Early Career Research Grants
Whilst cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality in the US continues to rise, funding for clinical research has remained relatively stagnant.
As a result, early career cardiovascular interventionalists interested in research have found it increasingly difficult to find funding for their work.
In response SCAI is launching three Early Career Research Grants that will fund one year of research and support the career development of the next generation of academic interventional cardiologists.
Emerging Leadership Mentorship (ELM)
A two year program that combines training, coaching, mentoring and networking approaches to facilitate the clinical and professional development of early career interventionalists.
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Women in Innovations (WIN)
Designed and run by female interventional cardiologists this program includes academic research, dedicated educational programs, mentoring and networking opportunities, and:
The SCAI-WIN CHIP Fellowship
An initiative established by SCAI's Women-in-Innovations Committee offering an additional year of advanced training to women who are interventional cardiology (IC) fellows or practicing interventional cardiologists.