The Hornick grant program provides funding for stroke and stroke-related disorders, and seeks to promote outstanding research that advances our understanding of the pathogenesis of strokes and stroke- related complications. A major objective of the Hornick grant program is to provide seed money to initiate a project and acquire the necessary preliminary data for submission of a major extramural grant application to a federal agency or national foundation. This grant mechanism will support investigator-initiated research conducted by faculty in the UAMS COM.
Open to current UAMS COM faculty only. The project proposal must clearly explain how the project relates to stroke or the complications of stroke, and must be feasible for completion in a 12-month period. Multiple Hornick awards held concurrently are not allowable.
*** Please be advised faculty can submit one project to each grant opportunity. Multiple grant submissions must be scientifically distinct. ***
Application Due Date: October 20th, 2023
Award Date: January 1, 2024
The funding is provided by the Hornick Endowment and administered by the UAMS College of Medicine, Office of Research. The COM Research Council reviews applications and submits its recommendation to the COM Executive Associate Dean for Research. The COM Executive Associate Dean makes final funding decisions.
Typical award amounts are $25,000 for a 12-month period, but outstanding applications with well-justified budgets over $25,000 will be considered. The number of awards made each year will depend on the available funding and the number of meritorious applications.
Award Project Period
Twelve months maximum. All funds must be expended by the end of the project period. Carry forward and extensions are not allowed.