Research

AGES Clinical Research Grants

Background:


The AGES Research Fund was conceived some 15 years ago, with the specific aim of targeting surgical research in gynaecology.  The first awards for funding were granted in 2003 and since that time, more than 65 different projects have been funded or part-funded with more than a million dollars in grants allocated.  Multiple large-scale randomised controlled trials, prospective cohort studies and retrospective reviews have received funding and had results published in national and international Journals.

The AGES research fund encourages applications from advanced trainees and junior Fellows to encourage research projects and foster collaboration.  Seed funding has been granted to groups undertaking early work in a clinical or scientific field with the recognition that whilst the project is likely to cost more than can be accommodated for in the Society’s Research Scheme, the initial work may lead onto avenues for ongoing research money.

2018 Submissions are now closed!


Further details for the AGES Clinical Research Grants are available in the members section of the website.

Research is an integral requirement of maintaining scientific standards and progression of surgical techniques and research has become one of the three AGES pillars for its members and our specialty.

The society wishes to recognise and thank our Platinum sponsor Stryker for making the Research fund possible and continuing to support the Society in this valuable endeavour.

Dr Louise Hull

AGES Clinical Research
Grant Committee Chair

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