ASN * American Society for Neurochemistry
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ASN2014YIEE

2014 Young Investigator 

Travel Award Winners

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2014 ASN NEURO

Award Winner - Kelly Langert

Award presented by

Monica Carson, PhD, ASN NEURO Editor-in-Chief 

 

Young Investigator Travel Awards
The American Society for Neurochemistry provides a limited number of travel grants to attend the Annual Meeting.
 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Graduate students in the final year of study for the PhD degree or postdoctoral scientists who received their PhD or MD degree within the last six years, as of March 1 of the year for which they apply for the award.
  • Applicants must reside in the Western Hemisphere, which according to ASN's Standing Rules is defined as Canada, North America, Central America, South America, US Possessions and the Caribbean. Applicants need not be members of the ASN (Applicants from Latin America should apply also for the Young Latin American Scholar’s Award).
  • Applicants must be first (presenting) author of a submitted abstract.
  • Applicants may not have received a YIEE Award from ASN previously.
  • No more than two applicants from any laboratory may apply.
  • The funds available for awards are determined annually by the Treasurer of the ASN

MEETING EXPECTATIONS:

  • Travel award recipients are expected to attend the entire meeting. 
  • Award winners will be formally presented to the Society at both the opening symposium and the business meeting. 

TO APPLY:

Step One:  After you submit your abstract, you will have access to the online application system. The travel award application can be found in the "submission dropdown menu". 

Step Two:  The online system will collect general information and request that you upload, in PDF format, the following documents:

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  1. A cover letter containing a statement about your career goals, how attending the ASN meeting will support these career goals and a justification of your financial need in attending the meeting. 
  2. A signed letter of support from your dissertation supervisor or research director confirming your financial need.
  3. A full curriculum vitae. (Sample CV)
  4. High quality image (BioLegend Award applicants only - see details below)

Step Three:  Submit online and then view the accuracy of your application. You will be able to edit it until the application process closes. 

ASN Neuro

Travel Award

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YIAC Travel Award

To be considered for this award, applicants should submit your YIEE Travel Award application and include in your application letter stating how this special award will further your scientific career.

If there are any questions about the application process, please send an email to:  ASNYIEE@asneurochem.org

DEADLINE FOR ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS IS NOVEMBER 30, 2016.

The BioLegend-YIAC Travel Award recognizes young investigators who have successfully utilized antibody-based techniques in their research.

To be considered for this award, applicants should submit to YIEE, and also include a high quality image/figure, along with a brief paragraph about the project, and how it was obtained.

Utilizing Biolegend products/antibodies in the research is preferred, but not required for the award.

DEADLINE FOR ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS IS NOVEMBER 30, 2016.

 

 

THE 2016 RECIPIENTS OF THE YOUNG INVESTIGATOR EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT  TRAVEL AWARDS ARE:

BhowmickSaurav

Saurav Bhowmick

University of Alaska Fairbanks

CardonaSandra

Sandra Cardona

The University of Texas at San Antonio

LorenziniIleana

Ileana Lorenzini

Barrow Neurological Institute

MeyerLogan

Logan Meyer

Virginia Commonwealth University

MonavarfeshaniAboozar

Aboozar Monavarfeshani

Virginia Tech

PatelDipan

Dipan Patel

University of Utah

PetersonTodd

Todd Peterson

Stanford University

RozesVictoria

Victoria Rozés Salvador

INIMEC-CONICET-UNC, Argentina

SathyanesanAaron

Aaron Sathyanesan

Children's National Medical Center

StoutRandy

Randy Stout

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

WheelerNatalie

Natalie Wheeler

Virginia Commonwealth University