Interim and Final Reports



An Interim Progress Report must be submitted 6 months from the startup of the research project, and include the following:

  • • Project overview 
  • • Specific aims
  • • Studies and results (tables and figures)
  • • Publications
  • • Young investigator research development (Educational achievements and mentoring activities) 
  • • Future plans for project research


Comprehensive Final Scientific Report

At the end of the grant period, a comprehensive Final Scientific report summarizing the project’s accomplishments must be submitted to the ATS Early Career Investigator Award in Pulmonary Vascular Disease Steering Committee as well as a final reconciliation. This report must include copies of any reprints, abstracts, and/or manuscripts submitted, published or in press as a result of the research. The payment of the final grant installment is contingent upon approval of the final report by at least two Steering Committee members. All final reports must be submitted within 60 days of the termination date of the grant. Final reports are essential to the function of the award. Failure to submit final reports may affect eligibility for future funding. The completed report is to be uploaded to the ATS Early Career Investigator Award in Pulmonary Vascular Disease Web site. Report templates are available here

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