Spine Intervention Society- Nikolai Bogduk Young Investigator Grant
Membership of SIS provides a very useful support and educational tool for Musculoskeletal Physicians interested in treating spinal pain and using or recommending spinal interventions.
An exciting opportunity is now available for those who have become fellows in the last 5 years. Please let everyone know and encourage those with an interest in research to consider applying for this scholarship.
Follow the application link to see how receiving the inaugural grant is helping Dr. Patricia Zheng realise her potential to advance the evidence base.
Exploring the evidence base with SIS can provide you with:
- up to USD25,000 to conduct original research;
- mentorship from the SIS Research Division;
- complimentary travel, accommodations, and registration for the SIS Annual Meeting when you present your SIS-funded research.
Realise your potential to advance the evidence base. Apply today.
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING LETTERS OF INTENT FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE 2022 GRANT IS MARCH 1, 2022.