Our Research Mission
The IPPS strongly supports research and educational projects that are designed to improve care for patients with chronic pelvic pain disorders. Scholarships and research grants are available for educational and research purposes and are specifically designed for young investigators and clinicians who need financial resources to further their research and educational careers. These programs are benefits of IPPS membership and mentorship and are designed to support individuals whose contributions will benefit the mission of our society. All award winners will be announced at the IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting and on the IPPS Website.
Scholarships and grants range in value from $300 to $10,000
Grant and Scholarships opportunities will not be available for 2020. Please email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The James E. Carter Pain Achievement Award ($1,000)
Paul Perry Memorial Education Lecture Award ($1,000)