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Keystone Symposium

03 September 2014

KEYSTONE SYMPOSIA FELLOWS PROGRAM

The Keystone Symposia Fellows Program is a high-level mentoring and positioning program for senior postdocs and Assistant Professors (or those from industry at an equivalent level). For more information to include eligibility requirements and a downloadable application, go to Keystone Symposia Fellows Program. The deadline for applications is September 3, 2014.

EARLY CAREER INVESTIGATOR TRAVEL AWARDS

Keystone Symposia is offering a limited number of travel awards to early-career investigators at the Assistant Professor or equivalent industry scientist level to attend a Keystone Symposia meeting. Awards are on a “first come, first served” basis. This is a reimbursement award for up to $2,030 to defray the travel costs of attending a Keystone Symposia meeting (airline, lodging and ground transportation). For more information to include eligibility requirements and a downloadable application, go to Keystone Symposia Early Career Investigator Travel Award Program.
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