Current Grant and Fellowship opportunities
Here you can find all of our Grants and Awards.
The International Association for the Study of Pain offers a variety of grants and fellowships for trainees, researchers, and clinicians that support basic and the clinical research and students and education in developing countries. This page provides a complete list of all of IASP’s opportunities with each award’s eligibility criteria, deadline, and instructions on how to apply.
IASP's Highest Honors
This prize honors Dr. John D. Loeser for his many decades of dedication to the promotion of pain education and research.LEARN MORE >
This prize honoring John J. Bonica, the founder of IASP, is presented every two years to an individual who has made a major contribution to pain research or therapy.LEARN MORE >
Young Investigator /
Early Career Opportunities
This prize honors an individual who has achieved a high level of independence as an outstanding scholar in the field of pain in basic science.LEARN MORE >
This prize honors an individual who has achieved a high level of independence as an outstanding scholar in the field of pain in clinical science.LEARN MORE >
The Non-Human Pain SIG supports training in all aspects of pain research in non-human species, particularly in basic and clinical research into the recognition and mitigation of pain and discomfort in animals, and the use of spontaneous animal disease as a model for studying mechanisms and the alleviation of human pain.LEARN MORE >
This prize honors the best clinical or basic science research paper, series of papers or doctoral thesis in the field of pain that were published or in press while the candidate is in training as a student, intern, resident, pre-doctoral fellow, post-doctoral fellow, or equivalent.LEARN MORE >
This award is presented to an individual or a team that has achieved an outstanding level of excellence in pain-related programs in a developing country.LEARN MORE >
The IASP Developing Countries Project provides grants of up to $10,000 that support improving pain education and practice in developing countries.LEARN MORE >
This hands-on one-year fellowship trains an outstanding multidisciplinary clinician in pain management, treatments, and assessments for application in low-resource countries.LEARN MORE >
This award was created in 2019 to honor the legacy of William D. Willis, Jr. and recognizes significant accomplishments in basic science pain research.LEARN MORE >