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The Changing Face of Travel Medicine: Anticipating its Global Impact
The ISTM will offer a limited number of registration grants to individuals working in the field of travel medicine who are either young investigators or are from resource-poor or resource-limited countries and wish to present research or a clinical abstract at the CISTM17.
The ISTM offers a limited number of travel awards to individuals from resource-poor countries (World Bank classification as Low or Low-Middle) working in the field of travel medicine who have an accepted abstract for presentation at the CISTM. The number and amount of the awards will be contingent on the availability of funds. Awardees may receive no other grant or subsidy from outside their own employer or institution. To find out if your Country is eligible, click here.
- Awardees may receive no other grant or subsidy from outside their own employer or institution
- Preference will be given to applicants from countries/areas other than Australia, Canada, Western Europe, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and the United States of America.
- Awards will be based on the strength and relevance of the abstract and financial need.
Abstract submissions for the Susan L. Stokes Travel Award are due 17 January 2021.
- Candidates must be age 30 or under. This award is not for established senior scientists or practitioners.
- First author on an abstract accepted for presentation at CISTM17
Abstract submssions for the Young Investigator Award must be submitte by 17 January 2021.