To increase accessibility to its International Congress, ISE provides travel grants to early career researchers and clinicians.
A portion of the travel grants are reserved specifically for physicians and scientists from developing countries.
In several cases only physicians and scientists who are presenting accepted abstracts are awarded a travel grant (an accepted abstract is not a guarantee for a grant).
There are approximately 50 travel grants available for each ICE Congress. Application information is made available on the ISE and Congress websites 6 months before the Congress dates. Applicants must have training and experience in an area of research relevant to the Congress topics.
The travel grant includes:
- A contribution (not a full reimbursement) to registration, travel and accommodation depending on the region you are located in.
- Please be aware that payment can only be made by bank transfer after the congress
Next stop- Buenos Aires!
We will offer travel grants for the Intenational Congress of Endocrinology in Buenos Aires next October.
The application form for the ICE 2020 travel grants competition will open soon- keep watching or subscribe to our mailing list!
Travel grant criteria
ICE 2020 travel grant program is restricted to people residing in ISE country members.
Your national society is not an ISE Member yet?
If you are not currently an ISE member but wish to apply for a Travel Grant please contact your national society to encourage them to become members of ISE and allow you to apply. Contact us at office [@]isendo.org
Priority is given to:
- People within 10 years post-PhD or MD or below
- People residing in Low, Middle and and Upper Middle Income countries as defined by the World Bank criteria.