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Travel Awards at Vascular Biology 2019

Travel Awards at Vascular Biology 2019

Congratulations to our 2019 Travel Award Recipients:

Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop:
Redouane Aherrahrou, University of Virginia
Caitlin J. Bowen, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Emily E. Bramel, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Matthew R. Detter, Duke University
Kaveeta Kaw, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Callie Kwartler, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Aarren Mannion, Karolinnski Institute
Jan-Renier Moonen, Stanford University
Jiayu Zhu, University of Chicago

Vascular Biology:
Aisah Aubdool, Queen Mary University of London
Rebecca Bolton, University College London
Kevin Boyé, Yale University

Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics:
Xiaowu Gu, University of Texas Southwestern Medicine Center
Seon Pyo Hong, Institute for Basic Science
Hyun Min Jung, NICHD/NIH
Dionna M. Kasper, Yale University School of Medicine
Dan Li, Stanford University School of Medicine
Bria Macklin, Johns Hopkins University
Cara Rada, University of California, San Diego
Brian C. Raftrey, Stanford University

The Microcirculatory Society Travel Awards:
Anthony Arena, University of Illinois Chicago
Catherine Kim, Yale University

 


Trainee Poster Awards at Vascular Biology 2019

Congratulations to our 2019 Trainee Poster Award Recipients:

Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop:
Mabruka Alfaidi, LSU Health Sciences Center -  Shreveport
Alex Khang, The University of Texas at Austin
Ryan von Kleeck, University of Pennsylvania
Ting Zhou, University of Wisconsin Madison

Vascular Biology:
Jami Gurley, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences
Hannah Savage, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics:
Denver Britto, The University of Auckland
Siqi Gao, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
De Yu Mao, University of Illinois at Chicago
David Marciano, Stanford University School of Medicine

 


Travel and Poster Awards at Vascular Biology 2019

Since the abstract submission deadline has been extended to August 12, deadline for application for travel awards has also been extended to August 12

 

MCS2019

 

Microcirculatory Society Travel Awards


MCS will present up to 2 Travel Awards valued at $500 each at Vascular Biology. In order to be eligible for the award you must:

  • Be a MCS member
  • Be a postdoc, graduate student, medical student or equivalent
  • Submit an abstract to Vascular Biology
  • Indicate that you would like to be considered for the award (check box within the abstract submission form)
  • Register for the meeting by September 1

Awards will be announced prior to the meeting and will be presented at the Opening Session (Sunday, October 27 at 7:00pm). 

 

SFA

 

 

French Society of Angiogenesis

SFA will present two travel awards - one to a Postdoc and one to a PhD Student/Candidate.  SFA will provide these individuals with travel support to the meeting and the registration fee will be waived.

  • Be a member of the SFA
  • Be a postdoc or a PhD student/candidate
  • Submit an abstract to Vascular Biology
  • Send your CV and a letter of motivation should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Indicate that you would like to be considered for the award (check box within the abstract submission form)
  • Register for the meeting by September 1

 

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Poster Awards at Vascular Biology 2019 

ACS Publications will provide two poster awards, one to a graduate student and one to a postdoctoral fellow.  These two awards will be judged and selected within the NAVBO Outstanding Poster Awards.

 

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Travel Awards to the Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop and
the Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop

NAVBO will present up to sixteen Travel Awards

Travel Awards will be based on submitted abstracts. See abstract guidelines for more information.

Criteria:

  • You must be a trainee member of NAVBO (your CV is required during the membership application process)
  • You must submit an abstract to Vascular Biology 2019
  • You must indicate on the abstract submission form that you want to be considered for the NAVBO Travel Award
  • Only students (medical, graduate and undergraduate), post doctoral fellows and the equivalent are eligible.  You must still be in this position at the time of the meeting (October 2018)

NAVBO will also sponsor a poster competition for trainees.  Travel Award recipients will not be eligible for poster awards.

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(See page 3, section 4)