In our commitment to supporting students, trainees and early-career scientists and broadening participation in neuroscience to those from backgrounds underrepresented in our field, we have worked with our partners to offer travel fellowships to attend #LEARNMEM2023. Travel awards are possible thanks to government, industry and nonprofit partners who are dedicated to supporting our early-career scholars. If you are interested in sponsoring a travel award, please contact Manuella Oliveira Yassa at email@example.com.
BRIGHTFOCUS DIVERSITY TRAVEL FELLOWSHIPS
Five travel fellowships were awarded to researchers broadly studying age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease. These Fellowships are supported by a generous grant from the BrightFocus Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports research to end Alzheimer’s disease, macular degeneration and glaucoma. BrightFocus is at the forefront of brain and eye health, advancing early-stage, investigator-initiated research around the world. BrightFocus also provides educational materials to people affected by or interested in these diseases, empowering them to take action for themselves and others.
University of Florida
University of Texas Southwestern
Graduate Student, University of Arizona
Graduate Student, University of Toronto
SciTechEdit INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP
One international travel fellowship was awarded by a generous grant from SciTechEdit International.
SciTechEdit works closely with scientists to produce clear, well-constructed manuscripts describing their scientific, medical, and technical research findings for publication in English-language journals.
Karla Gabriela Medina
Graduate Student, National Autonomous University of Mexico
NIH TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP
Graduate Student, Duke University
Graduate Student, University of New Mexico
Graduate Student, Rice University
Graduate Student, Temple University
Stephanie Grella, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago