Created in memory of Dr. Philip Boyne, world famous oral and maxillofacial surgeon, this grant is the Foundation’s primary research program exclusively designated for junior faculty in an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Program – with an aim to inspire their pursuit of advancing the field of tissue regeneration.
This award is restricted to residents and fellows in an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Program.
Applications for the Philip J. Boyne Junior Faculty Research Award must be submitted using the online form, which opens on April 1. The deadline for submissions is no later than 11:59 PM PST on June 1. Late submissions will not be accepted. Applications are reviewed by an external Scientific Review Committee, and final funding decisions are made by the Osteo Science Foundation Board of Directors.
There is no initial abstract or proposal required for the Philip J. Boyne Junior Faculty Research Award. All applicants must have a senior mentor affiliated with the proposed project. Applicants are notified of the status of their applications by August 1, which is also the start date of the grant.
All proposals must include an oral surgeon affiliated with the project.
Osteo Science Foundation aims to support scientific and clinical research as well as education projects. In order to actively promote basic and clinical scientific research, Osteo Science Foundation awards grants to selected researchers in the United States and Canada. The deadline for submission of applications for Philip J. Boyne Junior Faculty Research Awards is June 1.|
Philip J. Boyne Junior Faculty Research Awards from Osteo Science Foundation are intended for research proposals submitted by junior faculty who want to address questions in the field of hard and soft tissue regeneration in Oral and CranioMaxillofacial Surgery. Applicants should be no more than five years within the first full-time faculty appointment. Chief residents who will be junior faculty by the time of award notification, August 1, may apply.
There must be a senior mentor affiliated with each project. This mentor need not have effort on the project, but the role and level of guidance should be detailed on the application.
Clinically relevant topics should be addressed and the results submitted to international peer-reviewed journals.
Osteo Science Foundation ensures strict confidentiality of all applications and applying research teams, as well as the results of the review process among the reviewers and the Foundation.
Use of Funds
Grant funds are to be used solely for the project as described in the applicant's proposal. Any monies received under this agreement should be expended for no other purposes. Any funds not used for the specific purpose of the grant must be returned to Osteo Science Foundation, unless otherwise authorized in writing by Osteo Science Foundation. Grantees specifically agree that no part of the funds received from any grant will be used to carry on propaganda, influence legislation, influence the outcome of any public election, or carry on, directly or indirectly, any voter registration drive.
The maximum grant award will be $25,000 per year, with a two-year project duration, and a total of $50,000. This amount is inclusive of indirect costs (please see below for more details on indirect costs). Only project-related costs may be requested. Osteo Science Foundation does not finance infrastructure or basic equipment at research institutions.
The intent of Osteo Science Foundation is to provide funding for research that is applied directly to each project. The funding should be applied toward costs associated directly with the research, such as purchase of animals, materials and supplies, and for services that may be required, such as laboratory support, histology lab fees and similar expenses.
Investigators’ salaries will not be approved by Osteo Science Foundation. Exceptions may rarely be made for external, direct project-related personnel costs. Project budget proposals, however, should not include significant salary support for research associates or graduate students. Also, tuition or other associated education costs for graduate students involved in these projects should not be included in the budget. Projects will be viewed most favorably when the funding is directed to project activities and goals rather than financial support of personnel involved in the research.
The application should include an accurate description of the roles of individuals participating in the project. For example, if a Primary Investigator is listed as five percent effort but a graduate student is listed as 50 percent effort, this creates some confusion regarding who is primarily responsible for the project. Clarification of roles of each individual should be clearly defined. The Scientific Review Committee will look most favorably on the proposals that comply with these goals.
Institutional Overhead Costs
Overhead costs are not to exceed 10% of the total project budget. As a prerequisite for funding of any overhead costs, the investigator must submit a copy of the official overhead regulations with the main application.
Financial support from organizations other than Osteo Science Foundation must be disclosed within the application and it must be made clear how this will affect the overall budget.
In the case of clinical studies, Osteo Science Foundation requests the submission of the positive response from the appropriate governing body or institutional review board. Obtaining ethics approval is a prerequisite for the first payment.
All grant funds will be used in compliance with all applicable anti-terrorist financing and asset-control laws, regulations, rules and executive orders, including but not limited to, the USA Patriot Act of 2001 and Executive Order 13224.
Funding will only be granted if the declaration is signed by the lead applicant and the program director or chairman of the department.
Osteo Science Foundation will fund no more than one (1) new grant per cycle to an institution.
Upon applicant notification, Osteo Science Foundation will publish, on its website and in other publications, the names, institutions, title of projects, biosketches (as provided by the applicant) and abstracts for all awarded grants. Note that unfunded projects will not be publicized and will remain confidential.
Annual reports are required and are a prerequisite for continuing payments in multi-year projects. The deadline for submission of the first report is 30 days prior to the request date for the second payment, which may not be less than one year from the initial award date.
Investigators are expected to make the results of their research promptly available to the scientific public. Acknowledgement of Osteo Science Foundation's support must be made when findings are reported to scientific audiences or scientific journals when publicity is given to a project. Publications resulting from work supported in whole or in part by Osteo Science Foundation must contain a credit line to that effect. Osteo Science Foundation should be made aware of each publication.
Osteo Science Foundation reserves the right to approve all project changes. Request for change is not a guarantee that changes will be approved.
A. Change of Institution: no research grant can be transferred from one institution to another without the written approval of Osteo Science Foundation. If the applicant wishes to have such transfer made, the applicant must:
B. Change of Objective: if the applicant wishes to make changes which alter the approved objectives for which the original grant was made, prior approval of Osteo Science Foundation is required.
C. Change of Investigator: if the investigator relinquishes or expects to relinquish active direction of the project, Osteo Science Foundation must be notified immediately. The grantee may: