The AVF Foundation is pleased to announce that the BSN-Jobst Research Grant will provide a $100,000 grant for original, basic or clinical research in venous or lymphatic disease. The competition is open to residents, fellows in a vascular training program, as well as physicians who have completed their training within the past five (5) years.
Conrad Jobst dedicated his life and expertise to the development of gradient compression garments to better relieve the symptoms of venous disease. Mr. Jobst suffered from vascular disease, and his initial line of elastic “stockings” has now evolved into an extensive portfolio of advanced wound care and compression therapy products for the treatment of venous and lymphatic diseases. In 1995, in association with the American Venous Forum, BSN-JOBST initiated the BSN-JOBST Research Fellowship in Venous and Lymphatic Diseases to further Conrad’s legacy of innovation. For almost 20 years, the research developed by grant recipients has helped advance the understanding and treatment of vein diseases. The American Venous Forum and BSN-JOBST look forward to announcing details of the 2019 grant application process very soon.
Once you download and complete the application, please submit it via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 BSN-JOBST Research Grant
The BSN-JOBST Research Grant provides a $100,000 research grant ($50,000 per year for two years) chosen through a competitive peer review selection process.
Eligibility for the BSN-JOBST Research Grant
The JOBST Research Grant is intended as seed money for research in the clinical or basic sciences of venous and lymphatic disorders. This request for applications is focused on (but not limited to)
- The science of compression: chronic venous insufficiency.
- The science of venous ulceration: physiopathology and treatment.
- Diagnostic challenges in lymphatic disease.
- The science of management in the lymphatic venous disease.
- Deep Venous Thrombosis, physiopathology and new targets.
- Iliac vein compression, management challenges.
- The award is intended for students, residents, fellows, and young faculty less than five years from the end of their vascular or non-vascular training
- The award is designed to provide a foundation of research to build on future work and grants for mentored and independent research
- The awardee is required to attend the 2019 AVF Annual Meeting to receive the award as well as the subsequent two AVF Annual Meetings to provide a report on the grant project. The AVF will support these visits for the awardee.
- All students/residents/fellows are requiredto include a letter from their Program Director or Chair confirming a two-year commitment and enough time dedicated to research during their training
- Applications can be found here, and the submission process will open on Monday September 17, 2018 and the deadline is November 1, 2018 at 5pm CDT.
- Upon receipt of the completed application, you will receive an email confirming that your application has been received and is complete. If you do not receive this confirmation within 2 days of submission please contact the AVF immediately (email@example.com).
- Once the application has been completed, please submit it to: firstname.lastname@example.org