SeaFair Grant 

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Every other year, in odd-numbered years, WSSA offers grant funding of up to $10,000 to Washington physician anesthesiologist members who are beginning to conduct research. The Seafair Grant is intended as a starter grant for a young investigator, rather than adding to already-funded large research projects. Applications will be accepted beginning in late summer, and will be awarded by the end of the year. The Seafair Grant will not fund any indirect or overhead costs.

Your research proposal should include:

  • Principal Investigator(s)
  • Research aims, significance, and methods
  • Timetable
  • Budget
  • Keywords

FAQ's

  • Are there any formatting requirements? There are no current formatting requirements for 2019.
  • Is there a page limit for the research plan? There is a three-page maximum limit. 
  • Are matching funds allowable? The grant can be used for additional funding, but if there is already grant funding that is the same or greater in monetary value, it may not be a good fit. This grant will not fund indirect costs.

Please Note: Proposals will be evaluated blindly, so please avoid referencing specific institutions or investigators in your submission. (Personal organization information collected above in this form will not be sent to the committee, but are used for internal purposes.)

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Deadline: November 22

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Past Recipients

2010

  • Mayumi Horibe, MD, “Computerized Glucose Control in the Critically Ill Patients”
  • Elizabeth Wako, MD, “The Use of Transthoracic Ultrasound to Triage Patients in Preanesthesia Clinic”

2012

  • Armagan Dagal, MD, “Effect of Systemic Blood Pressure Variation on Spinal Cord Perfusion”
  • Stephan Thilen, MD, “Frequency and Patterns of Preoperative Consultation among Surgical Specialties: A Study using Premera Blue Cross Insurance Data”

2014

  • Vijay Krishnamoorthy, MD, “Evaluation of Acute Changes in Cardiac Function in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury”

2016

  • Sheena Hembrador, MD, “Building an inexpensive tool to help localize the radial artery and thus Increase first-time success rates of arterial cannulation, that is more readily accessible than an ultrasound”

2018

  • Lauren R. Steffel, MD, “Defining Normal Postoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging after Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Crucial Step to Understanding and Managing Local Anesthetic-Induced Myotoxicity”