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Research Fellowships

All fellows will be selected by ARCF Trustees from researchers having high quality abstracts accepted for presentation at the AARC Congress 2015. Since all accepted abstracts are considered no formal application is required. Under special circumstances determined by the ARCF Board of Trustees, fellowships may be awarded to highly qualified researchers identified through other sources. Visit the OPEN FORUM Call for Abstracts page for more information. Fellows will be presented awards at the AARC Awards Ceremony.

Each award consists of a plaque, airfare, one night lodging, and registration for the AARC Congress 2015.

Charles W. Serby COPD Research Fellowship
GSK This Fellowship was established in 2002 to promote research and education in the area of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This award is funded by a grant from Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in honor of Dr. Charles Serby's long-standing commitment to respiratory clinical research. Recipient will receive a sculpture from Boehinger Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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Monaghan/Trudell Fellowship for Aerosol Technique Development
Monaghan This fellowship is intended to support projects dealing with aerosol delivery issues. Projects may include modeling studies, in-vitro studies, or clinical studies. The focus should be on developing cost-effective approaches to aerosol delivery. This fellowship was begun in 1993 with a grant from Trudell Medical, Monaghan Medical in the United States, a major international manufacturer and distributor of aerosol related equipment. Recipient will receive a crystal sculpture from Monaghan/Trudell.
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Philips Respironics Fellowship in Non-Invasive Respiratory Care
Respironics This fellowship is designed to foster projects dealing with non-invasive techniques to provide ventilatory support. Projects can be device development, device evaluation, cost effectiveness analysis, or education programs. This fellowship was begun in 1993 with a grant from Respironics, Inc., a major manufacturer of non-invasive ventilator technology.
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Philips Respironics Fellowship in Mechanical Ventilation
Respironics This fellowship is designed to foster projects dealing with mechanical ventilation, especially outside of the intensive care unit. Projects can be device development, device evaluation, cost effectiveness analysis, or education programs. This fellowship was begun in 1993 with a grant from Respironics, Inc., a major manufacturer of non-invasive ventilator technology.
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CareFusion Fellowship for Neonatal and Pediatric Therapists
CareFusion This fellowship was established in 2001 with a grant from VIASYS Healthcare, a consortium of companies manufacturing and distributing respiratory care products ranging from mechanical ventilators and comprehensive pulmonary function testing equipment to monitors and disposable products. This fellowship is designed to foster projects in the field of neonatal and pediatric critical care. Projects involving original research in mechanical ventilation issues using bench models, animal models or human subjects are encouraged.
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Allen & Hanburys/GlaxoSmithKline Fellowship for Asthma Care Management Education

This fellowship provides supplementary support for a one-year period to permit the fellow to complete a project in asthma education. It is designed to foster projects that address issues of asthma education, asthama self-management and asthma awareness. This fellowship was established in 1993 with a grant from Allen & Hanburys, a division of GlaxoSmithKline.

 

Jeri Eiserman, RRT Professional Education Research Fellowship

This award was funded in 2015 by a grant from the Anesthesia and Respiratory Division of Teleflex, a leading global medical device provider, in honor of Mrs. Jeri Eiserman’s dedication to advancing the respiratory care profession, and her service as an extraordinary leader, role model and educator.

This fellowship is designed to support original university hospital research in respiratory care and airway management. Projects using bench models, animal model or human subjects are encouraged.

 

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