Travel bursaries

Travel bursaries and conference grants

1) INSTEM & EUROTOX TRAVEL BURSARIES 

Instem (of which Perceptive Instruments is now part) will be awarding two travel bursaries of 500 Euro each.

In addition, EUROTOX is also supporting ICAW 2019 by awarding two travel bursaries of 500 Euro each.It is EUROTOX's mission to support and fostering the science and education of toxicology. 

Eligibility criteria: 
- Scientist from any country
- Limited to students and early-career researchers (within 5 years of completing their PhD)

How apply? - Deadline 25th of March
Selections will be made based on the abstract and a short motivation letter (max. 100 words). Abstracts need to be submitted online and follow the rules of ICAW. Motivation letter, referring to the submitted abstract, needs to be sent to icawmeetings@gmail.com (mentioning INSTEM/EUROTOX Travel Bursary in the subject). 

 

2) EEMGS TRAVEL BURSARIES 

Two EEMGS Early Career Travel Grants (400 EURO each) are available to assist early career EEMGS members to attend ICAW. Applicants should in general be 35 years or younger at the time of the meeting. Exception may be made by the EEMGS board if specific reasons are stated in the applications.

How apply? - Deadline 25th of March
Selections will be made based on the abstract and a short motivation letter (max. 100 words). Abstracts need to be submitted online and follow the rules of ICAW. Motivation letter, referring to the submitted abstract, needs to be sent to icawmeetings@gmail.com (mentioning EEMGS Travel Bursary in the subject). 

 

3) ITC AND ECI CONFERENCE GRANTS

hCOMET has funds available specifically to support attendance at conferences, such as ICAW. 

Who is eligible?
'Any PhD student or an Early Career Investigator (ECI)* and is affiliated with an institution located in an ITC country participating in the Action can submit an application request for an ITC Conference Grant. The applicant must be engaged in an official research program as a PhD Student or postdoctoral fellow.'
*A researcher in the time span of up to 8 years after the date of obtaining the PhD/doctorate (full-time equivalent). 

ITC (Inclusiveness target countries) are:
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Turkey. 
ECI is defined as a researcher whose career spans less than 8 years between the date of the PhD/doctorate (or similar experience) and the date of involvement in the COST Action. Periods of career leave must be added to this time span.  
You must be giving a talk or presenting a poster at the conference. The conference location is not limited to Europe (though European conferences are generally preferred by COST).

How to apply?
Please check the hCOMET-COST website for detailed instructions.

 

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