Arteriosclerosis/Heart Failure Research Prize

Updated:Mar 19,2015


Award Deadline:
April 22, 2015 through June 19, 2015 - 5:00 pm Central (Deadline Extended)

The Arteriosclerosis/Heart Failure Research Prize recognizes outstanding research by nurse investigators in the area of arteriosclerosis and/or heart failure. The award provides support toward pilot or preliminary work that will enhance innovative research proposals for new studies or expansion of ongoing research in the area of arteriosclerosis and/or heart failure.


Award Information (click on each section for more information)

  • Applicant must be actively engaged in arteriosclerosis and/or heart failure research.
  • Applicant must be a member of the Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing at the time of application.  If you need to join the AHA, you should do so by May 30.
  • Applicant must have permanent residence in North America.
  • Applicant must also be a registered nurse (R.N.) 
  • Applicant must hold a full-time position.
  • Past recipients of this award are not eligible to compete.


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