TRAVEL GRANTS

  

Click here for the list of the Absolute Best Abstracts
Click here for the list of the Travel Grant Winners

 

Also this year the ERA-EDTA has decided to give up to 90 travel grants to attend the London Congress to the best rated abstracts in the various categories. The Presenting Authors must be 40 years old, or younger, by December 31, 2015.

All awardees will receive:
a) Free congress membership;
b) A grant for EUR 500, except for the Presenting Authors of the best abstracts of each category whose grant will be of EUR 1,000.

The Presenting Authors of the two best abstracts of each category, independently of age, will also receive a diploma.
To apply, please fill in the appropriate fields during the abstract submission.

TRAVEL GRANT FOR THE BEST ABSTRACT ON HISTORY OF NEPHROLOGY
A travel grant of EUR 1,000 will be given to the best abstract submitted under the “History of Nephrology” category by a young author (40 years old, or younger, by December 31, 2015). To apply, please fill in the appropriate fields during the abstract submission.

TRAVEL GRANT FOR THE BEST ABSTRACT ON GERIATRIC NEPHROLOGY
Thanks to a generous grant from the International Society of Geriatric Nephrology and Urology (ISGNU), meant to honour the memory of Prof. Dimitrious G. Oreopoulos, ERA-EDTA will give a travel grant of EUR 1,500 to the best abstract on geriatric nephrology submitted by a young author (40 years old, or younger, by December 31, 2015). Abstracts can be related to all aspects of geriatric nephrology and can be submitted under any of the abstract categories. To apply, please fill in the appropriate fields during the abstract submission.
 

We “ASQ” for your help for young nephrologists in developing countries
ERA-EDTA has circulated an electronic feedback questionnaire aimed at collecting impressions, suggestions and remarks among the delegates of the 2014 Congress, held in Amsterdam on May 31-June 3. Based on the final number of feedback questionnaires completed, ERA-EDTA will offer congress grants to young nephrologists living in developing countries (GPD < USD 10,000) to attend the ERA-EDTA Congress in London. The winners will be chosen among those who have submitted an abstract which is then accepted for presentation at Congress. This initiative, named Altruistic Support by Questionnaire (ASQ), has become part of the exclusive ERA-EDTA advantages for young nephrologists living in disadvantaged areas of the world where education and scientific updates are needed. The Presenting Authors must be 45 years old, or younger, by December 31, 2015. To apply, please fill in the appropriate fields during the abstract submission.

 

Amgen Bursaries 2015 for members of the Renal Association
 

Since 2007, Amgen have generously sponsored bursaries of £500 to support attendance at the Renal Association annual meeting. The bursaries are awarded competitively each year. In 2015, 10 bursaries will be awarded. Applicants must be:

- Current member of the Renal Association
- Presenting an abstract at the Renal Association annual meeting
- In training on the first day of the annual meeting
- Not a consultant, senior lecturer or professor

Application forms are sent to all those Renal Association members who have had an abstract accepted. Each bursary is worth up to £500 and successful candidates will receive the funds on submission of receipts in relation to the conference (including registration, accommodation and reasonable travel expenses). For more information on the Amgen bursaries, please contact the Renal Association secretariat at renal@mci-group.com. Please click here to download the Amgen application form. The deadline to submit application is Friday 10 April 2015.