Research grants

The R&E Foundation funds radiologic research through four different grants that support the brightest minds in radiology across all stages of their careers.

Find the grant that’s right for you.

Research Scholar Grant

Funding from this grant is exclusively for junior faculty members. The objective is to establish them as independent investigators by supporting the collection of preliminary data for future projects.

We are now accepting grant applications for the 2023-24 grant cycle.

Application deadline: Wednesday January 18, 2023

Resident/Fellow Research Grant

This grant funds trainees who aren’t professionally established while they learn more about the principals of scientific investigation, as well as research techniques and methods.

We are now accepting grant applications for the 2023-24 grant cycle.

Application deadline: Wednesday January 18, 2023

Research Seed Grant

This grant funds investigators who wish to gain experience in defining objectives and testing hypotheses in preparation for bigger grant applications to corporations, foundations and government agencies.

We are now accepting grant applications for the 2023-24 grant cycle.

Application deadline: Wednesday January 18, 2023

Medical Student Research Grant

Funding from this grant is for medical students only. Recipients will gain research experience in medical imaging including defining objectives, developing research skills and testing hypotheses.

We are now accepting grant applications for the 2023-24 grant cycle.

Application deadline: Friday February 3, 2023

Applicant resources

We’re here to help you succeed. Check out our grant writing workshops, research and development guides and application process FAQs

About the R&E Foundation

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The mission of the R&E Foundation is to invest in the future of radiology by developing investigators and supporting lifelong innovative research and education. Since the Foundation’s inception in 1984 we’ve awarded over 1,600 grants. That’s $70 million in funding for radiology research and improving patient care.