Grants, Awards, and Fellowships

We have compiled the following list of grants, awards, and fellowships, including neurosurgery grants sponsored by government and private agencies.

If you are interested in having your grant, award, or fellowship listed, please contact us.

Available Awards
This one-year award is intended to sponsor a fellow or young neurosurgeon within three years of training to conduct clinical or basic science research in the field of neurotrauma or critical care.
December 1st of each calendar year
This award is made for the best resident-submitted abstract of content and methodology relating to socio-economic issues.

This is an invited lectureship at AANS/CNS section on cerebrovascular surgery scientific session at the AANS Annual Meeting.

Sponsored by the Farber Foundation, the Farber awardee is selected by a subcommittee from the Joint Section on Tumors and the Society for Neuro-Oncology and is presented at the annual meeting of the respective societies on alternating years.

This is awarded to the best abstract submission by a resident at the CNS Annual Meeting.

CNS abstract submission deadline

This award is given for the best paper presented at the Winter Meeting of the Joint Section on Pediatric Neurological Surgery by a resident-in-training on the topic of hydrocephalus. Eligibility for the Shulman Award supersedes eligibility for the Hydrocephalus Award. The award is given at the Winter Meeting of the...

Section annual meeting abstract submission deadline

This award is presented to an eminent pediatric neurosurgeon for a lifetime of dedicated service to the field. Candidates are nominated by any three active members of the Joint Section on Pediatric Neurological Surgery.

This is awarded to the highest graded international abstract submitted.

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