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"To Graft or Not to Graft" - February 15-16, 2019 Event Info
All groundbreaking research discoveries start with an idea that typically needs funding to be put into action. One of Osteo Science Foundation’s primary roles is to provide funding for research in hard and soft tissue regeneration with a focus on Oral and CranioMaxillofacial Surgery. Our funding is focused on investigator-initiated, peer-reviewed proposals. This intellectual freedom encourages discovery in areas that scientists believe are most likely to advance our field and hasten improved patient outcomes.
There are several research grant awards, each with specific procedures and required documentation. Carefully review our research grant opportunities to determine to which one you are interested in applying.
Check to make certain that you meet all eligibility requirements prior to applying.
All applicants must be in the United States or Canada
Start your application by creating a new online account, or logging into an existing account. When the grant submission periods are open, you will see the available opportunities on your dashboard in the grants management portal. Instructions for completing the proposal or application are embedded on the actual application which you may save and return to at any time before submitting.
On the application page, you will have an opportunity to download a PDF file listing the fields that must be completed.
If applying for The Peter Geistlich Research Award: A proposal must be completed and submitted as part of the initial application process. A select number of applicants will be invited to submit a full application. Click for Process and Timeline.
If applying for The Philip J. Boyne Junior Faculty Award or a Resident Research Award: An online application is required. However, an initial proposal is not required.
Prepare documents to upload. (Links are also embedded within the application). For the full applications for ALL awards, you will be asked to provide: