New England Section Health Policy Essay Competition
Engagement of young urologists in urologic advocacy is extremely important, and attendance at the annual advocacy meeting (the Urology Joint Advocacy Conference and the AUA Advocacy Summit) a wonderful opportunity for the residents, fellows and young urologists of the New England Section to engage in issues that will affect them as they come into their careers. The New England Section sponsors the travel of urology residents, fellows and/or young urologists to attend the annual conference in Washington, DC through its annual Health Policy Essay Competition.

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New England Section Research Scholar Fund
In 2012 the New England Section Research Scholar Fund was created to provide research grants to young men and women within the NE region interested in pursuing a career in urologic research. All eligible candidates from the New England region are encouraged to apply. Visit the AUA Foundation website to review program and application guidelines. New England Section Research Scholar grants are administered by the AUA Foundation.
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Max K. Willscher Resident Research Prize Recipients
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Practicing Urologist Research Award
Applicants must be from local or community-based hospitals and must be engaged in clinical or quality improvement research in the field of Urology. Prior recipients of the Practicing Urologist Research Award are not eligible to re-apply.
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Research Award Program
Post Residency Research Grant
Applicants must be no more than 10 years post-residency and must be serving as fellows or junior faculty. Funds are to be used to support a research program in basic or clinical sciences related to Urology. Prior recipients of the Post Residency Research Grant are not eligible to re-apply.
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