By The Numbers

With support from ASN members, industry partners, and nephrology leaders, KidneyCure (the ASN Foundation) provides approximately $3,000,000 annually to young researchers, fellows, and nephrology educators who are changing the future of kidney care. Since ASN began funding grants in 1996, the society and the foundation have awarded more than $45 million to support research including:

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ASN Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship Grants

Grants for PhD students.

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ASN Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship Grants

The ASN Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship Program supports PhD students conducting kidney-related research with guidance from a mentor.

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Transition to Independence Grants

Grants for early-career investigators.

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Transition to Independence Grants

The Transition to Independence Grants Program provides funding to advance the independent careers of biomedical investigators within seven years of initial faculty appointment.

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ASN-Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program

Grants for nephrologists from historically disadvantaged backgrounds.

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ASN-Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program

In partnership with the Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program (AMFDP) of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the program aims to increase diversity among future leaders in nephrology by supporting the research and career development of a kidney scholar and future health care leader from a historically disadvantaged background.

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William and Sandra Bennett Clinical Scholar Grants

Grants for nephrology educators.

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William and Sandra Bennett Clinical Scholar Grants

The William and Sandra Bennett Clinical Scholars Program aims to produce the next generation of clinician educators by supporting aspiring nephrology educators to conduct a project to advance all facets of nephrology education and teaching.

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Ben J. Lipps Research Fellowship Grants

Grants for fellows.

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Ben J. Lipps Research Fellowship Grants

The Ben J. Lipps Program funds nephrology fellows to conduct original, meritorious research projects under the direction of a sponsor.