Financial Support for Attendance
Individuals may apply for as many awards for which they qualify but may receive a maximum of one award for this meeting. The number of awards and amount of each award provided will be based on available funding. Applicants will be notified of their award status approximately five weeks after the application deadline.
- Applicants must be an Associate Member of the AACR in good standing. Nonmember graduate students, medical students and residents, and clinical or postdoctoral fellows who wish to apply for a Scholar-in-Training Award must submit an application that satisfies the eligibility requirements for AACR Associate Membership 30 days prior to the Scholar-in-Training Award application deadline. Nonmembers can apply for membership by downloading the Official Application for Membership and submitting to the AACR office with the required documents or apply online. Lapsed members are encouraged to reinstate their membership in order to apply for this exclusive member benefit. Visit the www.aacr.org/professionals/membership/.
- Applicants must be the presenter of the abstract submitted for the conference.
- To provide this opportunity to the greatest number of trainees, eligibility is limited to individuals who have not received a Scholar-in-Training Award for a conference (excluding the Annual Meeting) in the 12 months prior to the first day of this conference.
AACR Minority Scholar Awards in Cancer Research
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is extremely pleased to announce the availability of scholar awards in cancer research for full-time eligible minority scientists wishing to participate in AACR Annual Meetings and Special Conferences.
The purposes of this award program are to increase the scientific knowledge base of minority scientists and to encourage them to pursue careers in cancer research.Email your questions
AACR Minority and Minority-Serving Institution Faculty Scholar in Cancer Research Awards
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is extremely pleased to announce the availability of scholar awards in cancer research for full-time minority faculty and faculty members of minority-serving institutions (Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-serving Institutions, and other minority institutions as defined by the US Department of Education).
The purposes of this award program are to increase the scientific knowledge base of minority faculty members and faculty members at minority-serving institutions, and to encourage them and their students to pursue careers in cancer research.Email your questions