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WCBP 2018: Student Travel Grants
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CASSS is pleased to provide a limited number of student travel grants for PhD students and post-docs who present applicable posters at WCBP 2018. PhD students or post-doctoral fellows conducting research at academia or industry throughout the world are eligible.

Why you should apply:

   • This Symposium gives an insight in the current topics and issues under discussion within the pharmaceutical and biotech industry and as such gives the opportunity to bridge between industry, academia and regulatory agencies.

   • The interactive format of the Symposium has proven to be an effective means of benchmarking strategies and clarifying expectations among the regulatory and technical experts. The WCBP Symposium series is the pre-eminent conference addressing the analytical development/regulatory interface for biotechnology derived health intervention products.

   • As a participant, you will have an excellent opportunity to meet, network and participate in exchanging knowledge for mutual education with other colleagues in analytical development/regulatory interface for biotechnology derived health intervention products.

How you apply:

Please send a letter requesting consideration for the grant, a letter of recommendation from your advisor and/or supervisor, proof of your university affiliation and a PDF of your abstract to the WCBP Symposium Manager, Karen Bertani (kbertani@casss.org).

Application for a travel grant does not release you from the obligation to register and submit your abstract online. The deadline to apply for a student travel grant has been EXTENDED to Friday, December 2, 2016 by 5:00 pm EST.

Requirements are:

·        Present a poster on a WCBP 2018 topic

·        Proof of studentship/post-doc status

·        Recommendation from your advisor and/or supervisor

Student Poster Abstracts:

Student abstracts will be reviewed with special consideration.
1. Abstracts must be written by the student. The advisor/supervisor may review the abstract and make suggestions, but the student is responsible for the quality and content of the abstract and must be a major contributor to the work presented. If needed, CASSS abstract reviewers will work with the students to clarify or focus the abstract.
2. Student abstracts must be submitted by 5:00 pm EST on Friday, November 18, 2016 to be eligible for a student travel grant award.

For more information regarding poster presentations, click  here

 



  

   

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