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Early Career Award 2021

  • 30 Oct 2020

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EARLY CAREER AWARD 2021

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2020

DESCRIPTION

The Early Career Award recognizes outstanding achievements in pain research and/or management by an individual at the early stage of his or her career. The selection will be made by a committee formed by the Canadian Pain Society.

AWARD

The award will consist of:

  • Keynote Presentation at the 2021 CPS Annual Scientific Meeting
  • $1000 honorarium
  • Plaque
  • Complimentary 2021 Scientific Meeting registration

SUBMISSION CRITERIA

  • Nominees must hold a PhD or MD degree (or equivalent) and hold an independent research and/or clinical appointment. Applicants must be within 8 years of their independent appointment at a Canadian University or affiliated research institution at the time of application. Interruptions and delays in career will be considered when determining eligibility.
  • Nominees must be current members in good standing with the Canadian Pain Society
  • A letter of nomination signed by three CPS regular members
  • CV of the nominee

FORMAT

All documents must be combined and uploaded into one PDF file that is no larger than 30 MB.

TO APPLY

Click the registration button above to submit your application through our online form.

QUESTIONS

Please contact our Awards Committee Chair: Jeffrey Mogil, (514) 398-6085 or jeffrey.mogil@mcgill.ca

The Canadian Pain Society is strongly committed to diversity within its membership. Diversity strengthens both research and clinical practice in pain. We encourage nominations by and for racialized persons, Black, Indigenous and people of colour, women, LGBTQ2S+, persons with disabilities, and others who bring diverse perspectives to the field of pain.

Click here to download the submission guidelines

Contact Us

office@canadianpainsociety.ca
+1-416-642-6379
301 - 250 Consumers Road, Toronto ON  M2J 4V6

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