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The Histochemical Society is an organization of scientists sharing a passion for the development and use of visual techniques that provide biochemical and molecular information about the structure and function of cells, tissues and organs and for the dissemination of this knowledge through education and outreach.

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Tara A. Snethen, CAE, CMP
Senior Director of Meetings & Society Services
tsnethen at asip dot org > Awards & Honors > ASIP Trainee Travel > Histochmical Society Trainee Travel

The Histochemical Society Sponsored Trainee Travel Award to attend the ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology

The Histochemical Society

Deadline for submitting applications and supporting documents is 11:59pm EST November 6, 2014 - SAME DAY AS THE ABSTRACT DEADLINE!


To promote the entry of young scientists who use histochemical techniques into the mainstream of the basic science community and to encourage the participation of young investigative pathologists in the Annual Meeting, the Histochemical Society is offering a limited number of Trainee Travel Awards of $750 each to offset travel expenses for trainee members of the Histochemical Society and/or ASIP to attend the Experimental Biology Meeting. The ASIP Program Committee will select the recipients based on the scientific abstracts, which must include data based on the use of histochemical techniques. Abstracts will be selected for presentation in either poster sessions or in minisymposia. These abstracts MUST be submitted to ASIP topic categories.