Other Fellowships, Grants and Awards
We are delighted to offer fellowship opportunities, grants and awards open for application by other organizations on this page.
Petri Honkanen Foundation
The target of Petri Honkanen Foundation is primarily supporting research, which aims to develop methods to recognize the most rupture-prone intracranial aneurysms; to cure the aneurysm before the rupture; and to improve the outcome and prognosis of patients carrying aneurysms and/or suffering from SAH caused by aneurysm rupture.
The long-term goal of Petri Honkanen Foundation is to promote the development of new tools to estimate the rupture risk of an unruptured aneurysm as accurately as possible; as well as the development of safest and most effective methods to prevent the rupture with its often devastating sequlae.
Petri Honkanen Foundation
- awards individual grants to the research and development of dedicated areas in brain aneurysm research
- awards the Petri Honkanen Young Neurosurgeon Course Award that covers the registration fee to the annual Helsinki Live Demonstration Course in Operative Microneurosurgery, and reasonable travel and accommodation expenses. Eligible applicants are neurosurgical residents or young neurosurgeons (less that 40 years) who conduct basic, translational or clinical research on intracranial aneurysms.
Full details available on the website: http://www.petrihonkanenfoundation.fi
We are also pleased to announce that AOSpine has compiled a comprehensive list of available fellowships. Please visit https://aospine.aofoundation.org/Structure/education/spine-centers/Pages/spine-centers.aspx for more information.
The Brain Prize
The Brain Prize of €1 million is awarded annually.
Fellowships in Portugal
The Portuguese Society of Neurosurgery is offering a number of clinical fellowships in accredited training programmes, lasting from six months to two years.
Please download the letter for details.
The AANS also offer a range of fellowships. For more information, please click here.
Pain and Spine Fellowship
Scott & White Neuroscience Institute
The comprehensive Pain & Spine Fellowship at Scott & White is designed to provide educational experience in spinal and pain pathology to a graduate of a Neurosurgery training program or senior neurosurgery resident. Clinical and research experiences will be included. Both US and International candidates will be considered.
Further Information - Flyer
Contact: Vasilios A. Zerris, MD, MPH
Cervical Spine Research Society - European Section
The Cervical Spine Research Society is a multidisciplinary organization that provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and promotes clinical and basic science research of the cervical spine. The organization values collegial interaction and strong scientific principles.
To faciliate research in the field of cervical spine the Cervical Spine Research Society - European Section (CSRS-ES) has the opportunity to offer € 25.000,- annually to research projects.
More information: Flyer (opens in new browser window)