Comparative & Veterinary SS Student Travel Award
Deadline: December 30
CVSS is dedicated to supporting research in the area of in vivo
toxicology. This area of investigation includes, among others, veterinary, comparative, nutritional, environmental, and medical disciplines, and explores whole animal or other integrated system responses, as well as the development of animal models. Preference will be given to those submissions that support the mission of CVSS.
First ($500) and second ($300) prizes, each including an award plaque, will be based on the best posters. Any current graduate student whose abstract has been accepted by SOT for presentation at the SOT Annual Meeting may apply by submitting the following by December 30th, of the year prior to the SOT Annual Meeting at which the presentation will be made:
1) a copy of the abstract
2) a brief discussion of the significance of the findings
3) a letter of support from their major advisor describing the role of the student in the study.
First and second place winners will be notified prior to the Annual Meeting. Electronic submission (Powerpoint file preferred but other standard formats acceptable) of the full poster will be required by February 28 before the SOT Annual Meeting. First and second place winners will be notified prior to the Annual Meeting. Presentation of the monetary awards and plaques will be made at the CVSS business meeting/reception.
For questions and submissions, please contact Sabitha Papineni
Award Group: SOT