PANS TRAINEE MEMBER TRAVEL AWARDS

 

LAST UPDATE: March 22, 2020

POSTPONED UNTIL 2021: 2020 STRESS NEUROBIOLOGY WORKSHOP, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, MAY 12-15, 2020.

PANS looks forward to supporting the rescheduled 2020 Stress Neurobiology Workshop.

For more information, go to http://www.meetabout.org/2020stressneurobiology/.

 

LAST UPDATE: December 31, 2019

PANS2019 NEW ORLEANS, USA, MARCH 21 & 22, 2019.

The Pan American Neuroendocrine Society is proud to announce that the following 9 trainee members have each been awarded $500 USD to attend and present their research at PANS2019.

Arvand Asghari (PhD candidate) University of Houston, USA
Emma McIlwraith (PhD candidate) University of Toronto, Canada
James Garcia (Post-Doctoral Fellow) University of Wisconsin, USA
Marianne Bizzozzero Hiriart (Post-Doctoral Fellow) University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Richard McCosh (Post-Doctoral Fellow) University of California San Diego, USA
Dinu Nesan (Post-Doctoral Fellow) University of Calgary, Canada
Karen Jill Tonsfeldt (Post-Doctoral Fellow) University of California San Diego, USA
Rajae Talbi (Post-Doctoral Fellow) Harvard, USA
Jennifer Yang (Post-Doctoral Fellow) University of California San Diego, USA

 

 

LAST UPDATE: April 5, 2018

9TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY (ICN 2018), TORONTO, CANADA, JULY 15-18 2018.

The Pan American Neuroendocrine Society is proud to announce that of the numerous outstanding applications received and reviewed, 23 trainee members have each been awarded $485 USD (full waiver of their registration) to attend ICN 2018. The successful applicants are listed below (5 are from Latin America, 5 are from Canada and 13 are from the US. These are represented by 4 MSc Candidates, 10 PhD Candidates and 9 Postdoctoral Fellows). These awards have been made possible through the financial support from our membership and corporate donors.

Adair Rodriguez (PhD Candidate) Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Aleisha Moore (Postdoctoral Fellow) University of Mississippi
Amirah-Iman Hicks (MSc Candidate) McGill University
Andrea Castillo-Campos (MSc Candidate) Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Caitlin Friesen (PhD Candidate) University of Texas at Austin
Carlos Toro (Postdoctoral Fellow) Oregon Health Sciences University
Danielle Tiffany Porter (PhD Candidate) University of Mississippi
Dinu Nesan (Postdoctoral Fellow) University of Calgary
Gueorgul Kachkovski (MSc Candidate) University of British Columbia
Guillermo Valera-Marin (PhD Candidate) Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Ioanni Papazoglou (Postdoctoral Fellow) National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases
Jeff Jones (Postdoctoral Fellow) Washington University St Louis
Jennifer Yang (Postdoctoral Fellow) University of California, San Diego
Justin Lopez (PhD Candidate) West Virginia University
Lea Decarie-Spain (PhD Candidate) Université de Montréal
Luhong Wang (PhD Candidate) University of Michigan
Lyla Kelley (MSc Candidate) McGill University
Marianne Bizzozero Hiriart (PhD Candidate) IBYME-CONICET, Argentina
Michelle Bedenbaugh (PhD Candidate) West Virginia University
Pablo Surkin (PhD Candidate) Universidad de Buenos Aires
Richard McCosh (Postdoctoral Fellow) University of California, San Diego
Shannon Stephens (Postdoctoral Fellow) University of California, San Diego
Tessa Solomon-Lane (Postdoctoral Fellow) University of Texas at Austin

 

 

LAST UPDATE: May 18, 2018

STRESS NEUROBIOLOGY WORKSHOP 2018, BANFF, ALBERTA, CANADA, JUNE 3-11, 2018. 

The Pan American Neuroendocrine Society is proud to announce that five trainee members have each been awarded $500 CAD to attend Stress Neurobiology Workshop 2018. The successful applicants are listed below. These awards have been made possible through the financial support from our membership and corporate donors.

Elizabeth Goldfarb (Postdoctoral Fellow) Yale University
Angela Guadango (PhD Candidate) McGill University
Ashley Heck (PhD Candidate) Colorado State University
Shane Johnson (PhD Candidate) Iowa University
Millie Rincón-Cortés (Postdoctoral Fellow) University of Pittsburgh