OREF is now accepting LOIs for the Sports Medicine Grant In Honor of Russell F. Warren, MD
, the OREF Total Joint Replacement Grant in Honor of Dr. Jorge O. Galante, MD
, the OREF Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis Research Grant
and applications for the OREF Resident Research Project Grant
Three Research-Specific Opportunities
The OREF Soft Tissue Repair and Regeneration Sports Medicine Grant In Honor of Russell F. Warren, MD
provides $150,000 to $225,000 for a 2-to-3-year study focused on the development of new cell and tissue-based strategies to prevent, repair, regenerate, or replace injured musculoskeletal tissues. LOIs due Friday, April 12, 2019. Learn more about this grant.
The OREF Total Joint Replacement Grant in Honor of Dr. Jorge O. Galante, MD
provides up to $300,000 over a 3-year grant period for research focused on total joint replacement. Areas of research focus may include: New surgical techniques, devices, joint implant designs, joint implant materials, or the biology of disease and repair. LOIs due Friday, April 12, 2019. Learn more about this grant.
The OREF Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis Research Grant
provides $50,000 over a 1-year grant period for research that aims to help us to better understand how to prevent and treat knee osteoarthritis, one of the most common causes of disability in adults. LOIs due Friday, April 12, 2019. Learn more about this grant.
The OREF Resident Research Project Grant
provides up to $5,000 to residents who are interested in research. Resident Research Project Grants are offered three times per year. Residents may apply only once during the year and are encouraged to select the grant cycle that most closely aligns with their research rotations. Applications due Monday, June 17, 2019. Learn more about this grant
We look forward to receiving your applications and learning about the exciting research you are proposing! Please share this announcement with all investigators you believe may be interested in these opportunities. Have questions about the OREF grants program? Visit our FAQ page
or email the grants team