2024 Call for Grants - LOIs now open!
Stage 1 of the CSRS Call for Grants is open now through February 28, 2024.
With $330,000 to award to the top proposals, check out the CSRS grants webpage for more information on grant categories and what information is needed for an application.
Save The Date- Annual Meeting 2024 Call for Abstracts Opening Soon!
Annual Meeting 2024 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago, Call For Abstracts opens March 6- April 24, 2024
More Information Coming Soon!
View New CSRS YouTube Channel Posts
A new Cadaveric Surgical Techniques video was recently added to the CSRS YouTube channel. Check out Dr. Rick Sasso’s demonstration on Posterior C1-2 Instrumentation. He demonstrates posterior cervical anatomy, landmarks and techniques that will provide the necessary knowledge to safely place C1 lateral mass and C2 pedicle, pars, and laminar screws to avoid injuries to the vertebral arteries, carotid arteries and nerves.
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News and Events
Congratulations to the 2023 Top Abstract Award Winners!
Publish Date: Thursday, November 16th, 2023
Congratulation to 2023 Annual Meeting Scholarship Recipients!
Publish Date: Monday, October 2nd, 2023
Now Accepting CSRS Vice-President Nominations
Publish Date: Tuesday, August 1st, 2023
2023 Research Grant Recipients
Publish Date: Wednesday, July 26th, 2023
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CSRS 21st Century Research and Education Fund
The 21st Century fund provides research grant funding to be distributed among selected grant proposals.
Henry Bohlman Education Endowment Fund
Henry H. Bohlman, MD was a pioneer of modern cervical spine surgery and a founding member of CSRS. He served as CSRS President in 1989. The Bohlman Endowment fund was established to honor his memory and to support the annual meeting Presidential Guest Lectureship.
Augustus White Endowment Fund
The goal of this trust is to provide funding such to provide further direction and guidance to future spine surgeons, therefore, providing less resistance on their pathway to improving spinal care. CSRS will match donations made to the fund through December 1, 2024.