14th Congress of the International Society for Developmental and Comparative Immunology (ISDCI) 

The next ISDCI congress will be held from June 17th-21st 2018 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA and the organization will be led by Dr. Irene Salinas of the University of New Mexico. Visit the website

APPLICATION FOR PRE/POST DOCTORAL CONGRESS TRAVEL AWARD 

Important: Registration and abstract submission for the next ISDCI conference are still open. Please follow the latest updates via the congress websiteDeadline abstract submission for the ISDCI conference is April 1: if you would like to compete for a travel award, please be aware that abstract submission is obligatory.
 
There will exist the possibility to apply for travel awards for those students/postdocs who are ISDCI members. Enquiries about memberships should be sent to the Secretary-Treasurer Liz Dyrynda
 
Both, via the Unites States National Science Foundation and the Society itself, ISDCI has the possibility to pay for a restricted number of travel awards.  Anticipate, next to congress registration and abstract submission, a support letter from your supervisor and documentation of student/postdoc status. Closing date for travel award applications: May 7, 2018.

Completed forms and supplementary documentation should be sent by e-mail to the ISDCI Secretary of Education, Dr. Geert Wiegertjes, at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

If you are chosen as a recipient of a travel award that is funded by the NSF, you must agree to write a short summary that describes the science that is reported at a session of your choice at the ISDCI Congress.  Your summary will be due to ISDCI VP for the Americas, Michael Criscitiello, by email no later than August 1st. 

Download the application form below:

APPLICATION FORM FOR PRE/POST DOCTORAL CONGRESS TRAVEL AWARD



 Past congress

The 13th Congress of ISDCI 2015 was held from 28 June to 3 July in Murcia, Spain. For more information:  www.um.es/isdci2015 



 

Open positions:

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