Nonprofit Organization to Award Research Funds for the Study of Pulmonary Hypertension

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Team PHenomenal Hope now accepting proposals for PHenomenal Impact Fund for Global PH Research.

Nonprofit organization Team PHenomenal Hope (Team PH) is proud to announce the fifth year of accepting research proposals for the PHenomenal Impact Fund for Global PH Research. The organization will reward studies of novel concepts in pulmonary hypertension (PH) with a potential to transform the field. Letters of intent (LOI) will be accepted until Tuesday, February 14.

This program provides opportunities for individuals to affect the quality of medical care and improve the lives of patients with PH. The fund itself was created by Team PH; it provides awards of $50,000 to investigators during a 12-month period. The awards are chosen by the organization’s Research Award Steering Committee based on scientific merit, originality, feasibility, and/or clinical applicability to the diagnosis and treatment of people living with PH.

The organization is thrilled to continue advancing progress to better treat and eventually cure PH. Since 2019, the Team PH has received an abundance of proposals from investigators worldwide that targeted clinical application in translational science. Most recently, Dr. Arun Jose of the University of Cincinnati received the 2022 Team PH Research Award for his submission titled, "Circulating gut-derived metabolites as markers of disease severity in PAH."

This year, proposals must be deemed achievable within the one year time frame and within the noted fiscal allocation. Eligibility extends not only to the United States, but also to countries who have an established Team PHenomenal Hope presence, including Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Mexico, and South Africa. The award winner will be announced in early May.

To learn more about eligibility, the timeline of the application process, and to apply, visit For any questions please email or call 877-646-4673 extension 101.

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