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Canadian Liver Meeting Young Investigator Travel Grants 

Qualifying first authors of abstracts submitted to the Canadian Liver Meeting may apply for a Young Investigator Award. Award application is completed by ticking a box within the abstract submission system. Awards are given to presenters of oral or poster presentations that are to be presented at the Canadian Liver Meeting only from the evening of Friday, February 29 to Sunday, March 1, not the sessions within the 9th Canadian Symposium on HCV program on Friday, February 28. No award applications will be considered following the close of the abstract submission deadline: Thursday, November 28, 2010.

I. Purpose

The Young Investigator Awards recognize outstanding young investigators' research accomplishments and looks to promote their travel to attend the Canadian Liver Meeting to present their research. 

II. Award

The award consists of one complimentary conference registration, two nights' accommodation at the conference hotel and reimbursement of travel expenses (economy flight, train ticket or mileage) up to 800. Reimbursement will be made after the meeting by bank transfer. 

III. Eligibility 

  • Candidates must have submitted an abstract as a first author that has been accepted for oral or poster presentation at the Canadian Liver Meeting 2020.
  • Candidates must be a CASL member. Members to CASL is complimentary for trainees/students. Further information can be found here
  • Candidates must be a medical or graduate student, resident or fellow (clinical or post-doc researcher for maximum 2 years). 

IV. Application Process

Award application is completed by ticking the appropriate box within the abstract submission system. 

V. Selection Process

Abstracts will be revised and scored by the Canadian Liver Meeting Scientific Review Committee. Award applicants will be notified of their abstract submission and award application in January 2020.