CID

Regional studies

Regional studies

The projects mentioned below are managed by the regions with support of AOSpine International. 

To learn more about the project please click on the project title.

 

Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific

​Mini grants for Council Research Projects and Regional Research Projects: Over 70 projects have received funding in the last three years, with three ongoing studies.
AP_FastFacts.pdfFast facts of Asia Pacific grants

Call for Research Grants 2018 opens soon.
Timeline of research grant application 2018 – All Councils_V1.pdfCall for applications timeline

Effectiveness of various diagnostic and management tools for the treatment/management of people with pott’s spine/koch’s spine in India—A prospective, observational multicentric cohort study

​Comparison of Surgical Outcomes for Lumbar Degenerative Spondylolisthesis with Neurogenic Claudication— A prospective, comparative, multicenter trial

​Europe and Southern Africa
Europe, Middle East, Africa

SCI-POEM: European Multi-Center Study

​European Young Researcher Award

The aim of the AOSpine Europe Young Researcher Award is to encourage and motivate young Europe-based researchers in the field of spinal care. Details on the next European Young Researcher Award will be communicated in due time.
​Latin America
Latin America
​AOSpine Latin America stimulated research as a key tool to capacitate surgeons. The high capacity and good production quality of scientific papers in the region show that the efforts made have produced good results. Some of these articles were published in high impact journals. Learn more about the projects and read the papers.
​Middle East and Northern Africa
Europe, Middle East, Africa

​Middle Eastern Young Researcher Award

The aim of the AOSpine Middle Eastern Young Researcher Award is to encourage and motivate young Middle East- based researchers in the field of spinal care. Details on the next Middle Eastern Young Researcher Award will be communicated in due time.

​North America
North America


CSM-Protect: Efficacy of Riluzole in Patients with Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy Undergoing Surgical Treatment. A Multi‐Center Double Blind Randomized Controlled Trial

RISCIS: Multi-Center, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blinded, Trial of Efficacy and Safety of Riluzole in Acute Spinal Cord Injury

Multi-Center, Prospective, Comparative Study of Anterior vs. Posterior Surgical Treatment of Lumbar Isthmic Spondylolisthesis

Young Investigator Research Grant Award application deadline is 31 December 2017. Follow the links for the AOSNA YIRGA Guidelines 2017.pdfapplication guidelines and theAOSNA YIRGA application 2017.docapplication form.