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The award system for young scientists (fwd)

malacins malacins at indiana.edu
Mon Nov 16 12:39:08 EST 1998

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 20:22:18 +0900
From: msumida at ipc.hiroshima-u.ac.jp
To: "Dr. George Malacinski" <malacins at ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu>
Subject: The award system for young scientists

Dear Dr. George Malacinski                                      November
16, 1998

      We are pleased to announce that we can offer travel support to young 
scientists who will participate and present the posters in the International 
Symposium "The Frontiers of the Biology of Amphibia" held in March of 1999, 
in Hiroshima, Japan. Our award system is as follows:

  1.  We can support 4000 $ in total as a part of travel expenses of the young 
       scientists including graduate students.
  2.  The maximum amount of grant per individual is 570 $.
  3.  In case applicants exceed the grant available, the organizing committee 
       will select the appropriate candidates from them referring to the
       of their poster presentations and their travel expenses.

      We hope that many young scientists can attend this symposium. If you 
and your graduate students like to apply to this award, please contact me 
soon. I look forward to seeing you at Hiroshima.

        Yours sincerely,

                                                     Katsutoshi Yoshizato,Ph. D.
                                                     Chairperson of the
Organizing Committee
                                                     Professor & Director
                                                     Laboratory for
Amphibian Biology
                                                     Faculty of Science
                                                     Hiroshima University

                                                     FAX: 81-824-24-1492
frogjimu at sci.hiroshima-u.ac.jp or  
kyoshiz at ipc.hiroshima-u.ac.jp


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