IASP PAIN, February 2021

By chris@csa.co.za February 22, 2021 13:52
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President’s Message

As an association dedicated to supporting your commitment towards pain relief worldwide, IASP provides multiple grants and fellowships, helping you fund research and projects that advance your career. The opportunity to receive funding from IASP grants happens once a year; therefore, I encourage you to take advantage of three open grant applications:
  • IASP Early Career Research Grants: Support researchers in the early career stage of pain investigations with US$20,000. Applications close 25 March.
  • IASP Developing Countries Grants: Support improvements of essential pain education for clinicians in developing countries with up to US$10,000. Applications close 8 April.
  • IASP Collaborative Research Grants: Support collaborative research between two or more research groups located in different countries with up to US$15,000. Applications close 15 April.
For recipients, these grants not only aid in their pain relief efforts but continue to affect future research and projects, establishing a foundation for discovering new efforts and connections around the world. IASP continues to look forward to supporting our members throughout another year of working towards pain relief. Apply for a grant today!
Claudia Sommer, MD

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PAIN, February 2021
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Australian Pain Society
The Australian Pain Society (APS) was established in 1979 as the Australian Chapter of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP). Many early IASP Councillors were Australians who were integral in the formation of our chapter. Over the years, many APS members have fulfilled roles within the IASP council and working groups, and we remain actively represented to this day.

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IASP is turning the spotlight on members! Get to know your global colleagues, how they’re working towards global pain relief, and what the association means to them. 
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Marc Russo, MD
Dr. Marc Russo, MD, is the Director at Hunter Pain Specialists in Australia. His specialty is pain medicine, and he has been in the pain field for 22 years. Marc has been an IASP member for the last 21 years and has attended the IASP World Congress on Pain seven times.
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By chris@csa.co.za February 22, 2021 13:52

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