UPDATED: Two (2) Educational Observership grants per year are now being offered, in the amount of $4000.00 each.
Observership grants are meant to offset costs of visiting an approved host site which has proven expertise for a specific specialty (selected by applicant).
Recipients will spend 2 to 4 weeks at an approved site, with the agreement that a formal report of the observer's experience will be submitted to the IUGA office at the completion of the observership grant. The report is published in the IUGA newsletter and posted on the IUGA website.
The purpose of the IUGA-sponsored observership grant is to allow for increased dissemination of urogynecological knowledge by offering a stipend to an Observer to visit a renowned urogynecology center and perform an educational observership grant for a specific area of interest related to urogynecology.
Submission is now closed!!
Deadline: Tuesday, April 2 at 9:00am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)/GMT -5:00
- 2013 Grants ($4,000.00)
Francis Githae Muriithi from Kenya , going to Prof. Peter Dwyer, Melbourne, Australia
Luiz Gustavo Brito from Brazil , going to Dr. Prof Michel Cosson, Lille, France
Anna Pilzek from the United States , going to Hans Peter Dietz, New South Wales, Australia
Bindu Priya Narigapalli from India , going to Prof. Peter Dwyer, Melbourne, Australia
Sharifah Z Syed Abdul Jalil from the United Kingdom , going Prof. Hans Peter Dietz, New South Wales, Australia
- 2012 Grants ($4,000.00)
Valeria Montuoso from Argentina , going to Dr. Willy Davila, Cleveland Clinic Florida, USA
Mohan Regmi from Nepal , going to Dr. Stephen Jeffery, Cape Town, South Africa - VIEW REPORT
- 2011 Grants
Rachid El Haddad, from Czech Republic , going to Ranee Thakar & Abdul Sultan in UK - VIEW REPORT
Petr Hubka, from Czech Republic , going to John DeLancey in the US - VIEW REPORT
Renato Martins (Host site: Linda Cardozo, King's College, UK ) - VIEW REPORT
Sharif Ismail (Host site: Michel Cosson, Hopital Jeanne de Flandre, France ) - VIEW REPORT