Submission is now closed for this grant.
The deadline for submitting your application is July 1, 2021.
This grant will be awarded to any fellow, post-doctoral or junior clinical faculty (faculty < 5 years) member who proposes to implement a clinical, research, or educational project that has the potential to improve the lives of patients with chronic pelvic pain. This grant is a membership benefit that also requires mentorship by an IPPS member. International applicants are accepted. We encourage applications from aspiring researchers from diverse fields including, but not limited to, women’s health, anatomy, education, genetics, gynecology, internal medicine, urology, gastroenterology, psychiatry/behavioral/mental health, sexual health, public health, social work, endocrinology, pain, epidemiology, neurology, physical therapy, nursing.
The maximum award amount is $10,000.
Application and Review Process:
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Grants will be disbursed in two payments, with the first paid at the beginning of the grant period when all payment information has been received, and the second paid at the midpoint of the grant following receipt of a mid-term progress report and approval of the Research committee. Grants will be paid to the sponsoring institution and cannot be paid directly to the application or mentor.
Grant winner is required to submit both a mid-term and final progress report to the IPPS Research committee.
Post Grant Requirements
The IPPS will be credited as a sponsor in
any presentation and publication what results from the research project. The
winner of this grant is required to submit an abstract describing their results
at the IPPS Annual Meeting.