AAFP Foundation


Resident Research Grants

Congratulations for the 2013 Grant Recipients

Each year up to five grants for as much as $2,000 are available to support short-term research projects. First- and second-year Family Medicine residents are eligible to submit a proposal to the AAFP Foundation Research Committee for funding consideration.

  • Matthew Swedlund, MD
  • Nicholas Cohen, MD
  • Oren Rodriguez, MD and Aki Wen, DO
  • Ambar Kulshreshtha, MD, MPH 


These resident grantees will be reimbursed for travel expenses to attend the 2014 National Conference to give a 10-minute presentation on his research project.

A Best Paper Award will recognize the best overall research project. All grant recipient projects will be considered and the award will be given to the Resident Research Grant presenter whose proposal and final report show exemplary execution. 

Tthe abstracts of these projects are available below along with details about applying in 2014. 

Resident Research Grants Fact Sheet -- Find out more about the Resident Research Grants.
Application Process -- Access guidelines and application form.
Prior Years: Resident Research Grant Recipients -- Read about projects conducted by past recipients.
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