ASRI awards travel grants to support trainees attending the Annual Meeting. Priority is given to abstracts selected for oral presentation.
ASRI 2023 Travel Grant Awardees
Enitome Bafor, National Cancer Institute
Yuekun Chen, Hyogo Medical University, Japan
Vilde Kaldhusdal, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Madeleine Lepard, McMaster University, Canada
Olivia Palmer, Dartmouth College
Lipika Patra, Rajiv Ghandi Centre for Biotechnology, India
Arnold Salazar, Baylor College of Medicine
Sudeshna Tripathy, Oregon National Primate Research Center
Russell Urie, University of Michigan
Tao Zhang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
ASRI 2023 Latin American Travel Grant Awardees
Tania Herrera, Centro de Investigación Médica Pacífica Salud-INDICASAT AIP, Panama
Maria Sol Martinez, Centro de Investigaciones en Bioquímica Clínica e Inmunología (CIBICI)-CONICET, Argentina
A minimum of ten (10) awards in the amount of $500 each will be given annually. Additional awards may be given, dependent upon available funding and/or sponsorship.
Attendees from less economically developed countries (LEDC) may request financial assistance to cover the registration fee by emailing email@example.com. LEDC Scholarships are limited and priority is given to selected Oral presenters.
How to Apply
Award Notifications will be sent out by March 15
Required Application Materials
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2022 Travel Grant Awardees
In lieu of travel grants, the 2021 Virtual Meeting awarded 2 LEDC members scholarships to cover registration fees for the online meeting. The awardees were Lara Aleta (Univ. Philippines) and Rubina Bunjun (Univ. Cape Town).
2019 Travel Grant Awardees
Puja Bagri, Rebecca Casazza, Qian Chen, Cyntia Duval, Alison Eastman, Ruth Guzman-Genuino, Meredith Kelleher, Nhung Le, Lea Lentz
2018 Travel Grant Awardees
Paulomi Aldo, Shi Bing Cheng, Jose Murrieta Coxca, Yazan Dabbour, Boris Dons’ko, Sivanjah Indumathy, Jun Lei, Xin-Hua Lin, Dana Pueschl, Raj Raghupathy, Mohan Raut, Larisa Vladimirovna Volkova