The Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain

iSTOP's role is transitioning to

UBC Gunn IMS Program – Faculty of Medicine
University of British Columbia

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GRANT FUNDING for Gunn Intra-Muscular Stimulation Research

UBC Gunn IMS / Neuropathic Pain Research Program


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Maximum: $50,000
Term: two (2) years

Deadline: September 15th
One (1) grant competition per year


Sponsor: University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver BC Canada

                 Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic, Department of Family Practice 
Submission: Office of Research Services

Funding: Scientific Review Committee, Division of Sports Medicine

Administration: Research and Trust Accounting at UBC

Reviewer(s): Peer Review (priority score), Clinical Ethics Board
Mandatory: Ethics Certificate, Yearly Reports, Financial Statements

Quick links to review the entire application process and administration before embarking

Office of Research Services

Research Faculty

Division of Sports Medicine

When all funding documentation and compliance requirements are in place, the Office of Research Services will open a research account, or Project Grant (PG), on your behalf.

Account Management

Seven Steps to Research Administration

Research Roadmap

Ready to Apply?

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Research Project Information Form & Guideline Notes (comprehensive)

Online Platform

About the Grant

  • Earlier Recipients of the Grant
  • Projects & Outcomes
  • Success for a Clinician and Research Partnership Project
  • Student becomes an Instructor
  • A patient's story of participating in a clinical trial
Gunn IMS / Neuropathic Pain Research Program 2011

Historical report...

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iSTOP may be able to assist with sourcing additional funding via "grant matching".

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iSTOP's role is transitioning to
UBC Gunn IMS Program – Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia
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Our gratitude goes out to all iSTOP legacy members and public donors since 1994.

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