ISA2015 offers a prominent stage to young scientists involved in clinical, translational and basic research and clinical trials. You may present to a global audience and discuss your work with students and key opinion leaders. Dedicated sessions are scheduled for young scientists, such as the X-Change sessions, Rapid Fire Arenas and the I-Poster area.
The aim of the IAS travel grants for Early Career Clinician Researchers is to stimulate the participation of the most talented young international clinical researchers in the dynamic platform for clinical innovation in atherosclerosis offered at ISA2015.
Nomination and selection of awardees will be made on the basis of quality of the submitted abstract and a motivational letter. Additional circumstances (for instance, people coming from low-income countries) may be taken into account in the final decision. The submissions will be reviewed by the IAS Education Committee and ISA2015 Program Committee.
In order to apply for the IAS Early Career Travel Grant, you:
Please note the deadline for applications has passed.
For any queries, please contact us at [email protected].
How to use your Early Career Clinician Researcher’s Travel Award?
The Asia-Pacific Federation of the International Atherosclerosis Society provides travel grants for early career investigators from institutes in the Asia-Pacific region, who will attend and deliver presentations at the 17th International Symposium on Atherosclerosis in Amsterdam (ISA 2015).
For more information and the submission form, please visit: http://www.j-athero.org/en/
Progression and prevention of atherosclerosis and a translation to relevance.