MTF / EMF Research Grant

For Junior Medical Toxicology Faculty, Medical Toxicology Fellows & Emergency Medicine Residents

Quick Info

Amount:
$20,000

Number of Grants Available:
One

Funding Duration:
1 year

Next Application Deadline:
January 20, 2023

Award Overview

The Medical Toxicology Foundation (MTF) endeavors to support Medical Toxicology research. The MTF/EMF Research Award is jointly sponsored by the Medical Toxicology Foundation and the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF).

The goals of the grant offering are: 1) to promote toxicology-related research; 2) to advance emergency toxicology care; and 3) to facilitate the academic growth and development of future researchers in emergency medicine and toxicology by investing in the future of the specialty of emergency medicine and its subboards.

Eligibility

This grant is available to any physician who will be enrolled as a resident or Medical Toxicology fellow in good standing in an ACGME approved Emergency Medicine residency, Medical Toxicology fellowship, or a fellow in any Emergency Medicine sub-specialty training programs for the proposed funding year. The applicant must have an appropriate Emergency Medicine or Medical Toxicology faculty supervisor. The research award is also open to young Medical Toxicology faculty, those with five years or less faculty career experience. Any part-time junior faculty experience (such as during sub-specialty fellowship training) does not count toward the five-year guideline.

Although not mandatory, proposals utilizing the ACMT Toxicology Investigators Consortium (ToxIC) Registry are particularly encouraged.

Read More About ToxIC

The ToxIC Registry is a multi-center database of Medical Toxicology patients. Data collected on patients seen by Medical Toxicologists includes age, sex, agent class, specific agent name, clinical symptoms, syndromes and signs, and treatment(s) rendered. From this database, prospective grantees can conduct epidemiologic studies and/or collaborate with multi-site investigators on retrospective studies. Investigators interested in using this database should click here to learn more about the ToxIC Registry. You can also contact ToxIC via ToxIC@acmt.net for additional information.

Previous Recipients

Dalia Alwasiyah, MD
Carolinas Medical Center
“Urinary Gadolinium Levels: A Possible Indicator of Long-Term Retention after Contrast Enhanced MRIs”
Award Amount: $10,000
Mentor: Michael Beuhler, MD

Christina Nussbaum, MD
Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University
“Naltrexone as an antidote to prevent delayed neuropsychological disabilities from acute poisoning with the sarin analogue diisopropylfluorophosphate”
Award Amount: $10,000
Mentor: William Meggs, MD

Lindsay Fox, MD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
“Understanding Relationships Between Opioid Prescribing, Patient Characteristics, and Overdose”
Award Amount: $5,000
Mentor: Alex Manini, MD

Jennifer Parker Cote, MD
Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University
“Efficacy of Trypsin in Treating Coral Snake Envenomation in the Porcine Model”
Award Amount: $5,000
Mentor: William Meggs, MD

James Cao, MD
Carolinas Medical Center
“Point of Care Testing in Setting of Nitromethane and Methanol Co-ingestion Will Not Mask True Creatinine, Anion Gap, or Osmolar Gap”
Award Amount: $5,000
Mentor: Michael Beuhler, MD