Grant Writing Mentorship Program

AEUS is offering an exciting opportunity for residents, fellows, and faculty who may be interested in pursuing a career in POCUS research. We are looking to recruit 9 mentees to be matched with some of the top researchers in the field to engage in a 6-month mentored grant writing group.


What will I learn?

You will learn how to write a competitive research grant.

What are the benefits?

  • Develop the skills to write a competitive grant
  • Potential to be awarded a $10,000 grant from SAEMF
  • One mentee will receive an ARMED scholarship ($1000 value)
  • One mentee will receive an ARMED Med Ed scholarship ($1000 value)
  • Network with top researchers in the field
  • Network with other researchers at your career and research stage

Past mentors: Frances Russell, Laura Oh, Dave MacKenzie, Dan Theodoro, Tom Jelic, Romolo Gaspari, Robert Ehrman, Chris Moore, Joe Pare, Larry Melniker, Mike Gottlieb, Pavitra Kotini-Shah, Felipe Teran

What will be asked of the mentee?

  1. Interested in POCUS research
  2. Newer to grant writing
  3. Will need to attend a kickoff meeting to meet other mentees and learn about the elements of grant writing specific to the AEUS SAEMF grant
  4. Communicate on average every 2 weeks over 6 months (mid-January 2024 to mid-July 2024) with mentor(s). Schedule is flexible and to be decided between mentor(s) and mentee.
  5. Meet with fellow mentees every other month to give and receive feedback on grant.

How do I apply?

Apply Online


What is the deadline for application submission?

December 31st, 2023.

Selected mentee/mentor pairs will be announced the week of January 2nd by email.