Sleep Research Society Foundation Awards
SRSF Career Development Award
The SRS Foundation recognizes the challenges of transitioning from post-doctoral training to independent research funding. The goal of these mentored awards is to invest in promising early career researchers and assist with their transition into independence as junior investigators. The awards will be funded up to $50,000.
SRSF Small Research Grant Program
The Small Research Grant is designed to support the research of trainees and early career investigators who otherwise do not have the institutional resources to support new studies and/or do not have a sustained record of external funding. This grant is intended to provide seed funding up to $5,000.
SRSF Mentored Collaboration Grant
This grant supports trainees with limited sleep/circadian mentoring options in their chosen field of interest to mentors at other institutions that can provide rich, face-to-face opportunities in state-of-the-art research techniques, methods, and grant writing. Up to two awards of ≤$3,500 each will be given annually for travel-related expenses.
SRSF SLEEP Meeting Undergraduate Trainee Travel Scholarship
This scholarship is offered for undergraduate trainees with an interest in pursuing a career in sleep or circadian rhythms. Trainees will be offered up to $1000 reimbursement for registration fees, travel, and lodging costs associated with attending SLEEP.
SRSF Scholarship to AASM Foundation’s Young Investigator Research Forum
The SRSF partners with the AASM Foundation to provide scholarships to attend the annual Young Investigator’s Research Forum that is aimed at providing guidance, tactics, and strategies to better position young investigators for a successful career in sleep and circadian research. Covers the cost of registration.
SRSF Scholarship to the SRS Advances in Sleep & Circadian Science (ASCS) Meeting
This scholarship provides the opportunity to attend this single-track conference. The ASCS meeting includes sessions which contain extensive cutting-edge research discussions that bridge sleep and circadian science and specific trainee activities.