Supporting academic research is at the heart of our mission at Labfront. That's why our grant program aims to provide up-and-coming researchers with the funding they need to complete valuable studies that help contribute to the advancement of society.
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With the support of Garmin Health, we're happy to offer this grant to graduate and PhD students from any sector in academia open to using wearable technology to collect objective, biomarker data in their research.
There is significant gender inequity in research, with women's health receiving less attention across the health research spectrum-- particularly when it comes to funding. We believe that this is a problem for all of us to try to solve, so we’re taking action with our commitment to support 100 total projects over the next 10 years. This opportunity is open to student researchers of any background conducting research focusing on women’s health.
One sector in academia severely underfunded is the undergraduate research community. In order to help counter that, we’ve opened a category of grants reserved just for undergrads, welcoming applicants from all research backgrounds interested in collecting physiological data.
Our commitment to scientific innovation and education motivated us to sponsor an award with our partner, The American Physiological Society. The APS Teaching of Physiology Section Labfront Mid-Career Educator Award recognizes a mid-career member who demonstrates excellence in physiology education through the use of innovative teaching or mentorship activities.
The award includes a $500 honorarium, an award plaque and one-year access to a Labfront Advanced account.
We hope to continue adding more grants to support young researchers. Be the first to know when a new grant opens up.
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The three grant recipients for our Summer 2022 research grant initiative are Ewa Kochanowska from the University of New Hampshire , Dihogo de Matos from University of Manitoba, and Sophia Holmqvist from UC San Diego.
Each grantee received $1000, 10 Garmin wearables and a Labfront Advanced account. Read more to learn about their unique research projects, and how they will utilize physiological data in their valuable contributions to the research community!
The research findings and publications all belong strictly to the grantee. All of the data collected (self-reported and physiological) belongs to the grantee. We do not access or own this anonymized data at any point before, during, or after the study. You can view the full terms and conditions here.
The Advanced plan gives you access to our full range of metrics with no caps on data quantity. Remotely collect wearable, survey and event tracking data from up to 50 participants. All participant data is neatly organized and exported into CSV files. *Analytics reports are not included*
For the fall and winter grants, awardees will receive 5 Garmin Vivosmart 4 devices.
Yes! We’ve passed all our IRBs in the two years we’ve been active. We have support documentation here and we can offer additional support if necessary.
The grants are designed to be run by a student with the help of an advisor/professor. They should submit the grant themselves but one of our criteria is a strong letter of recommendation.
No, students can be from anywhere in the world.