Apply Now for Grants to Improve Education for Pain Clinicians in Developing Countries
Are you an individual or member of a team based in a developing country and dedicated to improving essential pain education for clinicians? If so, IASP invites you to apply for an education support grant of up to US$10,000.
Who is Eligible? The principal organizer must be based in a developing country (see the list of eligible countries) and an IASP member for at least one year at the time of application.
Applications are due no later than March 13, 2015.
Research Grants for Clinical and Human Experimental Pain Research
These biennial grants totalling up to € ۲۰۰,۰۰۰ from Grünenthal GmbH are supporting young scientists early in their career to carry out innovative clinical pain research in any member country of EFIC. Individual research grants are valued at up to € ۴۰,۰۰۰ per project for a duration of up to two years. Nore more applications for 2012 are being accepted – please check back in 2014 to find out more about the next EFIC Gruenenthal Grant
Research Grants are intended for clinical and human experimental pain research. Research proposals on animals, computer simulations, cell lines etc. will not be considered. The decision of the awards is made independently by the EFIC® Committee on Research
IBRO’s educational and funding programs provide top-class training and career-enhancement opportunities for young neuroscientists, with a special focus on those in economically challenged countries.
IBRO programs includes: IBRO Neuroscience Schools, Research Fellowships Program, International Travel Grants Program, Return Home Program, …
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APS Sharon S. Keller Chronic Pain Research Grant
This new grants program has been established to fund research projects that have a high likelihood of leading to new treatments, increased access to/and or expansion of treatment options for people with chronic pain.
APS Future Leaders in Pain Research Grants Program
The Future Leaders in Pain Research Grants Program has been established to fund research projects of doctorally-prepared investigators who have not yet attained NIH RO1 level funding.
Rita Allen Foundation Award in Pain
The American Pain Society and Rita Allen Foundation have announced a call for applications for the Rita Allen Foundation Award in Pain. The RAF and APS may award two grants in the amount of $50,000 annually, for a period of up to three years to those research proposals demonstrating the greatest merit and potential for success.