IASP is accepting nominations for three prizes and one award that honor outstanding achievement levels in pain research and relief worldwide by individuals and teams at all career stages. Submissions are being accepted through 20 October.
Award for Excellence in Pain Research and Management in Developing Countries
Presented to an individual or team who has achieved an outstanding level of excellence in basic science research in pain, pain management, clinical research or practice, and/or policy changes in pain management in the developing world.
Patrick D. Wall Young Investigator Prize for Basic Science
Presented to a young investigator who has achieved a high level of independence as a scholar in the field of pain.
Presented to the student, intern, resident, pre-doctoral fellow, post-doctoral fellow, or equivalent, who published or put into press the best research paper, series of papers, or doctoral thesis in the field of pain.
Ulf Lindblom Young Investigator Prize for Clinical Science
Presented to trainees, this prize recognizes 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.