Foundation for Physical Therapy Research Announces 2020 Grants and Measures to Protect Long-Term Viability of Organization Amid Coronavirus Crisis FPTR Trustees have announced that there will be no disruptions in opening the 2020 grant applications. However, they have elected to postpone releasing 3 grants originally planned for 2020. The [...]
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FPTR EXTENDS DEADLINE TO MAY 31, 2020 In these uncertain times we are all facing tremendous personal challenges. In light of the many precautions that are being taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at schools and universities, the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research (FPTR) has elected to extend the deadline for [...]
UPDATES FROM FPTR REGARDING COVID-19 Important Grants and Other Funding Announcement for 2020 FPTR Trustees have announced that there will be no disruptions in the funding cycle. However, they have elected to postpone releasing 3 grants originally planned for 2020. The organization plans to award over $800,000 in grant [...]
Deadline Approaches for 2019-2020 VCU-Marquette Challenge The Marquette Challenge is a grassroots, student-led fundraising effort to support physical therapy research. Each year, hundreds of physical therapist and physical therapist assistant students, with the support of their program directors and community, hold fundraising events across the United States. Faculty and [...]
Visit Booth #1241 for Special CSM Event Programming from the Foundation All Exhibit Hours VCU-Marquette Challenge Student coordinators will be on site to answer questions about the Challenge and accept gifts toward school totals. Viist booth #1241 for our commemorative t-shirt giveaway, courtesy of PhysicalTherapy.com General Inquiries Visit [...]
Connect With FPTR-Funded Research Through Poster Presentations at CSM Researchers funded by the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research (FPTR) will be displaying abstracts representing their scientific research February 12-15, in Denver, CO. During the American Physical Therapy Association 2020 Combined Sections Meeting (CSM), physical therapist researchers will display poster [...]
Don't Miss This Research Session at the 2020 Combined Sections Meeting in Denver! Liz Jackson, Senior Specialist of Research and Grants Program Among the sessions that will be held at the upcoming American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) 2020 Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) in Denver is one that [...]
Foundation for Physical Therapy Research Funds 5 Grants and First-Ever Goergeny High-Impact Research Awardfoundation4pt2020-05-18T18:50:18+00:00
Foundation for Physical Therapy Research Funds 5 Grants and First-Ever Goergeny High-Impact Research Award Investments in the profession help identify the best qualified researchers and fund critically needed physical therapy research projects. ALEXANDRIA, VA (December 6, 2019) The Foundation for Physical Therapy Research (FPTR) announced 6 physical therapy research [...]
Center on Health Services Training and Research (CoHSTAR) Pilot Awards and Fellowships Yield Additional Fundingfoundation4pt2019-12-05T16:15:03+00:00
Foundation-Funded Center on Health Services Training and Research (CoHSTAR) Investments Yields Additional Funding The Foundation-funded Center on Health Services Training and Research (CoHSTAR) is building capacity for health services research in physical therapy and providing protected time for early career researchers to become independent investigators. Grants Related to CoHSTAR [...]
Foundation-Funded Center on Health Services Research and Training Fellowships Develop Independent Investigatorsfoundation4pt2019-12-05T16:01:52+00:00
Center on Health Services Training and Research (CoHSTAR) Fellowships Develop Successful Independent Investigators CoHSTAR training is an investment in people that extends FPTR model of supporting doctoral trainees. CoHSTAR’s opportunities for postdoctoral and early career faculty helps bridge the gap between PhD completion and successful independent investigators, with the [...]