Neuro Travel Award

Realize the Joy of Science

Have you been selected to present at the 2018 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting?

Enter by October 22, 2018 to Win a Travel Grant Valued at $800.

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As a leading science and technology company, our goal is to help you deliver on the promise of your work by providing innovative products and comprehensive solutions that facilitate your research.

From the development of predictive models and the detection of neural pathways to the discovery and monitoring of neuroscience biomarkers, our portfolio features the tools and technologies needed to solve the toughest problems in neuroscience.

We are committed to supporting an innovation culture not only within our company, but throughout the neuroscience research community. With this in mind, we invite you to apply for our 2018 travel grant to the Society for Neuroscience Annual meeting in San Diego, California.

All applicants must have been selected to present either a poster or oral presentation at SfN 2018.

Winners will be selected based on the following additional criteria:

Your research shows the potential for significant impact, providing for advancement in the field of neuroscience in one of the following ways:

  • Application of a new technology/product
  • Displays an innovative/unique approach
  • Opens a new path or way of thinking about a problem in neuroscience
  • Involves collaboration with scientists at multiple institutions

Required application materials:

  • Your name, address, contact information, and institution
  • A brief biography (50 words or less)
  • Title and a brief abstract of your accepted presentation (150 words or less)
  • Your presentation date, time, and location at SfN 2018

Up to five winners will be selected to receive an award valued up to $800.

Click here for detailed rules, regulations, and restrictions. Please contact with questions.

Must apply by October 22, 2018

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