Limited number of travel scholarships are available for Young investigators to attend and present their works in the symposium. Up to $1000 for national and $1400 for international applicants will be awarded by the GI Circadian rhythm symposium, supported by NIH-R13. Awards will be made to deserving young investigators to cover travel expenses, registration fees and a 2 night local hotel stay. Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply for travel scholarship, and will be given high priority for the scholarship. Since these awards are intended to support travel costs, local scholarship awardees will receive waived registration fee awards.
- Submit an abstract. All applicants need to be prepared to attend the symposium for the entire course, and present their work.
- Submit a 200-word letter, or less, describing their research area, and career goals.
The deadline for travel scholarship is Feb 1-2016. The submission material should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org