Foundation Grants Awarded for the 3rd Year in a Row!
The Foundation of the AAGL supports continued progress in the field of minimally invasive gynecology by providing scholarships, teaching grants, and financial support to worthy research. Embodying this foremost objective of the mission of The Foundation is the award of MIGS research grants for the third straight year.
The AAGL and the Foundation of the AAGL are proud to announce the recipients of this year’s grants. Each recipient will receive a research grant for up to $10,000 to fund a research project related to minimally invasive gynecology. The research must occur between July 1, 2018 and June 29, 2019.
George Washington University
“Reward program for returning narcotics after minimally invasive hysterectomy”
Brown University/Women & Infant’s Hospital
Providence, Rhode Island
“Optimization of spontaneous trial of void (OPTION): a prospective cohort study with nested randomized controlled trial”
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
“Perioperative administration of tamsulosin vs. placebo to prevent urinary retention in urogynecologic surgery”