Awards and Funding

2017 Annual Meeting

ASTMH/BMGF Annual Meeting Travel Awards
The Travel Awards are offered to qualified students, early career investigators and
scientists actively working in the tropical medicine field to attend the Society’s Annual Meeting. These awards facilitate participation for those who might not otherwise be able to attend.
Apply online beginning February 15, 2017.

ASTMH Young Investigator Awards
Eligibility requirements - Eligibility is limited to current student/post-doctoral members of ASTMH who had a primary role in various aspects of tropical disease research and experimentation. The applicants must be available to present their research during the Young Investigator Award competition held in the morning of the opening day of the Annual Meeting.
Apply online beginning March 1, 2017.

American Committee on Arthropod-Borne Viruses (ACAV)
Student/Post-Doc Travel Awards

Eligibility Requirements - Eligibility is limited to graduate students and post-doctoral fellows who are actively conducting arbovirus research. The award recipients will present their research either orally or as a poster during the Annual Meeting. Additionally award recipients will present “lightning talks” about their research as part of the ACAV annual business meeting, which occurs during the ASTMH meeting.
Apply online beginning March 1, 2017.

American Committee on Clinical Tropical Medicine and Travelers' Health - Clinical Group (ACCTMTH)
Elsevier Clinical Research Awards

Eligibility Requirements - Eligibility is limited to students (within six months of completing undergraduate or master's level training, including medical undergraduate degrees) and post-doctoral fellows who are conducting clinically-oriented research with scientific clinical content. The applicants must be available to present their work during the Elsevier-ASTMH Clinical Research Award competition during the Annual Meeting.
Apply online beginning March 1, 2017.

American Committee of Medical Entomology (ACME)
ACME Young Investigator Travel Awards

Apply online beginning March 1, 2017.

ACME Young Investigator Travel Award - Graduate (Masters or Doctoral Career Level in 2017)
Eligibility Requirements - Eligibility is limited to any graduate student who is currently conducting research that directly or indirectly involves arthropods of medical importance. The award recipient will present his/her research either orally or as a poster during the Annual Meeting.

ACME Young Investigator Travel Award - Post-Doctoral (Graduation to have occurred 2015-2017)
Eligibility requirements - Eligibility is limited to any post-doc who is currently conducting research that directly or indirectly involves arthropods of medical importance. The award recipient will present his/her research either orally or as a poster during the Annual Meeting.

ACME Young Investigator AwardTravel  - International (Country of primary institution must be non-US)
Eligibility requirements - Eligibility is limited to any international student who is currently conducting research that directly or indirectly involves arthropods of medical importance. The award recipient will present his/her research either orally or as a poster during the Annual Meeting.

American Committee of Molecular, Cellular and Immunoparasitology (ACMCIP)
Travel Award for Low or Low-Middle Income (LMIC) Trainees

Eligibility requirements - Eligibility is limited to a current ACMCIP student or trainee who is primarily based in a Low or Low-Middle Income Country (LMIC) and who submits an abstract representing novel and exciting research in the field of molecular, cellular or immunoparasitology.
Apply online beginning March 1, 2017.

To see ACMCIP non Annual Meeting related awards, click here.

ASTMH Committee on Global Health (ACGH)
Student/Post-Doc Travel Awards

Eligibility requirements - Eligibility is limited to graduate students, medical students, residents and post-doctoral fellows who are conducting global health research and actively participating in advocacy, program implementation or networking efforts for global health. The award recipients will present their research either orally or as a poster during the Annual Meeting.
Apply online beginning March 1, 2017.