Some selected stipend recipients will be invited to present posters, and one trainee invited to present a talk, on their own research aligned with one of the below topics. All abstracts need to be related to infections in the immunocompromised host:
All stipend recipients will be invited to attend a dinner with one or more leading researchers to learn, engage and build new mentor-mentee relationships. Depending on availability, other trainees not awarded stipends will be considered for these dinners on a wait list basis.
The Infectious Disease Sciences Program of Fred Hutch is committed to investing in the future of infectious disease research and patient care. Therefore, we have implemented a travel stipend program to assist trainees who plan to attend the 4th Symposium on Infectious Diseases in the Immunocompromised Host on May 1 - 2, 2023 in Seattle, WA USA.
There are two options for applying for a travel stipend. Trainees may choose either to submit an abstract proposal along with 1 letter of recommendation or they may opt to not submit an abstract and instead provide 3 letters of recommendation. A limited number of travel stipends are available to trainees interested in attending the Symposium.
The travel stipend covers three nights' lodging at a host hotel, round trip economy airfare, registration for the two-day symposium, plus breakfast, lunch and dinner on both days. Additional expenses are the responsibility of the attendee or their institution.
To apply, go to the Travel Stipend Application page and submit the following information:
All items listed above must be received no later than Monday, February 6th at 11:59 pm PDT/UTC-7.