APS Grant Programs
Future Leaders in Pain Research
The APS Future Leaders in Pain Research grants program funds the research projects of young investigators who have not yet attained NIH RO1 level funding.
Rita Allen Foundation and APS Award in Pain
The Rita Allen Foundation and APS Award in Pain grant is awarded to two pain research proposals focused on the molecular biology of pain or basic science topics related to the development of new analgesics for the management of pain due to terminal illness.
The deadline to apply for this grant is Wednesday, December 6.
Sharon S. Keller Chronic Pain Research Program
The Sharon S. Keller Chronic Pain Research Program funds research projects that improve chronic pain management with non-invasive interventions that have favorable side effect profiles.
This program is not currently accepting applications.
PCORI: Symptom Management for Patients with Advanced Illness
PCORI: Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Delivery for Pregnant Women with Substance Use Disorders Involving Prescription Opioids and/or Heroin
IASP Program of Grants and Awards
Institution: International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
The IASP Program of Grants and Awards supports investigators working in basic or clinical research and education in developing countries. There are many grants and awards available for a variety of aspects of pain research and education, including improving pain education in developing countries, early career research, and research symposium support.
Application details and deadlines vary by award.
APS monitors National Institutes of Health (NIH) Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) for opportunities specific to pain research. Visit the NIH Funding page to find see open grant opportunities.