The prinicpal investigator must be a first- or second-year Family Medicine resident and a member of the AAFP at the time of application.
How to Apply
Important Note: It is required that resident researchers seek guidance from a local mentor with experience in Family Medicine research for the development of the protocol and assistance during the project. The mentor will be required to sign the proposal along with the applicant.
- Instructions: Resident Research Grants(5 page PDF): Detailed instructions for completing the Resident Research Grant application form.
- Application: Resident Research Grants(3 page DOCX): Required application form, which must be completed and submitted by the deadline to Sharon Hunt.
Applications are accepted once per year on March 15. If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the application is due on the following work day.
- Submitted application first receives an administrative review to verify that it has been properly prepared and completed. Only applications that adhere to the application instructions will be reviewed and considered.
- After the administrative review, fully prepared applications are submitted to the Research Committee (RC) for review and ranking.
- Recommendations for grant funding are made by the RC and the formal awarding of grants is done by the AAFP Foundation Board of Trustees.
- Feedback provided from the RC to applicants whose submissions are not funded.
Awards are announced in late May.
For more information contact Sharon Hunt or call (800) 274-2237, ext. 4474.