Educational Grant and Investigator-Sponsored Research Requests

Shockwave Medical supports relevant educational and research programs that further medical and scientific knowledge by offering grant funding to healthcare institutions, academic medical centers, medical societies, national associations and sponsors of independent research.

Application Details

Educational Grant Application

Educational grant applications must be submitted no later than 60 days prior to the program start date. Please note that due to budget constraints, we may not be able to fulfill all grant requests. It is important to remember that previous funding does not ensure future funding. Shockwave Medical Grants will inform applicants of their approval or denial via email notifications.

Grant Application Requirements:

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Investigator-Sponsored Research

Research applications are submitted through our research portal and evaluated after confirming that the required information is provided. Our goal is to provide feedback to high-level but complete study proposals before significant time is invested. An internal committee will review new applications monthly and communicate their decision via the portal.

Steps to Submit a Research Proposal:

  • Create and validate a portal account
  • Title the submission and agree to attestation statement
  • Enter submission form details
  • Upload CV (required) and other supporting documents (optional)
  • Information can be saved and returned to as needed

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Important Disclosures— Shockwave Medical is required by federal, state, and some countries’ transparency regulations to report certain payments to members of the medical community. During the formal application process, you will agree to provide Shockwave Medical with any information or assurances it needs to satisfy such transparency obligations.

Code of Ethics Supporter— Shockwave Medical is committed to ethical interactions and relationships with healthcare professionals and the medical community. We follow the AdvaMed Code of Ethics and MDMA Code of Ethics.

Transparency Sunshine Act Reporting— Some countries, including the United States, require medical device manufacturers to track and report transfers of value to healthcare professionals licensed in that country. In the United States, the Physician Payments Sunshine Act is a federal law that requires healthcare manufacturers to track and report payments and transfers of value to certain healthcare professionals and healthcare organizations. Congress passed the Sunshine Act in 2010 in the interest of providing greater transparency into interactions between the healthcare industry and healthcare providers. Shockwave Medical supports the goals of the Sunshine Act because we recognize that transparency inspires public trust and confidence.

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