Submissions must be received by March 1, 2012.
Successful applicants will be informed shortly thereafter
The Serotonin Club will make a limited number of travel awards available to pre- and post-doctoral students and junior researchers, not more than three years past their post-doctoral training, who are authoring communications to the Montpellier meeting.
The size of the award is not yet finalized but will, as always, cover the cost of registration and will, subject to funds available, also try to assist with travel and accommodation costs. A grant application to support travel fellows has been submitted to NIH by Dr. Lynette Daws to support at least 10 awardees. Awardees will be provided a mentor to meet with them during the meeting.
The awards will be decided by the organizing committees. The applications should be related to one of the accepted symposia, as the travel awardee will be the fourth speaker in the symposia (as well as a poster presenter).
Selection of Travel Awardees will be based on:
The quality of submitted abstract: The abstract must be of high scientific rigor, present novel, previously unpublished data and fit within the general theme of the 10 programmed symposia.
Curriculum vitae: The applicant’s curriculum vitae must demonstrate a track record of scientific excellence and productivity, commensurate with the career stage of the applicant.
Letter of support from the Chair or Head of Department: This letter must document that the applicant is in good academic standing.
Please submit all applications to Shatich Livingstone (email@example.com).
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.