Through our medical education grant program, Alcon funds educational activities that seek to increase the number of patients who receive the highest quality, safe and effective care.
Alcon recognizes the importance of independent medical education programs that seek to increase the number of patients who receive safe, effective and the highest quality of care. The Alcon Medical Education Grant Office provides support for these educational initiatives by following the grant process, outlined below.
The medical education grant process consists of the following major steps:
Click here to view the expanded medical education grant process document.
The eligibility questionnaire is not an application and is only intended to determine your eligibility to apply for a medical education grant from the Alcon Medical Education Grant Office. Completion of this questionnaire does not guarantee that you will be approved to apply for a grant or that your application will be accepted.
If eligible, a link to the login screen for the online application portal will be provided and you will be invited to begin the grant application process.
Educational grant applications will be considered for funding by the Alcon Medical Education Grant Office only when all information and documents noted below have been submitted at least eight weeks prior to the start date of the scheduled event.
To determine eligibility for an educational grant from the Alcon Medical Education Grant Office, please complete the online
Within 60 days following program completion, recipients of an educational grant must provide the Alcon Medical Education Grant Office with the required post-activity reconciliation information.
The following information is required as part of your post-activity reconciliation:
Grant recipients are required to return to Alcon any unused grant funds in excess of USD $100 remaining at program completion. However, if the unused funds are less than USD $100, a refund will not be required.
NOTE: Failure to complete the post-activity reconciliation for an awarded grant will result in future applications not being considered for support.