Ronald Dubner Research Prize
- Cash award of US$2,500
- Economy airfare to the IASP World Congress, accommodations, and a complimentary Congress registration
- Plaque to be presented at the IASP World Congress
The application cycle is complete for the IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain. This award will open again in 2021 for the 2022 Congress.
The Ronald Dubner Research Prize is an award for trainees that is presented at the biennial IASP World Congress on Pain. Since 1993, this award has honored the best clinical or basic science research paper, series of papers, or doctoral thesis in the field of pain, published or in press while in training as a student, intern, resident, pre-doctoral fellow, post-doctoral fellow, or equivalent. The IASP Fellowships, Grants, and Awards Working Group selects the recipient.
- The candidate must be less than 35 years of age.
- The candidate must be an IASP member at the time of application.
- The candidate should have worked mainly under the guidance and supervision of senior researchers.
- Only work published in international refereed journals or periodicals will be considered.
- The candidate should be proposed by a senior researcher who provides an expert opinion on the scientific standing of the candidate.
- The recipient should be prepared to attend the IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 4-8 August 2020.
All Applications Must be Submitted in English. Nominations Should Include the Following:
- A letter of nomination by the trainee’s mentor including statements as to why the paper or papers is important and verification that the nominee was in training at the time the paper was published or in press;
- A candidate’s curriculum vitae (Please use the short-version IASP template. CVs must not exceed 4 pages, including citations).
The Fellowships, Grants, and Awards Working Group reviews all nominations and chooses the recipient. All decisions are final.
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