Travel Grants by European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology
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Status: Student, Doctor, Resident

Specialty: Pediatrics, Pediatric endocrinology, Endocrinology

Program's type: Travel grant

Budget: -
Information: Travel grants are available for attendance of the annual congress if the applicant has submitted a high quality abstract. Delegates are not eligible to receive an ESPE travel grant if they have accepted any support from pharma companies toward travel and accommodation.
Speciality: paediatric, endocrinology.
Requirements: Travel grants are intended to support the participation of junior delegates such as fellows in training, post–docs and PhD students, younger than 40 years
Budget: travel grants - 500 EUR


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Information: The Early Career Scientific Development Award, previously known as the Visiting Scholarship, offers financial support to members of the Society or to their collaborators in the view of gathering information and experience on a specific research issue OR on a laboratory technique in the field of paediatric endocrinology. The aim of the award is to help recipients to overcome unforeseen obstacles which may arise in the course of a research project in a simple, quick and streamlined manner. These will be awarded every three months, with application deadlines of 31st January, 30th April, 31st July and 31st October.
Speciality: paediatric, endocrinology.
Requirements: Both ESPE members and non-members may apply but ESPE members will be given priority. Letter of acceptance from the Head of the Host Institution. Letter from one sponsor (who must be ESPE member)
Budget: 2500 $ grant for covering travel and housing expences working/studing in a program

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Society for the Study of Reproduction Support for Speakers at International Meetings
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Travel grant from Society for Endocrinology
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Information: The Society for Endocrinology is pleased to offer grants to members of the Society to assist with the registration, travel and accommodation costs to attend endocrine meetings in which members have an active involvement by acceptance of an abstract. Applications will be considered three times a year. The deadlines for receipt of applications are 15 March, 15 August and 15 December and we aim to notify you of our decision within 3 weeks of each deadline. Applications received after these dates will not be considered until the next due date. Please note that grants cannot be awarded retrospectively. Members are encouraged to apply early for travel grants as funds are limited. As such, grants will be awarded on a first–come–first–served basis.
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Budget: travel grants up to the value of 500 (up to 600 for an
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Practical Skills Grant
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The International Association of Endocrine Surgeons travel awards
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Information: Presenting Authors of free papers who are residents in training, fellows, or students will be eligible for one of the 10 travel scholarships offered by the International Association of Endocrine Surgeons IAES based on the rank of their submitted IAES abstract.
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