Daniel T. O’Connor Memorial Early Career Researcher Symposium Travel Awards
A special scientific session for early career researchers (within 10 years of obtention of doctoral degree, or in training for doctoral degree under exceptional circumstances) will be organized during this symposium in memory of Dr. Daniel T. O’Connor who was a pioneer scientist in the area of chromaffin cell biology and a strong and constant advocate for early career biomedical researchers.
Selected candidates will make presentations of their studies in the ISCCB-2024 conference. The award will consist of a certificate and cover expenses for attending the symposium, including economy class airfare, local travel, conference registration, hotel accommodation and meals.
Applications are invited from candidates working in the area of chromaffin cell biology or related areas.
The candidates should submit their abstract using the Symposium On-line Abstracts Submission Form.
The candidates should send their Bio sketch (up to 2 pages of NIH format) to: email@example.com; for Bio sketch template please click here