About the Grant
Aniara Diagnostica's Coagulation Research Grant provides $20,000 for
established investigators (eg - faculty at an academic institution) and for students/trainees to do innovative
coagulation / hematology research. Deadline for receipt of application is November 1, 2020.
The Aniara Research Panel awards one yearly $20,000 grant for
specialized in hematology and coagulation research. All
proposed projects must in the coagulation / hematology scientific field.
This year, we're asking for projects that deal specifically with EDS - Ehlers-Danlos syndrome - and its effects on hemostasis and thrombosis. Extensive bruising, spontaneous arterial rupture, rupture of hollow organs, and severe internal bleeding are predominant features in EDS.
Patients suffering from such syndromes typically undergo hematological studies including evaluation of clotting factors, platelet aggregation, and bleeding time.
Aniara has a passionate interest in this research because one of our own family suffers from EDS. We hope the grant will be used to spread
awareness of this disease and address its specific issues within the
hemostasis and coagulation fields.
Funding is restricted to North America, South America, Latin America, and Nordic countries. This Grant Program does not pay educational
tuition, nor does it offer scholarships of fellowships of any kind.
Applicants are expected to have advanced degress (Ph.D. or equivalent) and be associated with an educational organization or institution.
Independent researchers or those pursuing a Ph.D.-level degree may apply, but awards to non-Ph.D. applicants are rare. As a general rule, all applicants are expected to have published a minimum of three articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Aniara will award one $20,000 grant recipient per year.
Aniara Coagulation Research Grants may not be used for indirect costs, overhead, and other expenses not directly related to the project. Fringe benefits are also excluded, as are salaries.
Funds may not be used for travel to scientific / professional meetings or conferences, legal actions, land acquisition, endowments, construction of permanent field stations, or
publishing research results.
Thank you for applying.
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Aniara Coagulation Research Grant Brochure
Current - 2017
Dr. Christina M. Laukaitis, MD, PhD and Dr. Rohith Jesudas
2015 - Randal Westrick, PhD
2013 - Luigi Brunetti, PharmD, MPH, BCPS, CGP
2012 - Dr. Chad M. Paton, PhD
2010 - Leonardo R. Brandao, MD
2009 - Dr. Mirta Schattner PhD
2008 - Dr. Graciela Krikun, PhD
2007 - Dr. Margaret Prechel, PhD
2006 - Dr. A. Valance Washington, PhD
Dr. Dorothy Adcock
Medical Director / Laboratory Director Colorado
Coagulation Consultants, Inc. dba Esoterix Coagulation, Denver, Colorado
Dr. Kenneth A. Bauer
Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School.
His hospital positions included Chief, Hematology Section, VA Boston Healthcare System, and Director, Thrombosis Clinical Research, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Dr. Charles S. Eby
Associate Director of Educational Programs, Division of Laboratory Medicine at Washington
University Saint Louis, Member of Barnes - Jewish Hospital Credentialing and Health Information Management Committees
Dr. Andreas Hillarp
Position as hospital chemist at the Department of Clinical Chemistry, University Hospital, Malmo, Sweden
Dr. Mervyn A. Sahud, M.D., A.B.I. M.-Hem.
Medical Director Coagulation Department Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute
Dr. Sam Schulman
Associate professor in Internal Medicine at Karolinska Institute and since September 2004 also professor in medicine at McMaster University.
Agneta Siegbahn, MD, Ph.D
Professor in Clinical Coagulation Science Department of Medical Sciences, Clinical Chemistry Akademiska Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden.
Jogin R. Wu, Ph.D.
Associate Clincial Professor of Pathology, Duke University Medical Center. Associate Director, Clinical Coagulation Laboratory, Duke University Health System.