EMGS Student and New Investigator Travel Awards
Students and New Investigators are the future. EMGS strives to help students and postdoctoral level investigators to establish long-term relationships that will promote career development. The EMGS offers a limited number of Student and New Investigator Travel Awards to assist students and new investigators to attend and participate in the EMGS Annual Meeting. Applications for Travel Awards are solicited from graduate students and new investigators during the abstract submission process.
Students, postdocs and faculty are also eligible to apply for FASEB/MARC travel grants to attend the EMGS Annual Meeting. Students and New Investigators are the future of our Society. An EMGS priority is to foster the career development of students and postdoctoral level investigators, helping them establish the long-term collaborative relationships that will make EMGS their professional home. Therefore, the EMGS offers a limited number of Student and New Investigator Travel Awards to assist students and new investigators to attend and participate in the EMGS Annual Meeting.
Students and new investigators (doctoral degrees within the past five years) are eligible for Travel Awards, which provide partial support to attend the EMGS Annual Meeting. Travel awards are based primarily on merit. The applicant must be a member of EMGS prior to the award application deadline. Membership can be obtained at any time via the EMGS website.
A student from a developing country currently enrolled in a graduate degree program in the USA or Canada is eligible to receive the Alexander Hollaender Travel Award. The applicant must indicate their desire to be considered for this award during the submission of their application. Application requirements are the same as all travel awards.
- An abstract submitted to the current annual meeting.
- A letter of recommendation sent by the applicant’s current mentor/advisor sent to email@example.com or submit it online in the application form below. (Recommended elements for mentor letters.)
- A statement written by the applicant (250 words maximum) describing how the applicant expects to benefit from a travel award to attend the EMGS meeting.
- Applicant must be an EMGS member. Membership can be obtained at anytime via the EMGS website.
If your institution restricts the receipt of award monies, the most meritorious applications will still receive EMGS recognition without funding, when applicable.