2013 Proposal for Funding Consideration



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Student Research Grant

2013





Proposal for Funding Consideration
Purpose

The purpose of the Regular Student Research Grant Program (SRGP) is to engage dental students in mentored dental research, by offering an opportunity to participate and contribute to the steps of research project planning, execution, and result dissemination. Up to four Awards can be funded annually.


Deadlines

Submission deadlines are January 15, April 15, June 15, and October 15. Only complete submissions are considered for review. The Research Committee of the School of Dentistry will evaluate and rank the submitted proposals.



Requirements

Applicants must be enrolled in the School of Dentistry, current members of the School’s Student Research Group, and able to finish the project before graduation. The proposed research must be initiated and executed by one or several dental student(s) with the support of a faculty mentor.


Expected Outcomes

It is expected that the Award recipient will present the completed project at



  1. Research Day of the School of Dentistry and at a

  2. Lunch & Learn session organized by the Student Research Group.

  3. Student researchers are encouraged to present their projects at the AADR meeting or equivalent.


Application Process:

The following documents must be included with your application:



  1. Completed Cover Page

  2. Research outline using the Research Plan Format described on page 3

  3. Fully executed Signature Page

  4. Budget Page

The completed SRGP application package must be submitted to the Office of the Assoc. Dean for Research & Graduate Studies at 304D, Dental School building. Electronic applications are encouraged and should be submitted to Arthur.Hefti@Marquette.edu


Application Cover Page
The following items must be listed on the cover page of the application.
1) Title of Research Project:
2) Student Investigator:

Research Mentor:

Other Investigators:
3) Estimated Project Duration: (typically one year)
4) Total Dollar Amount Requested: (see Budget Page for details)
5) Are Human Subjects involved? If so, the MU IRB approval # has to be provided prior to the release of funds and the start of the research.
6) Date Submitted: _______________


Research Plan
Organize Items A-F to answer these key questions: (1) What do you intend to do? (2) What has already been done? (3) How are you going to do the work? (4) Why is the work important? - explain the dental clinical significance. Use the following format. Be pithy. Do not exceed 5 (five) pages total for the research plan (Items A-F).
DESCRIPTION OF RESEARCH PROJECT:


  1. INTRODUCTION – STATEMENT OF PROBLEM / SPECIFIC AIMS

  2. REVIEW OF RELEVANT LITERATURE (BACKGROUND)

  3. DENTAL CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE

  4. METHODS (MAY ALSO INCLUDE A POWER ANALYSIS)

  5. REFERENCES

  6. WHAT WILL THE DATA BE USED FOR?



Signature Page
Endorsement: I certify that the statements made in the application are true, complete, and accurate to the best of my knowledge; that any false, fictitious, or fraudulent statements or claims that I make, may be subject to criminal, civil, or administrative penalties; and that I agree to accept responsibility for the scientific conduct of the project and to provide the required progress and invention reports if a grant is awarded as a result of the application. Persons named in the application have agreed to participate as described.

__________________________________ DATE _________________

SIGNATURE OF STUDENT

__________________________________ DATE _________________

SIGNATURE OF FACULTY MENTOR

__________________________________ DATE __________________

ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATOR

__________________________________ DATE __________________



ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATOR
Budget Form
Guidelines:

  • List all projected expenses.

  • The total budget may not exceed $1250.

  • Provide brief justifications only for budget items greater than $150.

  • Research subjects can be compensated for time and transportation.

  • The student investigator may budget up to $250 as a personal research stipend.

  • The Research Award can not be used to compensate staff or faculty.

  • The Research Award does not support travel expenses. However, upon completion of the project you may apply for travel funds to attend the AADR or the meeting of the Midwest Research Group.


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