Early Career Investigator Awards recognize promising and outstanding trainees, investigators and clinicians in the early stages of their careers and stimulate continued interest in basic or clinical research.
The student scholarship programs, administered under qualified supervision, provide an important stimulus to interest medical and master's-level students in research in cardiovascular diseases, stroke and basic scientific research.
These awards recognize individuals for specific career endeavors and achievements that made a significant impact on the field of cardiovascular diseases and stroke, and helped further the mission of the scientific councils and the AHA/ASA.
Lifetime Achievement Awards recognize contributions to the fields of cardiovascular disease and stroke over a sustained period. Recipients of these awards exemplify excellence and are notable representatives of the best in their fields.
These stipends help defray travel costs for early career investigators, trainees and students to participate in the AHA Scientific Sessions.
Council named lectures feature presentations from some of today’s foremost clinicians and researchers as well as those with a lifetime of contributions to the field of cardiovascular disease.