New Awardees for Osher Research Pilot Grants
The Harvard Osher Center is pleased to announce its most recent cohort of Osher Research Pilot Awardees, benefiting from a total of $100,000 pilot funding between them:
Michelle Dosset, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
A SMART Approach to Reducing Atrial Fibrillation Symptoms
Dhruv Singhal, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Acupuncture for Breast Cancer Related Lymphedema: A Pilot Study
Jessica Whited, PhD; Jessica Lehoczky, PhD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Translating Discoveries from Regeneration Studies into Novel Biomarkers for Prognosis of Traumatic Limb Injuries
The research awards provide seed grants to support collaborative projects consistent within the Osher Center thematic areas of musculoskeletal health, healthy aging, and mind-body exercise. The purpose of the program is to provide early funding for innovative projects.
With the funding period starting in September 2017, this year’s recipients represent the fourth generation of awardees.
The next request for applications will open January 1st, 2018. Funding will start September, 2018. Learn more about the eligibility criteria, and application process for the Osher Pilot Research Awards.
Other opportunities for funding include Pre-Doctoral Fellowships and Post-Doctoral Fellowships. Learn more about funding Opportunities at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine.