New FY 2015 Pediatric Dentistry Title VII Grants Awarded

Based on the AAPD’s success in obtaining directed funding of $10 million for pediatric dentistry training in the fiscal year (FY) 2015 federal budget, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) recently awarded a number of new postdoctoral and predoctoral grants to support training of pediatric dentists and to better train general dentists in treating children.
 
For more background on the Title VII health professions training program for pediatric dentistry, see:
 
Please note this list is subject to updates and modifications as more information becomes available, including grant abstracts.
 

HRSA Title VII Pediatric Dentistry Grants for FY 2015

Grantee Name

State

Amount

PREDOCTORAL – Pediatric Dentistry-focused or collaborative grants

UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO

CA

$350,000

BRONX LEBANON HOSPITAL

NY

$745,620

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

NY

$346,262

 

POSTDOCTORAL – Pediatric Dentistry-focused or collaborative grants

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

CA

$741,385

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

CT

$741,828

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY.

FL

$673,503

NICKLAUS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

FL

$484,668

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-CHICAGO

IL

$127,894

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

MA

$364,435

TUFTS COLLEGE

MA

$736,667

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA

NE

$434,371

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

NY

$748,705

NY CITY HEALTH AND HOSPITALS CORP.

NY

$494,145

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER

NY

$99,070

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

PA

$224,967

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

TX

$748,062

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY

VA

$455,886

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

WA

$125,781

   

TOTAL=

$8,643,249

 
HRSA is also funding six non-competing continuation grants (involving grantees which competed in a previous year) through Postdoctoral and Faculty Development programs that have a pediatric dentistry focus, for a total of $2,310,936.
 
For more information about the FY 2015 HRSA Title VII dental grants please contact AAPD Educational Affairs Manager Scott Dalhouse at sdalhouse@aapd.org.
 
 


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