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There is Grant Money Available to Study EMF’s! August 11, 2006

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How To Apply

applications must be submitted in writing to the Emergency Medicine Foundation. The Scientific Review Committee will review the application and the applicant will be notified whether a grant has been awarded. Specific guidelines are available from EMF for applying for these highly competitive grants.

For complete information on available grant programs, application deadlines or to request an application for an EMF grant, write the Emergency Medicine Foundation,

P.O. Box 619911, Dallas, TX 75261-9911.

Or call EMF at (800) 798-1822, ext. 3216,

or fax (972) 580-2816.

Riggs Family/EMF Health Policy Research Grant

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The Riggs Family/EMF Health Policy Research Grant

Program awards for research projects in health policy

or health services research topics.

http://www.acep.org/webportal/Education/ Research/


2007-2008 Research Grant Program Overview


http://www.niehs.nih.gov/emfrapid/ RepToCongress/INT_RPT-AppendixA.html

Research Seed Grants Available from FERNE

The rationale behind FERNE offering seed grants is to:

  • Increase research in neurologic emergencies
  • Increase the number of emergency physicians doing research
  • Present research in neurologic emergencies
  • Increase the number of presentations and publications on
  • neurologic emergencies
  • Help researchers in securing long-term funding

In exchange for the grant, FERNE asks that recipients:

  • Present their work at a national EM conference within 1 year of receiving funding
  • Produce a publishable quality manuscript
  • Acknowledge FERNE for its support in both the presentation
  • and publication

The maximum funding available for a FERNE Research Seed Grant

is $5,000. Applications are typically reviewed on a bi-yearly basis

(May and October) by a committee of four FERNE board members,

and more than one proposal may be funded each year.

To apply for a FERNE Research Seed Grant, please put together

a two page, itemized proposal of the study including:

  • The rationale behind the project
  • Specific aims and hypotheses
  • Methods of procedure
  • The proposed budget
  • The amount of funding being requested

Mail this, along with a recent copy of your CV, to:

C/O Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Illinois at Chicago
Room 471 H College of Medicine East (MC 724)
808 S. Wood Street
Chicago, IL 60612




1. Kathy Perry - August 11, 2006

Great article – what I find amazing is that all the dangers of EMF exposure has been hidden from the general population and not picked up by the mainstream media outlets. Maybe what we need is Reality TV show about it – then it might get some attention. Great to know we have a solution to protect ourselves with BioPro products. Kathy

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