reviewers. All applicants will receive notification of funding/non-funding and awards will be announced by June 30.
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The Canadian Cardiovascular Society and Pfizer Canada are proud to support the CCS-Pfizer ATTR-CM Research Fellowship Award. With this award, we hope to support early career Canadian researchers familiar with diagnosing and treating patients with ATTR-CM who are looking to establish an independent research career.