Deadline extended to 9 May, 2022 for students and postdocs who may or may not be ICIS members, to apply for ILC4 Student/Postdoc Travel Awards. Up to 30 travel grants will be awarded to the top ranking student/postdoc 1st author abstract presentations for ILC4 abstract topics, sponsored by a grant from Sandler Asthma Basic Research Center (SABRE Center) at UCSF, USA. SUBMISSION IS THROUGH THE ONLINE ABSTRACT FORM.
Qualifying Students & Postdocs may apply for both ICIS Student/Postdoc Member Travel Awards (if they are members) and ILC4 Student/Postdoc Travel Awards (membership not required). Awards are merit or need based, they are not guaranteed, nor will more than one award be granted per individual.
Up to four (4) ICIS Student/Postdoc Members with the highest scoring abstracts as per the scientific review committee, will be awarded $1,250 each and will be invited to give an oral presentation or lightning talk at Cytokines 2022 Hybrid Meeting in Hawaii, recognized as a PfizerTrainee Presentation, in the most appropriate session based on topic. The Pfizer Junior Investigator Awards are merit awards and do not include travel or registration fees. Application is through the online Abstract Submission form.
These awards are sponsored by Pfizer in recognition of the next generation of cytokine & interferon researchers!
Seize your opportunity to network with current and future leaders in cytokine biology and the exciting new field of innate lymphoid cells. View the Preliminary Program to see where we have left most speaker slots to be picked from among the submitted abstracts, the Organizing Committees encourage you to submit your best work to this joint meeting. Even for abstracts not picked for oral or lightning talk presentation, the posters will be highly attended by top scientists and trainees from all over the world, so we’re anticipating a great experience for all the attendees. Hope to see you in Hawaii!!!