Thank you for your interest in the Non-Human Pain Trainee Research Project Award. This award supports training in all aspects of pain research in non-human species, particularly in basic and clinical research into the recognition and mitigation of pain and discomfort in animals, and the use of spontaneous animal disease as a model for studying mechanisms and the alleviation of human pain. At the time of application applicants should be:
- IASP Trainee Members and Non-Human Pain SIG members at the time of applying.
- Be generally be in an early stage of his or her career.
- The selected applicant must provide a proof of student/trainee status (e.g. Masters/PhD student, DVM undergraduate, Veterinary or Clinical Research resident or related discipline.
- Mentors to have active members of IASP or in good standing at the time of applying.
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