ASTDA is pleased to announce a new grant initiative to support ASTDA members through small-scale financial assistance. A total of $15,000 in grants will be committed annually to this initiative. The per-request maximum is $5000. Smaller requests have a higher likelihood of success.
ASTDA will review submissions in two annual cycles, in January and July. Funding requests can be submitted any time, but must be received by January 1 or July 1 to be reviewed in that cycle. Please note that a brief report is due not more than 90 days after the completion of the event/activity for which grant funds were used.
Proposals will be evaluated according to how well the project advances ASTDA’s mission, objectives and commitments. Projects which enhance the visibility of ASTDA have a higher chance of success. Individuals or groups seeking grants, who have been supported in the past, will also be evaluated according to how well they used past funds, filed a final report, and acknowledged ASTDA.
Examples of fundable activities (not comprehensive) include: implementation of a career development workshop; assistance for junior scholars/staff to travel to a conference; small-scale research project assistance (e.g. buying gift cards or test kits); supporting a conference reception; and payment of open-access publication fees. Grant funds may not be used for indirect costs or Finance and Administration (F&A) fees.
Click the button below to submit an application. Relevant appendix materials, detailed budget or other materials can be emailed to email@example.com. Applicants must be members of ASTDA for requests to be reviewed.
Small Project Assistance Recipients
|Recipient Name||Title of Project||Institution||Project report|
|Jaquetta Reeves, PhD||Sexual Health Choices and Perception of STI Risks Among Young Adult Male College Students||The University of Texas at Arlington|
|Neetha Iyer, BS, BA, MA, PhD Candidate||The Impact of State-Level Sex Education Mandates on Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Diagnosis Rates in Children Aged 15 to 19||University of California, Davis|
|Erica Dommasch, MD, MPH||Prevalence of condyloma acuminata and HPV vaccination in transgender and gender diverse populations: A retrospective cohort study||Harvard Medical School, The Fenway Institute, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center|
|Jacob H Elnaggar||Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center||Travel award to IDSOG|
|Diana M. Tordoff||Community Advisory Board for STI and HIV Prevention among Transgender and Non-binary Adults in Seattle||University of Washington||Report|
|Stacey Griner||Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Vaccine Acceptability among Young Adults and Parents of Adolescents||University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth||Report|
|Jana Jarolimova||Impact of the Binx IO Diagnostic Platform on Clinical Management of Urethritis and Cervicitis in a Specialized STI Clinic: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial||Harvard University|