Women in Cancer Research Scholar Awards American Association for Cancer Research
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Status: Student, Doctor, Resident

Specialty: Oncology, Medical oncology, Neuro-oncology, Radiation oncology, Pediatric oncology, Gynecological oncology.

Program's type: Travel grant

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Information: AACR-WICR Scholar Awards are awarded to members of Women in Cancer Research who are scientists-in-training and presenters of meritorious scientific papers at AACR Annual Meetings. An application is required.
Speciality: oncology, medical science
Requirements: Candidates must be members of Women in Cancer Research (WICR).
Candidates must be full-time scientists-in-training who are graduate students, medical students, residents, clinical fellows or equivalent, or postdoctoral fellows.
Candidates must be first authors on abstracts submitted for consideration for presentation at the AACR Annual Meeting.
Candidates may be traveling from within the United States or abroad. There are no citizenship or residency requirements.
Budget: grant $1,500 to $2,000


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