Student/Postdoc Travel Fund

The Program in Quantitative Genomics (PQG) at the Harvard School of Public Health offers PQG students and postdocs an opportunity to apply for research travel support to present their research at professional meetings and workshops. A limited amount of funding is available for both domestic and international trips. The applications will be reviewed by the PQG Travel Fund Committee.

  • The Applicant must be a PQG Associate student or postdoc (see Membership to apply)
  • Applications for travel funding will be accepted and awarded three times annually. Deadlines for travel funding applications: October 15, January 15 and May 15
  • PQG travel award funding may be used in combination with other sources of support including other travel awards
  • Funding varies from up to $500 per domestic trip and up to $700 per trip for international travel
  • Applicants are only eligible to receive funding one time


To apply for travel funds, please fill out the application below, and also email a copy of your CV, and a conference program to Shaina Andelman. All applications will be acknowledged and response to the funding request will be addressed as quickly as possible.

 

Student/Postdoc Travel Fund Application

Applicant Name:
Have you already been approved as a PQG Associate? Yes
No
Status:
Email Address:
Primary Phone:
Office Mailing Address:
Department:
Primary Mentor: (If applicable)
Primary Mentor's Title and Affiliation:
Which of the following are you presenting? (If you are giving multiple presentations, please explain in Summary of Funding Request below) A talk and/or poster (unconfirmed)
A talk (confirmed)
A poster (confirmed)
A talk and poster (confirmed)
Conference Name
Conference Location
Talk Title
Abstract
Summary of Funding Request: (Please justify how this trip is related to your research, especially in quantitative genomics)
What are the expected outcomes (grant application, workshop report, white paper, etc.) of the workshop?
What do you expect to achieve as a result of attending the meeting?