Currently, 75 scholarships are available to a range of participants. Scholarships will be awarded as long as supplies last. You must register for the conference in advance, and then apply for the scholarship. If approved, you will receive a rebate, which will make your registration fee a total of $500.00. Rebate will be for the Congress registration fee only, and does not include workshops or special events.
Additional scholarships may become available as organizations and institutions offer their sponsorships. Check this page often for additional details.
In the spirit of supporting future researchers, the Ida P. Rolf Research Foundation and the Fascia Research Society are offering a special discounted registration rate of $200 in lieu of a scholarship for Fascia Research Society (FRS) members who are graduate students enrolled in a masters degree or doctoral degree granting program (MD, PhD, DO, DC, DPT, DPH, DAc, etc.) who have an interest in conducting fascia research. Residents and postdoctoral students are included in this category. Details »
Understanding Research Fundamentals for the Fascia Research Congress and Beyond – A special half-day workshop is being offered the afternoon before the congress begins. This workshop will prepare participants to engage more completely in the Fascia Research Congress. Beyond the congress, those in attendance will be better able to understand and utilize research results and be more prepared to pursue research in the future, should they so choose. Presenters will share their expertise with basic science and clinical studies while introducing the basic tenets of research. This class is $35.00, but will be included without charge for all scholarship recipients. Scholarship made possible by the Fascia Research Society. View the workshop speakers and details »
Students and clinicians with an abstract accepted for paper or poster presentation at the Fascia Research Congress may apply for a scholarship. Preference will be given to those listed as first author. Scholarship made possible by the Ida P. Rolf Research Foundation and the Fascia Research Society. NOTE: if you are a graduate student, please see discounted registration for graduate students before applying.
Students who are enrolled in undergraduate degree programs, or clinician training programs are eligible to apply for a scholarship. Scholarship made possible by the Ida P. Rolf Research Foundation and the Fascia Research Society.
|May 15||Workshop proposals open|
|Sept. 15||Workshop proposal submission deadline|
|Sept. 15||Abstract submissions open|
|Nov. 4-20||Workshop presenters notified|
|Dec. 5||Fascia Research Congress and workshop registration opens|
|March 31||Abstract submission deadline|
|Sep. 17||Pre-Congress workshop|
|Sep. 18-20||4th International Fascia Research Congress|
|Sep. 21||Post-Congress workshops|
|Nov. 14||Fascia, Acupuncture and Oncology Session at Harvard|