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.
ASRA's 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. Up to $200,000 is available biennially for this grant.
ASRA's Young Investigator Award is designed to support research conducted by an MD or DO who is within five years of graduating from a residency/fellowship. Up to $30,000 is available for the recipient to complete a proposed project that falls into the research priorities of ASRA within a two-year period.
ASRA's Graduate Student Award is a mentored grant of up to $10,000 annually given to a graduate or medical student to support a proposed project that falls into the research priorities of ASRA.