ACTRIMS Educational Travel Grants

A limited number of ACTRIMS Forum 2020 Educational Grants will be awarded to Young Investigators whose abstracts are accepted for a platform or poster presentation. Young Investigators include students, residents, postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty.

For junior faculty to qualify for a grant, residency or fellowship should have been completed in 2013 or later. If junior faculty do not meet this requirement and wish to be considered a Young Investigator, such requests will be handled on a case by case basis by the ACTRIMS Forum Scientific Program Committee.

Recipients will receive $600 USD and complimentary registration to the ACTRIMS Forum 2020.

ACTRIMS Young Investigator Awards

+ Best Young Investigator Posters

Prizes will be awarded for the two best poster presentations, determined by an ACTRIMS-appointed judging committee. Awardees will be announced during the Awards Presentation and celebrated during the Awards Reception immediately following the announcement.

+ Best Young Investigator Oral Presentation

One prize will be awarded for the best oral presentation given by a Young Investigator, determined by an ACTRIMS-appointed judging committee. Awardees will be announced during the Awards Presentation and celebrated during the Awards Reception immediately following the announcement.