The Award includes a monetary award and memento, which will be presented at the 2024 ISBRA Early Career Investigator Award Symposium during the 2024 ISBRA/APSAAR Conference, September 23-26, 2024, in Melbourne, Australia. In addition, award recipients will be acknowledged at the ISBRA/APSAAR Congress Closing Ceremony. Therefore, if you are selected as an award recipient by the ISBRA Membership Committee, you will be required to attend in-person the 2024 Congress.
Recipients must be an ISBRA member. If you are not currently an ISBRA member, your membership application ( https://isbra.com/membership) must be received by January 1, 2024. Awards will be limited to ISBRA Early Career Investigators (either PhD or MD students or young post-docs/physicians) (see application details below). If you are selected as the recipient of the Early Career Investigator Award, it is anticipated that you will be required to give an oral presentation during the 2024 Congress as part of the Early Career Investigator Award Symposium. These presentations are typically expected to last between 10 to 15 minutes, followed by a 5-minute session for questions and answers.
The ISBRA Early Career Investigator Award application for ISBRA members involves the following:
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