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Monday September 02, 2019
Abstract submissions for the ASI Annual Scientific Meeting have been extended until 6th September 2019, so we’d like to remind you of the fantastic ASI Meeting Awards, Subsidies and Travel Bursaries currently on offer.
Applications for all Annual Meeting Awards also close 6th September 2019.
Why is it so great to be an ASI member?
- Last year we DOUBLED our Travel Bursary total funding to AUD 40 000 this year, so your chances of success are:
~1 in 2 if you are a Postgraduate Student
~2 in 3 if you are a Postdoctorate Investigator
- Following the success of last year, we will offer childcare facilities on site again this year. Costs are partially subsidised by ASI. We are committed to equity, diversity and inclusion, and encourage you to bring your families to explore Adelaide with you.
- Last year we INCREASED the value of our Womens Initiative Travel Awards to AUD 1000 so be quick as there are a limited number on offer!
Don't delay! These are even greater reasons to submit your abstract.
Please scroll down for more.
ASI New Investigator Award sponsored by Pfizer
To reward the best presentation by a new investigator selected to speak in the New Investigators Symposium at the ASI Annual Scientific Meeting. This Symposium is sponsored by Pfizer.
BD Science Communication Award
To foster clear communication of exciting science to the media and the public.
Graham Jackson Memorial Prize
Professor Graham Jackson is considered one of the pioneers in mucosal immunology in Australia.
In his memory, the Mucosal Immunology SIG rewards the best oral presentation by a researcher in the area of Mucosal Immunology, presented at the ASI SIG Workshop or the ASI Mucosal Immunology Symposium.
Student Poster Awards: ICB, CTI AND ASI
To reward the best student posters at the ASI Annual Scientific Meeting.
Travel Bursaries: ASI and Pharmaxis-ASI
To enable Postgraduate Students, Research Assistants, and Postdoctoral ASI members to attend the ASI Annual Scientific Meeting.
Women's Initiative Travel Awards
To facilitate women with parental responsibilities to attend the ASI Annual Scientific Meeting. These awards are intended to support women who are the primary carer of one or more children of primary school age or younger, by contributing to the costs associated with childcare while the recipient is attending the conference. This award aims to assist talented ASI researchers to disseminate their findings and build career connections at a conference they might have otherwise found difficult to attend.