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Grant in Aid award for resident research

The Graduate Medical Education (GME) and Research Committee through the Prisma Health–Midlands Foundation recognizes the importance of resident involvement in research and quality improvement activities as part of a comprehensive graduate medical education experience. It therefore wishes to support meritorious, resident-initiated research and quality improvement projects.

Contact

General questions about proposals and/or the review process should be addressed to Rebecca Marigliano, PhD, Director of Research, at Rebecca.Marigliano@PalmettoHealth.org or 803-434-6365.

Call for proposals

View our 2019 call for proposals (PDF)

Proposal processes

Progress reports

Due every six months following the award (approximately in May and November). Reports should present the progress of the research and compare milestones achieved versus those planned in the original submission. Requests for extensions, project modifications, and changes in the use of the funding should be addressed in the progress report. 

Progress Report Template (2019)

2018 Grant In Aid Awardees

The Graduate Medical Education and Research Committee through the Palmetto Health Foundation recognizes the importance of resident involvement in research and quality improvement activities as part of a comprehensive graduate medical education experience.  It therefore supports meritorious, resident-initiated projects by providing funds on an annual basis through the Grant In Aid program.  Congratulations to the following 2018 award recipients: 

  • Catherine Brett, MD, Preventive Medicine - Provider Adherence to Cervical Cancer Screening in HIV Patient Populations:  A Quality Improvement Initiative at the Immunology Center
  • Katelyn Bull, PharmD, Pharmacy - Evaluation of time to resolution of and treatment duration for necrotizing enterocolitis in a neonatal intensive care unit
  • Bradley Edmonds, MD, General Psychiatry - Survey of Referring Providers ENgaging in Telepsychiatry (SRPENT)
  • Joseph Gill, MD, Emergency Medicine - Evaluating the impact of a layperson EMS system on morbidity and mortality of injured patients in Masindi, Uganda
  • Meredith Long, PharmD, Pharmacy - Early antibiotic de-escalation in febrile neutropenic patients
  • Alex Milgrom, MD, Infectious Disease - Implementing Rapid HIV Care in SC HIV Clinic

Related links

Prisma Health–Midlands Institutional Review Board information
Prisma Health–Midlands required human subjects protections training
Prisma Health–Midlands Institutional Review Board submission system
University of South Carolina, Research and Graduate Education, Animal Resource Facilities