We anticipate that limited funds will be available for partial travel support for junior investigators who are either in training for a Ph.D. or M.D. degree or have received their degrees within the past 3 years.
Applicants should submit the completed application for travel support in order to be considered for a travel award.
Junior Investigator Award winners at the 2017 Tumor Microenvironment Workshop
held in Miami, Fl, April 27-29, 2017. Shown from left to right are:
Jennifer Lee, NCI/NIH, USA
Ane Iversen, Aarhus University, Denmark
Beom-Ju Hong, Pohang University of Science, South Korea
Natalie Firmino, BC Cancer Research Centre, Canada
Samantha Dykes, University of Florida, USA
Dan Cojocari, Princess Margaret Hospital, Canada
Veronica Hughes, University of Florida, USA
Dietmar Siemann, University of Florida, USA (Chair of Organizing Committee)
Rakesh Bam, Stanford University, USA
Anette Hauge, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
Applicants should be the presenting author on an abstract submission that is accepted for presentation at the meeting.
Please note that the number of travel awards and their value will be dependent on the availability of funds for this purpose.
Click here to complete the application for the 2017 Jr. Investigator Travel Award. You must be registered for the meeting and be the presenting author on an accepted abstract in order to be eligible for award travel support.
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