Champaloux, Ikeda win ARS/AAO-HNS CORE grants

Seattle, WA | 02.04.2022

Carol Burleson 206.696.4309

Two UW Otolaryngology-HNS residents have been awarded prestigious CORE grants from two of the member societies of the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery: ARS and AAO-HNSF: Eve Champaloux was awarded an ARS Resident Research Grant for her project, "Olfactory Stimulation of Dopaminergic Reward Pathways in the Rat Brain," and Allison Ikeda was awarded an AAO-HNSF Resident Research Grant for her project, "Decision Making Among Adults Considering Sleep Surgery."

The Academy's CORE grants program (Centralized Otolaryngology Research Efforts) is a collaboration of several societies, foundations, and industry supporters focused on providing support for research in the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.

Our other current residents who have received CORE grants in the past include Sherise Epstein (2020), Jo Bellairs (2020), Manny Jauregui (2019), Hannan Qureshi (2018), Anisha Noble (2019), Grace Wandell (2019), and Kaitlyn Zenner (2019). The list of former residents, fellows, and faculty who have received CORE grants in the past is too long to include, but we take enormous pride in the achievements of all our emerging clinician-scientists.