ZOLL Foundation Announces Grant Application Submission Deadline of September 30, 2019

Record Applicants and Grants Awarded in First 2019 Round

CHELMSFORD, Mass.--()--ZOLL Foundation grants to young investigators in the fields of resuscitation and acute critical care nearly tripled in the March 31, 2019 grant round compared to a year before, with approximately $300,000 awarded to nine grantees. The next and final submission deadline for 2019 is September 30.

Ward Hamilton, President of the Foundation, noted, “Both the quantity and quality of applications have increased over time, which is encouraging for future advances in resuscitation and critical care research. There are many talented, up-and-coming researchers, many of whom are working under well-established leaders in their respective fields. The ZOLL Foundation is eager to provide seed money as an investment in those researchers we believe will make important contributions in the years ahead.”

The streamlined application form for the September 30 deadline can be found at https://smr.to/p58835. Funded projects since the Foundation began awarding grants in 2014 are online at http://www.zollfoundation.org/projects.html.

About the ZOLL Foundation

The ZOLL Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that operates independently from ZOLL Medical Corporation. It provides grants that support research and educational methods designed to improve resuscitation practices, prevent patient deterioration associated with cardiac arrest, and enhance the care of acute patients to reduce mortality and morbidity. Its focus is on providing seed grants for new investigators starting on the path of resuscitation and acute critical care research. More information on the Foundation, grantees to date, and the grant application process can be found at www.zollfoundation.org.

Contacts

Susan Schumacher
ZOLL Foundation
sschumacher@zollfoundation.org

Release Summary

The ZOLL Foundation announces its September 30, 2019 grant application deadline for new researchers in resuscitation and acute critical care.

Contacts

Susan Schumacher
ZOLL Foundation
sschumacher@zollfoundation.org