Carl Koller Memorial Research Grant
The ASRA Carl Koller Memorial Research Fund has available a total of $200,000 biennially to support clinical and laboratory studies related to any aspect of regional anesthesia and analgesia and their application to surgery.
Carl Koller Research Grant submission criteria
The 2015 application deadline has passed. This grant is awarded in even-numbered years. The next call for proposals will open in summer 2016.
2014 Carl Koller Award Recipient
Barys Ihnatsenka, MD
University of Florida
Research: Towards a curriculum for transferrable training in thoracic epidural and paravertebral block using an advanced mixed-reality simulator.
Curriculum development: Dr. Barys Ihnatsenka, Dr. Nikolaus Gravenstein, Dr. David Edwards, Dr. Lisa Warren
Technical implementation: Mr. David Lizdas, Dr. Samsun Lampotang
Chronic Pain Medicine Research Grant
The newly established ASRA Chronic Pain Medicine Research Grant aims to promote and facilitate high quality research in pain medicine. Results of such research will guide clinical practice for pain physicians and improve patient health care.
Chronic Pain Medicine Research Grant submission criteria
ASRA is currently accepting applications for this grant, with a deadline of September 1, 2016.
2013 Chronic Pain Research Grant Recipient
Jijun Xu, MD, PhD
Mentor: Mohamed Naguib, MD
Consultants: Jianguo Cheng, MD, PhD; Richard Rosenquist, MD
Research: Regulation of Spinal Microglial Fractalkine/CX3CR1 and TNF-alpha Signaling in Paclitaxel Induced Peripheral Neuropathy in Rats
Jijun Xu, MD, PhD, provided an update on his grant project on November 21st at the 14th Annual Pain Medicine Meeting in Miami, FL. Read a summary of his presentation.
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