Accelerating the Implementation of Mass Spectrometry in the Clinical Lab

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MSACL 2019 US

Palm Springs: Mar 31 - Apr 4

Educational Travel Grants

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UNITED STATES 2019

Help Us Reach Our Educational Support Goal of $40,000
Educational Travel Grants supported in part by:
Brian Kelly, Amadeo Pesce, Danyel Tacker
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Educational Travel Grant Information

MSACL's mission is educational advancement in the area of clinical mass spectrometry. The Educational Travel Grant program is intended to advance this directive.


MSACL 2019 US

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED
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Educational Travel Grants support the conference attendance of non-commercial individuals who are generally early in their career and (1) have a strong potential for meaningful contribution, as determined by their submitted abstract and Grant application, or (2) are on track to lead a clinical laboratory and are interested in learning more about the pros and cons of mass spectrometry versus conventional methodologies.

Reimbursement is by PAYPAL Only.
If you are not able to accept reimbursement by PAYPAL, please do not apply.

Application Submission Deadline

Nov 14, 2018

Abstract (if required) Submission Deadline

Nov 14, 2018

Notification

Jan 24, 2019


1. Young Investigator Travel Grant

Abstract Submission Required by Nov 14, 2018 -- FOR POSTER OR PODIUM.

This grant is for non-commercial individuals submitting abstracts on clinical mass spectrometry for either oral or poster presentations. Grants are targeted for the support of MD/residents/fellows, PhD students, post-docs, and young faculty members (fewer than 4 years since appointment).

This grant may cover:

  • Up to 75 USD per night for hotel costs for up to

    5 nights

    within the days of Saturday to Thursday (departure on Friday),
  • Short Course Registration (includes some meals and coffee breaks), AND/OR
  • Conference Registration (includes some meals and coffee breaks).

This grant DOES NOT cover:

  • Airfare.


2. Trainee Travel Grant

Abstract Submission NOT Required.

This grant is for non-commercial MD/Residents/Fellows, PhD students, Post-docs and young faculty members (fewer than 4 years since appointment) who are in training to direct a clinical Lab and are interested in acquiring a greater understanding of the value of mass spectrometry as a tool for use in the clinical laboratory setting.

This grant may cover:

  • Up to 75 USD per night for hotel costs for up to

    5 nights

    within the days of Saturday to Thursday (departure on Friday),
  • Short Course Registration (includes some meals and coffee breaks), AND/OR
  • Conference Registration (includes some meals and coffee breaks).

This grant DOES NOT cover:

  • Airfare.


3. Lab Director Travel Grant

Abstract Submission NOT Required.

This grant is for non-commercial Clinical Lab Directors who are aiming to get a better understanding of what mass spectrometry can do for their lab. The grant is targeted to those Lab Directors who have had minimal mass spec exposure, but all may apply.

This grant may cover:

  • Up to 150 USD per night for hotel costs for up to

    5 nights

    within the days of Saturday to Thursday (departure on Friday),
  • Short Course Registration (includes some meals and coffee breaks), AND/OR
  • Conference Registration (includes some meals and coffee breaks).

This grant DOES NOT cover:

  • Airfare.


Grant Requirements

Obligations of Grantees:

  • Attend a Short Course, to the best of your ability
  • Attend the conference through Thursday, or to the best of your ability.
  • Get to know the exhibitors and other attendees. They are here because you are here. And they want to meet you.

Application Process

Reimbursement is by PAYPAL Only.
If you are not able to accept reimbursement by PAYPAL, please do not apply.

MSACL 2019 US

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED
Submit Application

Grant status notifications will be sent by, or near, Jan 24, 2019 via email.