IDSA Foundation: G.E.R.M (Grants For Emerging Researchers/Clinicians Mentorship) (Deadline: Feb 6, 2023)
G.E.R.M. was developed to provide grants to medical students to support a longitudinal mentored clinical learning and/or research project for up to a year, on infectious diseases-related topics including HIV under the mentorship of an IDSA or HIVMA member. This program replaced the IDSA Medical Scholars and HIVMA Medical Students Programs.
IDSA Foundation: IDea Incubator (Deadline: not announced)
A pitch-style competition, IDea Incubator encourages innovators and early-stage ventures with original inventions, products and ideas for improving with the potential to improve ID care to share their ideas with the ID community and judges in the business, medicine and technology industries.
IDSA Foundation: HIV Clinical Fellowship Program (Deadline: not announced)
The program supports non-infectious diseases physicians with gaining HIV clinical experience working with medically underserved patient populations.
IDSA Foundation: Microbial Pathogenesis In Alzheimer’s Disease Grant (Deadline: Feb 2023)
These grants support research that suggest evidence of an infectious agent or microbial community is correlated to Alzheimer’s disease and promotes novel research in the field of microbial triggers for Alzheimer’s disease.
EVERYONE Grant (Deadline: December 1st, 2022)
EVERYONE stands for Early Stage Investigator Program Promoting Diversity in Antibiotic Resistance Research. ARLG will have up to two seed grants per year that provide $50,000 in direct costs of NIH funding they are for research in areas related to antibacterial resistance (AR). MD, PhD, or Pharm D students, graduate or post-graduate trainees, or those with a faculty appointment of less than five years are eligible to apply.
See here for a link to the Everyone grant at a glance.
See here for the grant page and instructions on how to apply.