Founded in 1966, the Association for Academic Surgery works to inspire and develop young academic surgeons and is widely recognized as an inclusive surgical organization with more than four thousand members.
In support of this mission, AAS is inviting applications for its Joel J. Roslyn Faculty Research Award. Supported by the Journal of Surgical Research and its publisher, Elsevier Science, the award seeks to provide early-career research support to junior faculty members of AAS.
To that end, a single grant of $50,000 will be awarded in support of proposed research to be conducted by a junior faculty member in any surgical specialty or discipline.
To be eligible, applicants must be full-time faculty who have not yet attained the rank of associate professor. Applicants must also be an active member of AAS and must have at least one mentor who is an active or senior member of AAS.
See the Association for Academic Surgery website for complete award guidelines, application instructions, and a list of previous award winners.