Eligible Scientific Meetings and Conferences

The goal of the FASEB Diversity Resources Program is to support educational activities that complement and/or enhance the training of a workforce to meet the nation’s biomedical, behavioral and clinical research needs.  Therefore, participant selection will take into consideration whether an individual’s participation would help achieve the overall goals and objectives of the FASEB Diversity Resources Program. For more information, please see NIH's Diversity Statement: Notice of NIH's Interest in Diversity" (NOT-OD-18-210).

Poster Presenter at EB2007 Dr. Steve Anderson (U of Colorado HSC) and SROP Student Martin Rosario at EB2011

The funding amounts for the FASEB Diversity Resources travel awards for FASEB Society-sponsored scientific meetings will be stated in the official award confirmation letters. Please note: Not all of the meetings listed are eligible for FASEB Diversity Resources Travel Award funding.

Complete FASEB Diversity Resources Program travel award applications (including forms, supporting documentation, support letters, etc.) must be received in the FASEB Diversity Resources Program office located in Bethesda, Maryland no later than 5:00 PM (ET) on the travel award application receipt deadline dates listed on the travel award application form. Incomplete, late, and applications with missing documents or informatione will be declined upon receipt. Find travel award application forms here.

United States Meetings

International Meetings 

Travel awards are no longer available for international meetings. Please note: Meetings held in Mexico are international meetings; however, following the National Institutes of Health travel policy for meetings held in Canada, an exception is made for meetings held in Canada, which now fall under NIH domestic travel guidelines.)

We are not allowed to provide travel awards for undergraduate students or post-baccalaureates to attend/participate in meetings held outside of the USA.

Last Updated: 09/05/18


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