Research and Travel Grants – From July 2018

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia supports research through mentoring or financial assistance. We welcome enquiries from health professionals or scientists who are planning or undertaking research in the area of pelvic pain. Financial assistance is also available to assist the presentation of research findings at professional meetings. Please Note: Applications for Travel and Research Grants for 2017-2018 have now closed. We welcome your applications after June 2018.

Research Grants – From July 2018

Applications for Research Assistance Grants are considered three times each year. Submission dates are the 1st of March, July and November annually. The Application Form can be downloaded by clicking the following link:

Enquiries should be addressed to contact@pelvicpain.org.au

Travel Assistance Grants

Applications for Travel Assistance Grants are considered three times each year. Submission dates are the 1st of March, July and November annually. The Application Form can be downloaded at:

Enquiries should be addressed to contact@pelvicpain.org.au

Research and Travel Grants Awarded

Ms Katherine Jane Bowering,

Is Vulvadynia a Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome? PhD Research Project, University of South Australia

 

Dr Gemma Hardi

Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Timeline for Development Resident Medical Officer Presentation at Australian Pain Society, Hobart

 

Ms Tiffany Brooks

Pelvic Pain and the Family Masters Research Project, University of Adelaide Presentation at Australian Pain Society, Hobart