NSGC Special Interest Group Grant Awards
The Assisted Reproductive Technology and Infertility Special Interest Group (ART SIG) formalized this grant award program in 2013. The purpose of this program is to provide funding to research projects which focus on topics related to genetic services in this field. This grant award is only available to current ART SIG members. The amount of the award will vary from year to year, depending on the current budget and other ART SIG projects which require funding. Applications can be submitted each year between May 1 - June 14.
Andria Besser, BEd, MS, CGC
ART/Infertility SIG Award Guidelines
ART/Infertility SIG Grant Award Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria can be accessed here.
The CA-SIG Grant Award (CSGA) was created in 2002 to provide money for smaller projects that focus on the provision and study of cancer genetic services. The amount of money available for projects is different from year to year as it is based on the anticipated budget surplus. Proposals are due on February 15th of each year.
Any questions or concerns about the Cancer SIG Grant Award should be directed to the current CSGA Chair, Stephanie Cohen, at SACohen@stvincent.org.
Eligibility Criteria and Guidelines - Detailed information about the CSGA application and funding process.
INTERNATIONAL SIG SCHOLARSHIP
In an effort to promote research on international genetic counseling issues, the International SIG is providing one $450 scholarship to a NSGC member or genetic counseling student interested in focusing their research project on a topic related to international genetic counseling issues. To apply for the scholarship, please submit your proposal (maximum of 500 words) describing the project and how the award will be used. The winner of the scholarship will need to provide the SIG with receipts of their expenses in 2015 and return unused funds, if any. NSGC members may have any type of membership (full, new genetic counselor, associate, or student). Genetic counseling students must be enrolled and in good standing at an accredited genetic counseling training program in the fall of 2014. They must be members of the NSGC or planning to be members in 2015.
Cardiovascular SIG Grant Award
Cardiovascular SIG Grant AwardThe CV SIG is now accepting applications for our Research Grant!
Proposals are due November 15, 2014.
The Prenatal Special Interest Group (SIG) Grant Award (PSGA) was created in 2006 to provide money for smaller projects that focus on the provision and study of prenatal genetic services. These awards may be granted to Prenatal SIG members and student members of NSGC.
2014 Prenatal SIG Grant Award
We are happy to open the call for proposals for the Fall 2014 Prenatal SIG Grant Award (PSGA). The purpose of this award is to provide limited funds to smaller projects that focus on the provision and study of prenatal genetic services. These awards may be granted to Prenatal SIG members and student members of NSGC. The amount and number of awards will vary from year to year, depending on the SIG budget.
Proposals may be submitted from today’s date until Monday, November 24th, 2014, 11:59 p.m., CST. A determination of which proposal(s) will be funded shall be made by December 8th, 2014. The PSGA will notify the authors of the funded proposal(s) as well as the authors of the unfunded proposals. The awardee(s) must accept the award in writing via email within 4 business days of notification.
These awards are available to Prenatal SIG members and current genetic counseling students in an accredited training program.
Amanda Brosseau, Chair of the Prenatal SIG Grant Award Committee. Please direct any questions or comments by
Amanda Brosseau, MS, CGC
Prenatal SIG Award Guidelines
All pertinent information regarding the PSGA and proposal submission should be outlined in the attached document that can beaccessed here. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to Amanda Brosseau.
The PSGA committee members are looking forward to serving the Prenatal SIG membership and funding projects to help further the field of genetic counseling.
Eligibility Criteria & Deadline
More information along with helpful application hints and grant review guidelines can be accessed here.
The PH SIG Grant Award was developed in 2008 to promote the incorporation of genetics and genetic counseling into public health theory and practice by genetic counseling trainees of accredited training programs. This award allows use of SIG funds to support one or more student research projects. For this award cycle we have a minimum of $400 available.
Genetic Counseling trainees of an accredited training program who are current NSGC members in good standing may submit an application. Public Health SIG membership is not required. Trainees must submit their NSGC member number within their application. Grant award(s) will be given to (a) student(s) whose thesis research meets the aims of the Public Health SIGs mission statement selected by the PHSAC.
Detailed application instructions and details can be obtained by contacting:
Deadline: Proposals must be submitted electronically to Marisa Raymond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Research Special Interest Group (SIG) Grant Award (RSGA) was created in 2012 to provide monetary support to genetic counselors involved in research who are members of the Research Special Interest Group.
These awards are available to Research SIG members and current genetic counseling students in an accredited training program.
Jamie L'Heureux, Chair of the Research SIG Grant Award Committee. Please direct any questions or comments by e-mail:email@example.com or by phone at 515-570-9399.
Additionally, any grant award applications should be submitted directly to Jamie L'Heureux at the above email address.