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Types of Mentored Travel Awards Available

Mentored travel/meeting registration awards are processed as reimbursements to the award recipients. In most instances, an award recipient will be required to pay his/her meeting- and travel-related expenses first, and then request reimbursement from the FASEB Diversity Resources Program Office after completion of the meeting/conference. Please be sure to review Eligibility and Requirements before applying.

Mentored Poster/Platform (Oral) Presenter Travel Award

Each award provides funding for one underrepresented PhD-graduate/undergraduate student or postdoctoral fellow who is 1st author (first person listed on the abstract; co-first-authors are not considered) and has been selected to give an oral or poster presentation at one of the selected national meetings or conferences. (See listing of eligible meetings/conferences.)

Mentored Meeting Registration Only Award for Students/Postdoctoral Fellows - Poster/Platform (Oral) Presenter

Each award provides funding for one local area*, full-time underrepresented PhD/graduate/medical/undergraduate student or postdoctoral/clinical fellow who is 1st author (first person listed on the abstract; co-first-authors are not considered) and has been selected to give an oral or poster presentation at one of the selected national meetings or conferences. Eligible local area, full-time students and fellows enrolled at USA accredited institutions are eligible to apply for this award. The amount eligible for reimbursement consideration will be the equivalent amount of the early/advance registration fee in the appropriate registrant category (e.g., student, postdoctoral fellow, member, nonmember, etc.). Original receipts submitted at the onsite meeting registration fee rates will be reimbursed at the early/advance registration fee rates.

* Local area is defined as "residing within a 50-mile radius of the meeting/conference venue/location".

 


Last Updated: 08/02/17

The FASEB Diversity Resources Program is funded by grants from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health.  [T36-GM008637 and R25-GM116706]