Future Leaders in Pain Research Grant
2016 Future Leaders in Pain Research Grants Program is closed.
This year APS Future Leaders grants will be funded in part 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 science 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.
Review the submission guidelines.
For additional information, please contact APS at 847.375.6332 or Carly Reisner.
Congratulations to the 2016 Future Leaders in Pain Research grant winners!
Anna Taylor, PhD
The Regents of the University of California - Los Angeles, CA
Revealing a brain-gut microbiome connection following chronic opioid treatment
Melanie Noel, PhD
The University of Calgary – Calgary, Alberta, CA
The sociolinguistic context of pain memory development in young children
Learn more about previous Future Leaders in Pain Research Recipients.
Patrick M. Dougherty, PhD, Chair
Jim Campbell, MD
Michael Caterina, PhD
Robert R. Edwards, MD PhD
Michael Gold, PhD
Jianren Mao, MD PhD
Gayle Page, RN DNSc
Barbara Rakel, PhD RN
Perry Fuchs, PhD
Barbara Rakel, PhD
Ted Price, PhD