Sponsored by the AAN and endowed by the United States Cancer Pain Relief Committee, the Mayday Fund, and friends of Dr. Mitchell Max
This award recognizes an individual for outstanding work in the field of neuropathic pain for either a single contribution or for lifetime achievement.
Recipient is expected to present a 10-minute lecture during a scientific session at the 71st AAN Annual Meeting.
Recipient will receive:
- Certificate of recognition and $1,000 prize
- Complimentary registration for 71st Annual Meeting
Must be actively engaged in neuropathic pain research
Applicants should submit one complete set of the following materials:
- Completed application form
- Current curriculum vitae
- Letter from colleague summarizing applicant's body of work including:
- Relevant background material
- Research accomplishments placed in context
- Assessment of the direct or indirect impact of contributions to the understanding of neuropathic pain
The 2019 scientific award application deadline has now passed. Applicants will be notified in February 2019.
For more information or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.