Global Partner Travel Award
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
Award recipients will be notified by December 15, 2022
Applications will reopen August 2023 for USCAP’s 2024 Annual Meeting
In an effort to improve global health by increasing the exchange of information and the science of pathology, twenty Global Partner Travel Awards will be given each year to help pathologists from low resource countries attend USCAP’s Annual Meeting.
EACH TRAVEL AWARD INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
- Complimentary General Registration with Companion Society Meetings
- Complimentary Attendance to the “Long Course”
- Two complimentary short courses
- Complimentary Adjunct Membership in USCAP for one year
- A check for $3,000 USD to help offset travel, food, and lodging costs
Consideration for Travel Awards will be given to practicing pathologists who:
- Reside in an low resource country (the WHO-HINARI website will be utilized as a guide) and have a demonstrable need for financial support to attend the USCAP Annual Meeting
- Provide a resume and supporting letter from a Department Head or Supervisor attesting to the need for travel assistance and the potential benefit of attending the meeting
Preference will be given to:
- Applicants whose scientific abstracts have been accepted for presentation at the 2023 Annual Meeting
- Applicants who are dues-paying members of the IAP
- Pathologists just beginning their careers (in practice or less than five years)
- Travel award winners are responsible for making all their own travel and lodging arrangements. Please apply for a US travel visa immediately if you are selected as an award recipient
- The USCAP Foundation’s Global Partners Travel Award will be distributed at the Annual Meeting. Award winners must appear in person in order to receive this award.
- AWARD RECIPIENTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY DECEMBER 15, 2022.
The Global Partner Travel Awards are made possible by philanthropic donations to the USCAP Foundation.
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