Awards

All Travel Award recipients have been notified as of June 1, 2017.

We are pleased to announce that there were a total of 31 Travel Awards provided for the 2017 conference to young scientists. The following organizations generously supported travel awards, thank you for your support!

 

Metabolomics Society

Metabolomics Society Student Travel Award
The Metabolomics Society provided ten $500 student travel awards for outstanding academic achievement. The top students have been invited to give an oral or poster presentation at the conference and the best presenter will be awarded the $200 Metabolomics Society Student Prize.

  • Rudi Grosman
  • Dipa Gurung
  • Takoua Jendoubi
  • Xiaona Li
  • Marcus Ludwig
  • Pamela Pruski
  • Emma Sherman
  • Kyle Van de Bittner
  • Mohsen Zareian
  • Jonas Zierer

Metabolomics Society Early Career Travel Award
The Metabolomics Society provided ten $500 Early Career travel awards to support the attendance of Early Career Researchers at the annual conference. Successful awardees are eligible to compete for the $200 Metabolomics Society Early Career Prize, awarded to the best early career presentation.

  • Maike Aurich
  • Dara Daygon
  • Christopher Depner
  • Helena Gibbons
  • Rachel Kelly
  • Julia Kuligowski
  • Raluca Maltesen
  • Jan Stanstrup
  • Umaporn Uawisetwathana
  • Candice Ulmer

 

Early Career Members Network

Early-Career Members Network (EMN) – Travel Bursary Award
The Early Career Members Network is providing four $500 travel awards to students and early-career members as part of the new EMN Travel Bursary initiative. Two awards were provided to students and two awards were provided to early-career members.

Students:

  • Michael Judge
  • Tanya McDonald

Early Career Researchers:

  • Jessica Cooperstone
  • Douglas McCloskey

 

Agilent

Agilent Technologies Student Travel Award
The Platinum Sponsor Agilent Technologies has sponsored five $1,000 travel awards to help cover travel costs for students. Selection of awardees was based on the scientific quality of the submitted abstracts.

  • Kevin Huynh
  • Robert Koech
  • Aida Mrzic
  • Lin Shi
  • Lei Wang

 

Metabolomics Society

Metabolomics Society Student Photographer Awards
Congratulations to the two Student Photographers that have been selected to capture the conference. Each will receive a $500 travel award provided by the Metabolomics Society.

  • Hamid Hamzeiy
  • Van Thao Nguyen

 

Metabolomics Society Early Career Prize and Travel Awards Scheme
The Metabolomics Society Early Career Awards recognize outstanding academic achievement.
Early career researchers* can apply for one of ten Metabolomics Society Early Career Travel Awards to support their attendance at the Metabolomics Society annual conference. If successful they are then eligible to compete for the Metabolomics Society Early Career Prize, awarded to the best early career presentation.

*Eligibility, applicants must be:

  • Within 5 years of obtaining highest degree.
  • A member of the Metabolomics Society continuously for at least 3 months prior to the conference.
  • Registered for the conference and attend in person.
  • Not eligible for the Metabolomics Society Student Travel Awards

Student and Early Career abstracts that are submitted for travel awards will be reviewed by the Conference and Training Committee.

 

Metabolomics Society Student Prize and Travel Awards Scheme
The Metabolomics Society Student Awards recognize outstanding academic achievement.
Students* can apply for one of ten Metabolomics Society Student Travel Awards to support their attendance at the Metabolomics Society annual conference. If successful they are then eligible to compete for the Metabolomics Society Student Prize, awarded to the best student presentation.

*Eligibility, applicants must be:

  • A Student Member of the Metabolomics Society continuously for at least 3 months prior to the conference.
  • Registered for the conference and attend in person.

Student and Early Career abstracts that are submitted for travel awards will be reviewed by the Conference and Training Committee.

The deadline to submit an abstract was April 10.