Grants made through NVA’s Medical Research Fund provide scientists with the opportunity to gather vital pilot data, which they need to secure funding from larger institutions, such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The Alliance for Endometriosis Survey Reveals Actions Needed to Improve the Endometriosis Patient Experience
IPPS members are a group of diverse healthcare professionals who specialize in persistent pelvic pain (chronic pelvic pain) clinical care, education, and research. Many of you are participating in events that would be beneficial to the IPPS community. If you would like to disseminate information about your event on the IPPS website, social media, or news letter, then submit the information by completing this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TM5Z6GL
We’re excited to announce the IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting will be delivered in a hybrid model, giving attendees even more options to attend! Join us in person in Baltimore or join us from the comfort of your own home. We’ve also extended the early registration deadline to September 17 to give you more time to make your plans to join us.
IPPS remains fully committed to holding a successful annual meeting at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel this October.
As the IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting approaches, we want to address any concerns you may be having as it relates to COVID-19 and the Delta variant. We are planning to hold an in-person meeting and are closely monitoring CDC updates and recommendations.
The NVA is requesting research proposals on (i) potential causes of vulvodynia and (ii) promising treatments for vulvodynia. Grant amounts range from $30,000 to $50,000.
New Alliance to Address Multiple Pain Points for Women Living with Endometriosis