The SRS understands that, in the ever-changing field of sleep medicine, it is important to recognize those future clinicians, researchers, and students in our organization. By hosting educational events like Trainee Day at the SLEEP meeting and offering grants, the SRS strives to recognize outstanding trainee members.
Young Investigator Award
This award recognizes outstanding research efforts by new investigators in the field of sleep research. Researchers can apply for this award for articles published within seven years of receiving their terminal degree. All applications must be submitted electronically by January 31, 2014.
Trainee Travel Awards
The SRS encourages young investigators take advantage of educational and networking opportunities at the annual meeting by providing awards to help offset the cost of registration, travel and lodging.
First Time Travel Awards
The SRS encourages all trainees who have not previously attended the SLEEP annual meeting to apply for a First Time Travel Award. This award is intended to help trainees enrich their academic development by attending SLEEP. The costs of registration, travel and lodging associated with the annual meeting can add up. The First Time Travel Award helps makes attendance more affordable for scientists who are just beginning their careers. Abstracts must be submitted to the APSS SLEEP 2014 Abstract Submission site by December 16, 2013. All other application elements must be submitted via email to the SRS Coordinator by February 4, 2014.
Merit-Based Travel Awards
The SRS recognizes trainee abstracts of exception quality by presenting trainees with Merit-Based Travel Awards. Winners will receive a financial award, intended to alleviate the cost of travel to the annual SLEEP meeting. Trainees may also have the opportunity to gain exposure and experience by giving a short oral presentation of their work in a forum with fellow trainees and senior faculty. Abstracts must be submitted to the APSS SLEEP 2014 Abstract Submission site by December 16, 2013. All other application elements must be submitted via email to the SRS Coordinator by January 7, 2014.
The SRS will recognize a select number of undergraduate applicants for their early dedication to the field of sleep research. Winners will receive a monetary award intended to help offset the cost of registration for SLEEP, travel, and lodging. Winners may also be recognized during the opening remarks of Trainee Day at SLEEP 2014. Abstracts must be submitted to the APSS SLEEP 2014 Abstract Submission site by December 16, 2013. All other application elements must be submitted via email to the SRS Coordinator by February 4, 2014.
For more information about the Trainee Awards and how to apply, please visit the Trainee Awards page on the SRS website.