Fredric S. Brandt, MD, Innovations in Aesthetics Fellowship Fund
2016-17 Grant applications are accepted until July 31.
Funded by The Allergan Foundation in memory of ASDS member and cosmetic dermatology pioneer Fredric S. Brandt, MD, this fund promotes and supports the career development of junior cosmetic dermatologic surgeon-scientists focused on cosmetic treatments and patient care.
Up to $100,000 in grants will be awarded to selected Fellow(s) enrolled in an ASDS-accredited Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery Fellowship Training Program in the 2016/2017 academic year.
ASDS members who have been accepted to an ASDS accredited Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery Fellowship Training Program (CDSFAP) for 2016/2017 Fellowship Academic Year. The research topic must be clinically oriented to cosmetic treatments and patient care.The Principal Investigator must have written approval from his/her program to accept the grant prior to submitting the application (Letter of support from CDSFAP Program Director).
- Completed and signed research grant application.
- Detailed proposed budget.
- Disclosures for Principal Investigator and any Co-investigator(s).
- Abbreviated curriculum vitae for the Principal Investigator.
- Bio-sketch of all Co-investigators.
- A letter of support from your CDSFAP Fellowship Director.
- Educational Goals (ASDS Annual Meeting and training courses, Preceptorships, etc.).
- A 250-word layman statement of the proposed research, including research objectives and educational goals.
- A summary containing the following required components specific to the research project:
- A detailed description of the hypothesis to be answered with support provided by the research grant. Figures and tables are encouraged.
- The significance of the research to the field of dermatologic surgery.
- A brief overview of prior related studies that have been published in the area of this research project.
- A description of the experimental design, procedures and process of data analysis that will be used.
- Complete citations of all referenced literature.
The Fellowship Program Directors are responsible for overseeing the research. Research grant funds are awarded to fund direct costs related to the research and are disbursed in four installments to the Fellowship Program.
Graciously supported by: