The BASES Annual Grants exist to provide financial support to BASES members to support international conference attendance and the development of BASES expert statements. The grants support the following objectives of BASES - the promotion of research in sport and exercise sciences, the encouragement of evidence-based practice in sport and exercise sciences and the distribution of knowledge in sport and exercise sciences. BASES offers three annual grant schemes.
BASES Conference Grants
- assist researchers to present free communications at the BASES Conference.
BASES International Conference Grants
- assist researchers to present oral communications at international sport and exercise science-related scientific conferences.
BASES Expert Statement Grants
- assist the development of expert statements on broad topics, related to the application of scientific principles to sport and exercise science, about which there is interest, confusion, or controversy.
BASES Early-Career Practitioner and Researcher Grants
- assist early-career practitioners and researchers to develop their applied and research potential.aim to assist early-career practitioners and researchers to develop their applied and research potential.