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The dissemination of knowledge and training is the cornerstone of continued education and worldwide development in urogynecology. IUGA-sponsored grants have been developed to provide hands-on training, promote research and development, and prompt exchange of knowledge and ideas. International fellowships, Observerships, Research Grants. With the growth and success of these programs, IUGA committee members and officers continue to develop education, training, and research in urogynecology. Please check this site regularly for the most current updates.
The IUGA Research Grants are designed to fund original research by an IUGA member or trainee.
The IUGA-sponsored Fellowships allow for increased dissemination of urogynecological knowledge by funding travel and living expenses for a trainee to visit a renowned Urogynecology Center and perform a Fellowship as well as formulate and complete a research study.
Observership grants are meant to offset costs of visiting an approved host site which has proven expertise for a specific specialty (selected by applicant).
Urogynecology Training Site Directory
Training Site Directory
If you do not see your training site, contact the IUGA Office at email@example.com
Least Developed Countries
In order to further the mission of IUGA to advance Urogynecology around the world, discounted registration fees to IUGA Annual Meetings and Educational Programs are offered for those countries designated by the UN as "Least Developed Countries." This list may be found at the website below, along with inclusion criteria and country profiles. If you have any question on this list, please contact the IUGA office at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
UN List of Least Developed Countries: http://www.unohrlls.org/en/ldc/25/
Presentation and Publications from IUGA Grants
IUGA research grants, fellowships, and observerships have resulted in abstracts and manuscripts produced by the award recipients and presented and published in various meeting forums and peer-reviewed journals.
IUGA Grant Recipients - Abstracts and Manuscripts