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 is an invited lectureship at the annual meeting of the AANS/CNS section on cerebrovascular surgery.

Named in memory of neurosurgeon Steven Mahaley, a long-devoted neuro-oncologist, the Mahaley Clinical Research Award is given at each AANS and CNS annual meeting to an established investigator in neuro-oncology who presents the best clinical research paper in the field.
AANS and CNS abstract submission deadlines
An endowed award for an invited lecture by a distinguished clinician, teacher, or researcher in any of the pediatric sciences.
By invitation only
This $15,000 grant is awarded to the best translational research proposal on brain tumors.

Established in 1990 by longtime benefactor of the joint tumor section, Peter Preuss, the Preuss Award is given annually at the AANS and CNS meetings to the resident who has submitted the best basic science research paper.

AANS and CNS abstract submission deadlines

An invited lecture by a distinguished neurosurgeon, pediatrician, academic or public servant working on issues important to pediatrics or pediatric neurological surgery. The Raimondi Lecture occurs at the Winter Meeting of the Section. The lecturer is chosen by the Chairman of the Section. Established in 1984.

This fellowship supports a specific laboratory or clinical research proposal by a neurosurgical resident in an approved training program.
March 1st of each calendar year

Endowed by E. Laurie Bittner in memory of her husband, Ronald L. Bittner, M.D., this award is given for the best abstract paper on brain tumor research submitted by a resident or junior faculty member.

AANS abstract submission deadline