Student and New Investigators
Welcome Reception and Student and New Investigator Poster Session
The Welcome Reception and Student and New Investigator Poster Session will be held Saturday, October 23, beginning at 4:30 PM. All students and new investigators presenting during the meeting should put their posters on display. This session highlights the research of student and new investigator attendees and provides an additional opportunity to present and discuss their research, in addition to the full poster sessions.
Student and New Investigator Free Brunch
All students and new investigators are invited to attend a Career Development Brunch hosted by the Education, Student and New Investigator Affairs Committee. The Brunch will be held on Monday, October 25 from 1:00 PM–2:00 PM. This event is only open to student and new investigator registrants. Advance registration will be required.
2010 EMS Student Education Award
Student and New Investigator Travel Awards
Student and New Investigator Presentation Awards
FASEB MARC Awards
Free Day for Local Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Rather than register and attend the entire conference, local undergraduate or graduate students may attend free of charge for one day. Free admission will include the all scientific sessions scheduled for the day. Application should be made in advance, through the EMS Headquarters. Applications should include a letter from the relevant Department Chair confirming the applicant’s status as a student in good standing.
Student Room Block
Roommate Matching Service
In an effort to reduce the cost of the 2010 EMS meeting, EMS is again providing a roommate matching service. If you are interested in sharing room costs, please completed the Roommate Matching Form. Please note that this is only a matching service. Matched roommates will still be responsible for making their own hotel reservations!
The Environmental Mutagen Society will handle communication between people wishing to participate in the room sharing program. Please note that it is the responsibility of each participant in the program to make their room reservation, communicate with and to work out an agreement with a potential room sharer. The Environmental Mutagen Society's role is strictly limited to the maintenance of the list of registrants who have signified interest in the program. The Society will maintain the list but does not (a) screen participants, (b) make any determination as to the appropriateness of any resulting room share, or (c) guarantee a resulting room share.