Scoliosis Research Society (SRS)
An International Organization Dedicated to the Education, Research and Treatment of Spinal Deformity
Our Mission is to Foster Optimal Care for All Patients with Spinal Deformities
Alf Nachemson Evidence Based Medicine
|October 1 - DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 31
Alf Nachemsom Evidence Based Medicine
Faxed and emailed applications will not be accepted. Please apply using the online application.
NEW! Applicants do not need to be members of the SRS, but do need to have at least one SRS member as a Co-Investigator.
Funds are for work to be performed, not works in progress or already completed.
All correspondence will be sent to the primary investigator. It is the responsibility of the primary investigator to provide information to co-investigators.
The SRS Research Grant program was not developed to support research for independent manufacturers, industry development or personal business financial gain. SRS will be sensitive to this issue and avoid funding these projects.
If grant is awarded, you must submit your findings as an abstract to the SRS Annual Meeting, with no guarantee of acceptance, before submitting to any other meeting.
SRS must be cited as the source of funding in any publication, presentation or in any publicity resulting from the award or its results.
The Scoliosis Research Society provides information on these web pages regarding research and links as a public service. The SRS believes that patients should contact their treating physician about the relevance of any information listed on the site prior to proceeding with any particular treatment. Just as no two individuals are exactly alike, no two patients with a spinal deformity are the same. Therefore, your spinal deformity surgeon will be the most important source of information about the management of your particular spinal problem.