2015! ACMCIP Travel Award for Low and
Low-Middle Income (LMIC) Trainees
The ACMCIP student travel award will recognize a student or trainee who is primarily based in a Low or Low-Middle Income Country (LMIC) and who submits an abstract to the ASTMH Annual Meeting representing exciting and novel research in the field of molecular, cellular and immunoparasitology. The goal is to encourage LMIC trainees who are conducting basic parasitology research and to provide funding for him/her to participate in the Annual Meeting.
Madurai Kamaraj University, India
2015! ACMCIP Award for Advanced
This ACMCIP-sponsored award is designed to defray travel expenses for trainees to attend practical training courses in the fields of molecular, cellular or immunoparasitology. Trainees can use the award to attend any post-graduate level training course of at least one day in duration. The goal is to encourage trainees to explore new parasitological systems, gain hands-on skills in working with parasites and their hosts and obtain advanced knowledge in cutting-edge research topics and technologies.
University of Washington
New in 2015! William Trager Award for Basic Parasitology
The William Trager Award, established by the ACMCIP in 2015, recognizes a fundamental breakthrough in molecular, cellular or immunoparasitology. This annual award is named in honor of William Trager, PhD, who through basic parasitology research established in vitro culture conditions for Plasmodium parasites and thereby directly enabled almost all of the current fields of basic and applied malaria research. His prolific contributions to the field include many awards and professional milestones and achievements including serving as President of ASTMH in 1979 and receiving the Society's Joseph Augustin LePrince medal in 1991. For full biography, read more...
|Immediate Past President||Manoj Duraisingh|
|Councilor for Communications||Timothy Yoshino|
|Councilor from Trainees||Amy Bei|
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