AUGS offers several research opportunities within the field of FPMRS, including the PFD Research Foundation Grants Program. Read more about our research offerings below:
Interested in reaching a broad range of professionals working in urogynecology? Conduct a survey of the AUGS membership! Requests must be submitted by June 30 for distribution at PFD Week.
In July 2014, AUGS and SGS announced the formation of a partnership as it relates to the Fellows Pelvic Research Network (FPRN®). AUGS is excited to be participating with SGS on this very successful program for FPMRS Fellows. The purpose of the FPRN is to enable fellows to work together cooperatively and conduct multi-center pelvic floor research projects.
AUGS, with the support of the PFD Research Foundation is supporting a multi-center research network for AUGS junior faculty members. In its inaugural year, the Junior Faculty Research Network (JFRN) will conduct a study focused on neuromodulation.
The Pelvic Floor Disorders Registry (PFDR), the American Urogynecologic Society's (AUGS) national patient registry, is a multi-centered prospective cohort of patients undergoing treatment for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) to evaluate the effectiveness, quality of life and safety associated with both surgical therapy (transvaginal/transabdominal native tissue repair, transvaginal mesh repair and sacrocolpopexy) and non-surgical management (pessary). The PFDR is designed to collect both provider and patient reported outcomes through broad participation by physicians providing treatment for POP.
The PFD Research Foundation, formerly known as the AUGS Foundation, serves the medical profession by supporting promising, innovative research regarding the causes, prevention, cure and treatment of pelvic floor disorders. Learn about the research grants program and available grants.
In addition to the PFD Research Foundation Grants, there are many other outside funding opportunities for AUGS members.