AHA Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Science
AHA url https://professional.heart.org/en/research-programs/application-information/research-supplement-to-promote-diversity-in-science
The purpose of this program is to support research experiences for predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in science (Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaskan Native, or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander), under the primary mentorship of current AHA awardees.
Only currently funded AHA faculty awardees with at least two years of funding remaining on the original award term at the time of application (April 1, 2021) may apply to serve as the primary mentor in the joint application with the eligible trainee from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups. The predoctoral or postdoctoral candidate must be identified by the primary mentor in the joint application submission.
Please complete the UI Routing Form/process to secure departmental and collegiate approvals at least five business days before the AHA submission deadline.
UIowa Completion/Routing deadline: March 18, 2021.
AHA deadline April 1, 2021
Applicants must be AHA Professional Partners at the time of application; this is done online. Join or begin the partner process well before the deadline.
Please apply as early as you can. The AHA has converted the application process from its own system, to using ProposalCentral, and there are still issues with this conversion.
PDF of application instructions https://professional.heart.org/-/media/phd-files/research/application-information/application-instructions/2021_aha_research_funding_application_instructions_ucm_495100.pdf
PLEASE NOTE: In section 7, titled “Institution and Personnel,” the PI-applicants must
- select “University of Iowa” as the institution;
- select “J. Martin Scholtz (email firstname.lastname@example.org)” as the Grants Officer; and
- select “Maria Soliman (email email@example.com)" as the Fiscal Officer.
- Selecting anything else will cause delays and could mean the application is not submitted prior to the deadline.
For answers to questions about eligibility and award details, applicants should first review the AHA Application Information page.
Other questions from University of Iowa applicants may be directed to Mary Blackwood firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 335-3968, or Tracy Titus email@example.com, phone 335-3202, in the UI Division of Sponsored Programs DSP.