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Research

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia believes that Pelvic Pain is an under-researched area of health care. The Foundation supports research in the area of pelvic pain both financially and through mentorship of researchers. 

Our aim is to encourage and facilitate research in pelvic pain to achieve better outcomes for teens, women and men with this disabling condition.

To read more about research and travel grants, click here.

Otherwise, to read more about our current research projects, click here.

 

Mentoring for Pelvic Pain Research

The Pelvic Pain Foundation assists researchers through professional assistance in planning and undertaking research in pelvic pain.  We encourage multi-disciplinary collaborative research connecting basic scientists with clinicians across a range of medical disciplines.

We welcome contact from health professionals or scientists keen to work in this area and will attempt to put them in contact with other researchers with complementary skills.

 

Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia Travel Grants.

To assist those who have undertaken research present their findings to a wider audience, the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia provides Travel Grants.

Travel grants are available to Australian researchers who have completed research in pelvic pain for the purpose of traveling to professional meetings.

 

Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia Research Grants

To assist those undertaking research in the area of pelvic pain, the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia  provides Research Grants.

These grants are available to Australian researchers to assist with their research expenses.

 

Contact

Eligibility for Travel and Research Grants is determined by our Research Sub-committee with further information from Ms Tiffany Brooks at contact@pelvicpain.org.au