GSA Undergraduate Travel Awards
TAGC Trainee Travel Awards
GSA will provide some funding to support travel costs for young geneticists (graduate students and postdocs) to attend The Allied Genetics Conference.
MaPD Childcare Grants
GSA and the Mentoring and Professional Development Committee (MaPD) are pleased to offer support to parents while attending The Allied Genetics Conference. The childcare grants are available to help offset the cost of childcare, enabling members with dependent children to attend the meeting.
GSA Poster Awards
Awards will be given for the best poster presentations by GSA graduate and undergraduate student members. If you are a Genetics Society of America member, the first AND presenting author on the abstract and an undergraduate or graduate student you may nominate your poster for an award. Both scientific merit and clarity of presentation will be taken into account. Winners will be announced Sunday, July 17 at the plenary session.
DeLill Nasser Award for Professional Development in Genetics
In recognition of the critical role DeLill Nasser played for the discipline and for her love of genetics, in 2001, The Genetics Society of America established The DeLill Nasser Award for Professional Development in Genetics, an award for graduate students and postdoctoral trainees, to support travel costs for young geneticists to attend national and international meetings and enroll in laboratory courses. The Award is named for long-time GSA member and National Science Foundation Program Director in Eukaryotic Genetics, DeLill Nasser.
For more information, click here. Applications will be accepted beginning in late February, 2016.
57th Annual Drosophila Research Conference Awards
Mouse Genetics 2016
Trainee scholarships from the IMGS will be awarded to help cover meeting expenses to those registered for the Mouse Genetics section of the TAGC. Visit IMGS.org for additional information.