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[Deepsea] Awards International Symposium on Deep-Sea Corals Boston, September 2016

Santiago Herrera via deepsea%40net.bio.net (by sherrera from alum.mit.edu)
Tue May 31 14:27:15 EST 2016

Dear Colleague,

The Deep-Sea Biology Society (http://dsbsoc.org/) is pleased to announce
that we will providing a small number of travel awards to those wishing to
attend the 6th International Symposium on Deep-Sea Corals (
http://deepseacoral.org/) that will take place in Boston, Massachusetts,
from September 11-16, 2016.

Awards will be decided based on the quality of the abstract and financial
need. Travel award applicants are required to submit an abstract to the
symposium. The abstract submission deadline is June 10.

Applications must be submitted through this form
http://goo.gl/forms/gb0RkxjfT4 before June 15.  Applicants will be notified
about their application outcomes via email by mid-July. Successful
applicants will be expected to write a short blog post for the DSBS website
about their experience in the IDSCS.

In addition to the travel awards, the society will be sponsoring awards for
the best oral and poster presentations by early career scientists at the
IDSCS. Early Career is defined as anyone who has graduated from a PhD
program and is pre-tenure, or is in an equivalent research or governmental
position. (Please indicate your interest to be considered our registration
site when registering for the symposium).

Only standing members of the Deep-Sea Biology Society are eligible for the
awards. If you are not a member already, you can join the society here

Questions about these awards should be directed to Santiago Herrera:
sherrera from alum.mit.edu.

Please pass the word about the society and these awards to your friends and
colleagues and invite them to join!


Santiago Herrera, PhD
Membership Secretary of the Deep-Sea Biology Society

CIHR Postdoctoral Fellow
Lehigh University
University of Toronto

Visiting Professor (starting Fall 2016)
Department of Biological Sciences
Lehigh University

Email: sherrera from alum.mit.edu
Website: http://alum.mit.edu/www/sherrera
Twitter: @herre_san

Mission: The Deep-Sea Biology Society aim is to promote deep-sea biological
sciences and conservation through ensuring open forums for scientists,
engaging the public and policy makers, and ensuring demographic diversity
among scientists.

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