Phil Gold Scientist-in-Training Awards will be offered to graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. These awards are designed to encourage trainees to present their research findings, within the angiogenesis and metastasis field, at the MISAM scientific meeting.
The 3 best abstracts will be selected for oral presentations from all the submitted abstracts online. The authors will be invited to give oral presentations on Friday June 14, 2013 and will compete for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place of “Phil Gold Scientist-in-Training Awards” in the category of best oral presentation.
A total of 40 abstracts will be chosen for poster presentations. The posters will be available for viewing during both days of the symposium. The judging of the posters will be performed by a committee and will take place during the poster session, held on Thursday, June 13, 2013. These presentations will compete for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place of “Phil Gold Scientist-in-Training Awards” in the category of best poster presentation.
The authors of selected abstracts, for oral and poster presentations, will be notified during the week of May 15th, 2013.
The values of the awards are as follows:
Best oral presentation
$1000 for 1st place
$500 for 2nd place
$250 for 3rd place
Best poster presentation
$500 for 1st place
$250 for 2nd place
$100 for 3rd place
Please note that each presenting trainee must confirm that he (she) is primarily responsible for the work presented.
The Phil Gold Scientist-in-Training Awards will be presented by Dr. Phil Gold at the closing ceremonies.