Future Leaders in Pain Research Grant
The 2018 Future Leaders in Pain Research Grant Program call for applications is now closed.
The deadline for submissions was July 9, 2018. Applicants can expect to receive feedback in October of 2018.
This year's APS Future Leaders grants will be funded by the Mayday Fund. Up to two awards for $25,000 each to basic science pain research proposals and one award for $25,000 translational pain research proposals will be given to those demonstrating the greatest merit and potential for success.
The Future Leaders in Pain Research Grant Program was established in 2005 to fund pain research projects of doctoral-prepared investigators who have not yet attained NIH RO1-level funding. The purpose of this grant is to encourage research in pain that will add to the existing body of knowledge, and to allow investigators to develop pilot data that will aid them in securing additional major grant funding for continued pain research.
Michael D. Burton, PhD
The University of Texas at Dallas
Uncovering Cell-specific Mechanisms in Sex Differences in TLR4-dependent Pain
Geoffroy Laumet, PhD
University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Neuroimmune Mechanism of Latent Pain Sensitization in Response to Chemotherapy
Vani Mathur, PhD
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
Social Mechanisms of Psychophysical Pain Disparities
Learn more about previous Future Leaders in Pain Research Recipients.
2017 Review Committee
Patrick M. Dougherty, PhD, Chair
Emily Bartley, PhD
Robert Coghill, PhD
Robert R. Edwards, PhD
Burel Goodin, PhD
Peter Grace, PhD
Sarah Linnstaedt, PhD
Loren Martin, PhD
Theodore Price, PhD
Barbara Rakel, PhD RN
Laura Simons, PhD
Kevin Vowles, PhD
Robert Edwards, PhD
Ted Price, PhD
For questions about the Future Leaders Grant please contact Emily Panci.