Early-Career Scientists Report Successfully Funded Research In a survey, 40 participants (35 percent) in ASHA’s Lessons for Success conference between 2005 and 2010 reported they had received at least one research grant from the National Institutes of Health, and 72 (71 percent) reported they had received funding from at least one federal agency, intramural source or ... At a Glance
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Early-Career Scientists Report Successfully Funded Research
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At a Glance   |   October 01, 2014
Early-Career Scientists Report Successfully Funded Research
The ASHA Leader, October 2014, Vol. 19, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.19102014.22
The ASHA Leader, October 2014, Vol. 19, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.19102014.22
In a survey, 40 participants (35 percent) in ASHA’s Lessons for Success conference between 2005 and 2010 reported they had received at least one research grant from the National Institutes of Health, and 72 (71 percent) reported they had received funding from at least one federal agency, intramural source or foundation. Several participants reported receiving more than one award.
The annual Lessons for Success Conference provides intensive training in grant preparation and funding opportunities to early-career scientists. This funding is critical to conducting high-quality, high-impact research and advancing the discipline’s science base. The conference is supported by a U13 grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (DC007835) and co-sponsored by ASHA and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.
National Institutes of Health Funding
Among awards granted within two years after participation in the conference, past participants were most successful in securing the Small Grant (R03), one of six NIH grant mechanisms.
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Funding Sources
Among awards granted within two years after participation in the conference from six sources, NIH was the most common source; 93 percent of the NIH grants were from NIDCD.
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