This is a focused request for applications (RFA) open to projects which address research gaps in the behavioral and psychological treatment of chronic insomnia that were identified by the AASM Behavioral & Psychological Treatments for Insomnia Clinical Practice Guideline Task Force.
The AASM Foundation is committed to growing the pipeline of sleep scientists through its high-impact research training event, the Young Investigators Research Forum. The research forum brings together early career investigators, renowned sleep investigators and program officers from federal funding agencies. Various trainees of [...]
The AASM Foundation is joining the AASM in recognition of its first-ever Student Sleep Health Week, which aims to drive awareness of the importance of healthy sleep for students of all ages to learn, grow and thrive. Since its founding, the AASM Foundation has [...]
The AASM Foundation launched a new program in 2020, the Sleep Research Program for Advancing Careers (SOAR), aimed at increasing the number of early-career investigators who successfully apply for external sleep research funding. The goal of the SOAR is to launch the research careers [...]
We have a national crisis of poor sleep and undiagnosed or untreated sleep disorders, creating a considerable need to address the gaps in knowledge that impact patient care. In 2018 the National Institutes of Health projected that funding for sleep research will decrease by [...]
Join our annual campaign for sleep health with a contribution. Each person that donates $250 or more will receive a special thank you gift with your choice of the following options: A trendy white 20z tumbler that features the AASM Foundation’s logo. Durable, double-wall stainless steel [...]
Watch the recording of the webinar Charitable Planning: Gifts that Keep on Giving, presented by the AASM Foundation and the SRS Foundation. This webinar explains: Charitable giving and tax considerations Why you should plan your estate Understanding the estate planning process Considerations for various [...]
This award encourages the use of the National Sleep Research Resource (NIH/NHLBI Grant Number HL114473). Physicians who are board-eligible or board-certified in sleep medicine and have completed their sleep medicine fellowship within the past 10 years, are eligible to apply, as are researchers who are within 10 years of completing their post-doctoral training or who are current post-doctoral fellows.
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The AASM Foundation is committed to improving the sleep health of the community through its vision of creating Healthier Lives through Better Sleep. On July 8, 2019, the AASM Foundation launched a new award program targeted at improving sleep health at the community level: the [...]