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Call for Applications & Nominations – IASP World Congress Awards

The following awards are now accepting applications and nominations. Applications due 23 October 2019.

IASP Award for Excellence in Pain Research and Management in Developing Countries
Selected individual or team from low-income countries (according to the World Bank) will receive complimentary IASP World Congress registration, a travel grant of up to US$10,000, two years of IASP membership, and three books from IASP Press. 

Patrick D. Wall Young Investigator Award for Basic Science
Selected nominee will receive discount airfare for travel to the IASP World Congress and accommodation expenses, complimentary IASP World Congress registration, a cash award of US$2,500, and a plaque.

Ulf Lindblom Young Investigator Award for Clinical Science
Selected nominee will receive discount airfare for travel to the IASP World Congress on Pain, accommodation expenses, complimentary IASP World Congress registration, a cash award of US$2,500, and a plaque.

Ronald Dubner Research Prize
Selected nominee will receive discount airfare for travel to the IASP World Congress on Pain, accommodation expenses, a complimentary IASP World Congress registration, a cash award of US$2,500, and a plaque.

All applications and nominations are due by 23:59 on 23 October 2019 (convert to your local time).

 

IASP 2020 World Congress Award Winners

John J. Bonica Distinguished Lecture Award

Srinivasa RajaSrinivasa N. Raja, MD
Professor of Anesthesiology & Neurology and Director of Pain Research | Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine | USA

This prestigious award recognizes individuals who have made major contributions to pain research or therapy and honors IASP founder – and Dr. Raja’s former mentor – John J. Bonica. Learn More


John D. Loeser Distinguished Lecture Award

Robert DworkinRobert H. Dworkin, PhD
Professor of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, Neurology, & Psychiatry | University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry | USA

The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the pain field and is intended to create a tradition that instructs, inspires, and challenges clinicians and researchers to understand human pain, and the suffering it produces, in the broadest ways possible. This award honors Dr. John D. Loeser for his many decades of dedication to the promotion of pain education and research. Learn More


Ronald Melzack Lecture Award

Beverly ThornBeverly Thorn, PhD
Professor and Chair of Health Psychology | The University of Alabama | USA

The award recognizes significant contributions to the science of pain. The recipient is selected by the Scientific Program Committee. Learn More

 

 


William D. Willis, Jr, MD, PhD Memorial Lecture

Gary LewinGary Lewin, PhD
Head of Lewin Lab | Lewin Lab | Germany

The award recognizes significant accomplishments in basic science pain research. The recipient is selected by the Scientific Program Committee. Learn More

 

Applications due by
23:59 EDT on
23 October 2019