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External Funding Opportunities

External Funding Opportunities

This list includes several federal and private agencies that provide research funding. It is not intended to be a comprehensive list, but rather a guide to organizations that fund research in otolaryngology and specialty areas.

Hearing Health Foundation 2017 Call for Applications 

Hearing Health Foundation (HHF) is the largest non-profit funder of hearing and balance reserach, with a mission to promote hearing health and prevent and cure hearing loss and tinnitus through groundbreaking research. HHF wishes to stimulate research that leads to a continuing and independently fundable line of research. Learn more here

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

American Cancer Society

American Hearing Research Foundation

American Laryngological Association

American Otological Society Research Foundation

American Sleep Medicine Foundation

American Tinnitus Association

The Capita Foundation

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Cleft Palate Foundation

Cosmetic Surgery Foundation

The Endocrine Society

The Hearing Center for Excellence

Hearing Health Foundation

The John Merck Fund

Maxillofacial Surgeons Foundation

National Institutes of Health – National Cancer Institute 

National Institutes of Health - National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research

National Institutes of Health Office of Strategic Coordination – The Common Fund

National Organization for Hearing Research Foundation

National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Foundation

Plastic Surgery Foundation

Thrasher Research Fund

The Triological Society

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs – Veterans Health Administration Research and Development

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