FASEB Diversity Resources Program has announced the travel award recipients for The Protein Society 33rd Annual Symposium to be held in Seattle, Washington, June 30-July 3, 2019. These awards are meant to encourage participation and promote the entry of trainees and early-career scientists into the mainstream of the basic sciences community. This year FASEB Diversity Resources Program conferred 4 awards totaling $4,000.
The FASEB Diversity Resources for Enrichment, Access and Mentoring (DREAM) activities (supported by an IPERT grant) focus on skill development courses/workshops, structured mentoring activities and outreach programs which are designed to help create a highly skilled and diverse biomedical research workforce from all groups. The FASEB Diversity Resources Program is funded by grants from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health. [R25-GM116706 (IPERT), T36-GM008637 (MARC)].
The following participants have been selected to receive a FASEB DREAM Travel Award:
Nicolas Bax, Stanford University School of Medicine
Valeriu Bortnov, University of Wisconsin-Madison [TPS member]
Michael Lucas, University of Texas at Austin
Derion Reid, Northeastern University