July 1, 2020 -- Ultrasound developer Fujifilm SonoSite announced it will give $90,000 in research grants to emergency physicians to study the role ultrasound plays in COVID-19.
The company also soon will release a SonoSite PX point-of-care ultrasound system that can be integrated into more COVID-19 care pathways.
The Fujifilm SonoSite COVID-19 Point-of-Care Ultrasound Acceleration Research Grant, which was created to support the Emergency Medicine Foundation COVID-19 research grant program, will accept applications through August 21. Winners will be announced in September 2020.
Apply for funding here.
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