Victoria Finnerty Undergraduate Travel Award
The Victoria Finnerty Undergraduate Travel Award supports travel costs for undergraduate GSA members who are engaged in research to attend the Annual Drosophila Research Conference. The award also includes presenting Drosophila research at TAGC 2020.
Apply by November 27. UPDATE: Deadline: January 15.
Please note that applicants should apply for the Victoria Finnerty Award using the same form as the GSA Undergraduate Travel Award.
Larry Sandler Award
GSA presents the Larry Sandler Award to outstanding recent graduates who have completed a PhD in an area of Drosophila research. The award serves to honor Dr. Sandler for his many contributions to Drosophila genetics and his exceptional dedication to the training of Drosophila biologists.
Drosophila Image Award
The Drosophila Image Award was established in 2004 to recognize compelling images that communicate important findings in Drosophila research. Any image from a paper that has been accepted for publication in the calendar year preceding the Conference is eligible and can be submitted by the researcher who generated it. The Award is given to the most striking image and video that clearly convey an important biological result.
Details of the competition and Award Committee members can be found at www.drosophila-images.org.
IMGS Scholarships for trainees (students or postdocs)
The International Mammalian Genome Society (IMGS) Scholarships support meeting costs for students and postdocs attending TAGC 2020. The scholarships are expected to cover at least the cost of registration and half a twin room (shared room with two beds) for five nights. Applications are due December 5, 2019.
The Mary Lyon Award
The Mary Lyon Award for early-stage independent female researchers (Assistant Professor or equivalent) will cover expenses for awardees to participate in an International Mammalian Genome Conference and give an oral presentation of their work. In 2020, the International Mammalian Genome Conference will be part of TAGC. Nominations are due November 15, 2019.
James F. Crow Early Career Researcher Award
GSA presents the James F. Crow Early Career Researcher Award to students and recent PhDs conducting PEQG research. Finalists for the Crow Award will present their research in a high-profile PEQG session. The overall winner will be selected by the conference keynote speakers.