Travel Award Information
BBC Conference - 5-7 March 2021
Deadline - To Be Announced
Travel awards will be selected based on the applicant's submitted abstract. Abstracts must conform to the requirements described on the Abstract Submission Form and will be judged based on writing clarity, study design and hypothesis, and the relevance of the research to the BBC conference. Travel Award Application submission is done through the registration form. Find information on the BBC Travel Awards below.
Abstract submission is required to apply for a travel stipend. Stipends are available to defray the costs of lodging and travel for undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. Awards will be based on evidence of dedication to addiction research and the merits of the applicant and the submitted abstract. In addition to the abstract, please submit the following :
- curriculum vitae
- cover letter (not to exceed 1 page) indicating eligibility and interest in drug addiction research and how the meeting will advance the applicant's education/career in addiction research
- letter of support from a supervisor, mentor, or department chair providing evidence of financial need
Only the abstract fee will be collected at time of registration. If a travel application is awarded, no further action will be taken. If an application is not awarded, an invoice will be sent to the applicant after the decision has been made to collect the registration fee, if applicable.
The Maharaj Ticku Travel Fellowship will be awarded to a new investigator who has completed but is not more than 4 years beyond completion of postdoctoral training and who has a full time position in academia and/or research. The award will be made based on a submitted abstract, personal statement indicating need and career goals, and publication record. Please submit a curriculum vitae and personal statement. The fellowship will provide full travel expenses (domestic travel only) to attend the BBC meeting.
Tips for oral and poster presentations
Funding for this conference is made possible [in part] by R13 DA029347 from The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.