The Society continues to promote research into the causes of and treatments for otolaryngic diseases by providing financial support for the research efforts of young
otolaryngologists. The Society has awarded more than $4 million to otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons in support of clinical and basic research. These competitive
research grant programs have included past funding for resident research projects and research training grants, and new career development grants and clinical scientist
awards. The Society focuses grant funding on the research career development of young otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons.
Triological Society/American College of Surgeons Clinical Scientist Development Awards
The Triological Society and the American College of Surgeons combined competitive grant program provides supplemental funding to otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons who have received a new NIH Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08/K23) or have an existing award with a minimum of 3 years remaining in the funding period as of October 1 of the application year.
This award is a means to facilitate the research career development of otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons, with the expectation that the awardee will have sufficient pilot data to submit a competitive R01 proposal prior to the conclusion of the K award. This award provides financial support in the amount of $80,000 per year for up to five years, or for the remainder of the term of existing grants, to supplement the K08/K23 award. Funding is dependent upon receipt of meritorious applications. Applicants must be Associate Fellows or Fellows of the American College of Surgeons.
• Triological Society/American College of Surgeons Grant Guidelines
• For additional information contact Gail Binderup (402-346-5500 or email@example.com)
• Information on other grants and scholarships available through the American College of Surgeons can be found on their website
• Current Award Recipients
• 2014 through 2015 Award Recipients
• 2008 through 2013 Award Recipients
Past Triological Society Research Career Development Awards Through CORE (AAO-HNS)
The Triological Society is no longer participating in the CORE program, however, investigators who have Triological Career Development Awards awarded prior to or during 2014 should forward progress and final reports to Gail Binderup.