The American Sleep Medicine Foundation (ASMF) provides grants to support sleep research and educational development for clinicians and sleep disorders researchers. Grant selection is based on an evaluation of proposals by experts who are appointed by the ASMF. Each investigator in an ASMF-funded study must provide a conflict of interest disclosure. Select one of the following links to learn more about the ASMF's 2013 grant opportunities.
ABSM Junior Faculty Research Award
Assisting new faculty in the development of a career in academic sleep medicine.
Physician Scientist Training Award
Supporting research training for physicians who wish to pursue careers as physician scientists in sleep medicine.
Strategic Research Award
Planning or research grant aimed at improving quality of health care delivery in the field of sleep medicine.
Humanitarian Projects Award
For projects that address sleep problems and sleep education needs in disadvantaged and underserved populations.
Educational Projects Award
Improving awareness about sleep and its disorders to both the public and all levels of the health care provider and physician training/continuing education continuum.
Bridge to K Research Award
Providing 'bridge funding' to promising sleep scientists who have applied for a K grant from NIH and need additional time and resources to obtain K grants.
Success stories of current and former ASMF award recipients.
List of Recipients
List of ASMF award recipients from 2000 to present.
Frequently Asked Questions
Review the list of frequently asked questions for assistance in completing the grant application process.
ASMF Sample Grant Contract
The ASMF requests that all research applicants review the sample grant contract prior to completion and submission of an application. If grant is awarded, recipients are required to follow the terms of this contract in its original form. All terms and conditions are final and non-negotiable. .