The Junior Investigator Award for Pain in Older Persons 2023 recognizes the contribution of a junior investigator whose scientific work has enhanced the science and practice of pain in older persons. The recipient of the Junior Investigator Award for Pain in Older Persons 2023 will receive a prize of $500 USD. Nomination Deadline: 15 June 2023
Criteria for the Award
- The research must contribute to the science and/or practice of pain research in older persons.
- The research findings are disseminated via presentations and publications.
- The research demonstrates high standards of scholarship in methods and dissemination.
- The applicant is currently a PhD student or must have completed (defended) the dissertation within the past 7 years.
- Nomination should include a short letter of support from a PhD supervisor, post-doctoral supervisor, or position supervisor that addresses the significance of the research to advance the science in the area of pain and aging and the meritorious level of scholarship demonstrated by the applicant.
- Include one manuscript representative of a strong contribution to the literature.
- Include a copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae.
Please email and attach all requested documents listed under Submission Requirements (above) to the Chair of the Junior Investigator Award for Pain in Older Persons Subcommittee, A.Prof, Dr. Margaret Dunham.