Early Career Meetings help foster a sense of a local scientific community, providing students and postdocs with additional opportunities to present their work. They are also great places to get people together for collaboration and new contacts.
It’s not difficult to apply for an Early Career Meeting Grant. To apply for funding to host an Early Career Meeting, go to this link and submit your proposal by June 20. Awards can be as much as $1,500.
Did you know that ASCB has been supporting Early Career Meetings since 2012, to promote scientific networking and mentor young scientists? You can read about previous Early Career Meetings that have been funded here and here.
Here is a list of upcoming Early Career Meetings (dates and locations TBA); find one in your area.
Bay Area Cytoskeleton Symposium
Palo Alto, CA
2nd Annual Rocky Mountain Membrane Trafficking Meeting (RMMT)
Postdoctoral Teaching Toolkit: Scientific Teaching for Diverse Leaders
San Francisco, CA
Montreal-Area Phase Separation
Montreal, QC, Canada
Building Bridges between Academia and Industry
Florida Translational Cell Biology Symposium
September 13, 2019
The Northeast Nuclear Envelope Meeting
September 20, 2019
New Haven, CT
About the Author:
Jennifer Acker is ASCB's Project Coordinator.