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2003 Fellows and New Investigators Workshop on HIV-(Concurrent with 2003 Keystone Symposia, Twenty Years of HIV Research and HIV Vaccine Development) (P1)


Organizer(s) Opendra K. Sharma and Patricia A. Baron
March 28—April 4, 2003
Fairmont Banff Springs • Banff, AB Canada
Abstract Deadline: Dec 31, 2002
Late Abstract Deadline:
Scholarship Deadline:
Early Registration Deadline: Jan 29, 2003

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/National Institutes of Health

Summary of Meeting:
The workshop will provide opportunities for postdoctoral fellows/trainees and new investigators to network with leading HIV/AIDS researchers and to promote collaborations between investigators using innovative and novel approaches to basic biological research, clinical/epidemiological research, and research on HIV vaccines and microbicides.

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Scholarships/Awards


Scholarship / Award Information



Scholarships

Keystone Symposia is offering scholarships of up to 1,200 USD to Students and Postdoctoral fellows. These scholarships are to be used to help defray the expenses associated with conference attendance, including airfare (restrictions may apply based on funding source), ground transportation, lodging costs, and a portion of meeting registration. Receipts will be required to receive reimbursement.

Abstracts submitted for poster presentation will be used as the basis for awarding the scholarships. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on the quality of science of the abstract and the relevance of the abstract to the conference topic. Only one application per abstract is accepted. Only one award per lab will be allocated.


Eligibility


To be eligible for a scholarship, you must be:

A graduate student or postdoctoral fellow currently enrolled in an academic institute at the start of the meeting for which you are applying. Note: a graduate student is defined as a student who is studying for a higher degree at an academic institution. A postdoctoral fellow is defined as an individual with a Ph.D., M.D., or DVM degree who is engaged in a temporary period of mentored research and/or scholarly training for the purpose of acquiring the professional skills needed to pursue their desired career path, and is within 6 years of these degrees.


Review Criteria


Criteria for Abstract Review:

  1. Relevance to the meeting topic
  2. Significance of the scientific question and results
  3. Style
    • Organization (e.g. the abstract has a clear beginning, middle and end)
    • Grammar and spelling
  4. Clarity of scientific presentations
    • Clear question or hypothesis
    • Sufficient background
    • The experimental approach and rationale for the approach are clear
    • The results are clearly presented
    • The interpretation and conclusions are reasonable and logical

Application Process


If you are eligible and wish to be considered for a scholarship, you should complete all of the following by the scholarship deadline for the meeting you wish to attend. It is recommended you begin these steps in advance of the deadline date to ensure completion.

Click here to start a scholarship application.

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Underrepresented Trainee Scholarships are also available...
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If you have any questions, please contact scholarships@keystonesymposia.org.