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The SRS encourages undergraduate trainees to apply for an Undergraduate Trainee Travel Award. This award is intended to help trainees alleviate costs related to traveling to the SLEEP meeting. The Undergraduate Trainee Travel Award will be judged competitively based on the applicant's promise for a future in sleep research. The recipient(s) of this award will receive up to $1,000 toward their travel costs to attend the SLEEP meeting covered by the SRS. You can view the specific rules and eligibility for applying for Undergraduate Trainee Travel Awards.
The SRS encourages all trainees who have not previously attended the SLEEP annual meeting to apply for a First Time Trainee 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 Trainee Travel Award helps makes attendance more affordable for scientists who are just beginning their careers. Recipients will be notified in the spring of the award results. You can view the specific rules and eligibility for applying for First Time Trainee Travel Awards.
The SRS has alloted travel funds for selected early career stage investigators in sleep/circadian and metabolics researchers to attend and contribute to the NIH based workshop entitled, “Impact of Sleep and Circadian Disruption on Energy Balance and Diabetes”, to be held February 19th and 20th, 2015 in Bethesda, Maryland. Learn more about Early Career Stage Investigator Travel and Mentorship Awards.
The Sleep Research Society limits the number of awards an individual can receive. These limits are separate for each stage of a trainee's career. The stages are defined by membership status. Currently, trainees are considered either Predoctoral or Postdoctoral members.