With the aim of supporting basic scientific and clinical research in the fields of local anaesthetic pharmacology, surgery, obstetrics and pain management, ESRA offers 2 different Grant programmes:
The European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy (ESRA) proudly presents the ESRA Research Grant in order to achieve the distinctive goals of ESRA such as
ESRA members from all over the world are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be ESRA members and should be in at least their third year of anaesthesia specialisation or enrolled in a regional anaesthesia PhD programme.
Applications can be forwarded any time of the year to the ESRA Office.
Click here for conditions of application
The European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy (ESRA) offers the ESRA Educational Grant in order to achieve the distinctive goals of ESRA:
ESRA members from all over the world are encouraged to apply. However, emphasis will be placed on applications from anaesthesiologists coming from countries that lack the financial infrastructures needed to achieve the education in regional anaesthesia.
Applicants should be ESRA members, have spent a minimal amount of time in their specialty, and be in at least their third year of medical specialisation.
Applications deadline – 15 February & 30 June 2020
ESRA offers 3 different awards:
The Carl Koller Award is the recognition of ESRA for the outstanding lifetime contribution to the field of Regional Anaesthesia and/or Pain Medicine.
ESRA undertakes to support outstanding innovative activities or developments in the field of Regional Anaesthesia by annually awarding the Regional Anaesthesia Award.
This award is a reflection on excellence in teaching & clinical education in the field of regional anaesthesia.
The ESRA Albert Van Steenberge Award was created in 2010 in the memory of Albert Van
Steenberge, one of the society’s founding members.
Recipients of this award are recognized based on the following:
• The recipient must be of European nationality
• The award will recognise a scientific article considered most relevant, in its contribution to the practice of regional anaesthesia and published in the year preceding the Annual Congress.
Click here to access the list of awardees.