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January 2017
David Craig, PharmD | Editor

Research

Young Investigator Travel Award Program

The application portal for the 2017 Young Investigator Travel Award program is now open!

APS is offering travel scholarships for the 2017 APS Annual Scientific Meeting through the Young Investigator Travel Award. A limited number of funding awards will be available to individuals presenting poster abstracts at the meeting May 17–20 in Pittsburgh, PA. Applicants may be from any research training background (basic or clinical science, psychology, medicine, or biostatistics) and may be at any level in training (students, residents, predoctoral trainees, postdoctoral fellows, and those who have completed their postdoctoral training within the past 3 years). Applicants must be APS members and must have an abstract accepted for presentation. Applications from nonmembers will not be considered.

Applications will be reviewed by the APS Scientific Program Committee and stipends will be awarded in late February. Notifications will be sent to applicants in March. Those applicants selected to receive a 2017 award will receive their travel grants at the annual meeting.

Apply now.


APS–University of Pittsburgh CTSI Pain Challenge

APS and the University of Pittsburgh Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) are excited to announce the 2017 Pain Challenge. The application process will open in January, and the award winners will be announced at the APS Annual Scientific Meeting. Visit the University of Pittsburgh CTSI website for initial information about this funding opportunity.


Rita Allen Foundation Award in Pain: Deadline Extended

The Rita Allen Foundation (RAF) and APS have extended the 2017 Award in Pain deadline to Monday, February 6. The RAF and APS may award two grants in the amount of $50,000 for a period of up to 3 years to those authors whose research proposals demonstrate the greatest merit and potential for success.

Candidates must have completed their training and provided persuasive evidence of distinguished achievement or extraordinary promise in basic science research in pain. Candidates should be in the early stages of their career with an appointment at the faculty level. The entire award is to be allocated to projects specifically chosen by the recipient. Overhead is not supported.

Learn more about the RAF Award in Pain.