Summer School on Innovative Approaches in Science
Tuesday June 07, 2022 09:00AM through Friday June 10, 2022 04:00PM
The American Society for Cellular and Computational Toxicology (ASCCT) is pleased to offer a travel award to sponsor one student attendee in the toxicology track of the 2022 Summer School on Innovative Approaches in Science. This award will give one student the opportunity to advance their knowledge of non-animal approaches in science. Those interested in applying for the ASCCT travel award should submit their materials to SummerSchool@pcrm.org.
Eligibility and Award Details:
This award is open to graduate students and post-doctoral trainees participating in the toxicology track of the Summer School
This award will cover travel expenses and accommodations for one person to attend the Summer School up to $1,000 USD, receipts will be required.
The awardee must:
Apply and be accepted into the Summer School on Innovative Approaches in Science (full details to apply to the summer school are available here),
Be conducting or display a strong interest in human-relevant science; research using or suggesting future use of animals is not eligible.
How to Apply:
Email the following information to SummerSchool@pcrm.org by April 15, 2022
A resume or CV
A brief personal statement describing your interests and/or experience using non-animal methods and technology and your career goals and how you envision the summer school will help you achieve them (max 500 words)
The poster abstract submitted to attend the Summer School on Innovative Approaches in Science, if applicable
For more information on the Summer School on Innovative Approaches in Science, including additional travel awards awards visit: https://www.ascctox.org/innovativescience2022.
The Summer School on Innovative Approaches in Science aims to speed up progress in ethical and effective scientific research by supporting a new generation of scientists who utilize and champion nonanimal methods for research and testing. To address the diverse needs of students and early-career researchers, the Summer School will offer two tracks – toxicology and biomedical science, featuring specific applications of current innovative non-animal methods. The program consists of scientific talks, career development workshops, poster presentations, laboratory tours and demonstrations, networking opportunities, and more. Please see the Summer School website for further information.