Grants, Awards & Scholarships

Grant, awards and scholarship opportunities listed here are available to eligible AAAAI members. Applications and nominations are submitted online by clicking the application/nomination link for which you would like to submit your information. The submission site closes at 11:59 pm CT on the award deadline date.

If an award application requires a letter(s) of reference and the letter(s) is/are to be considered confidential, please forward the letter(s) to the AAAAI Executive Office, Attn: Sabine Gifford,  555 E Wells Street, Suite 1100, Milwaukee, WI 53202 or by email.

Grant Award Online Application Process
This is the same system as used for AAAAI abstract submissions. If you have submitted an abstract to the AAAAI, please use your username and password to automatically populate the site with your demographic information.

Applicants are requested to upload their application as one single file.

Grant Selection Process
AAAAI grants are administered by the AAAAI Grant Review Committee under the auspices of the Research and Training Division of the AAAAI Board of Directors. Award candidates are selected at the discretion of the committee with the approval of the AAAAI Foundation Council and/or the AAAAI Board of Directors. In case of grants offered collaboratively with another organization, the partnering organization will be included in the selection process. On occasion, if not enough applications are submitted, the award sponsor will issue a new call for applications with an extended deadline. In rare circumstances, an award may not be presented if an insufficient number of quality applications are received.

If you have questions about the application or nomination process or AAAAI grants and awards, email Sabine Gifford.

Grant & Award Recipients

2019 AAAAI Honorary Award Recipients »

Past AAAAI Honorary Award Recipients »

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Foundation, Inc. (AAAAI Foundation) Award Recipients »

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