Graduate Student/Fellow/Resident Research Grants
Dr. Jessica Gilbertie, 2019 Grant Recipient
The goal of this program is to support equine veterinarians who are in programs that will advance their research skills with a goal of continuing on an academic or research career path that will ultimately improve the health and welfare of the horse.
Pilot studies or preliminary studies which are part of a major study or which will lead to a major project are of particular interest. Small stand-alone projects will also be considered. Based on a recent AAEP survey, areas of research interest include musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal, and metabolic disease, laminitis, factors to improve racing safety and development of new technologies (i.e., stall side tests). However, research applications on any topic will be considered for funding, and all investigators are encouraged to apply.
Who is Eligible?
- Trainees may be post-DVM researchers in a graduate program (masters or doctoral), residency training program, or a research fellowship program.
- Graduate Student / Fellow / Resident applicant must be an AAEP member with membership paid through June 30, 2021.
- The eligible researcher must be mentored by an equine veterinary researcher on the faculty at a University or in practice.
Funding requests should not exceed $20,000.
The deadline for submission is proposals – TBA (Check back after March 1, 2021)
To see the 2019 research grant recipients – CLICK HERE