There are many conference travel funding opportunities on the web. Penn medical students are strongly encouraged to research opportunities that suit their area of research.
- AAAP Medical Student, Resident, Fellow Travel Award — American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry has three travel awards available for medical students, residents and fellows. All awards would help defray the costs of travel, lodging and the meeting registration fee will be waived.
- AACAP Life Members Mentorship Grants for Medical Students — The MGM provides the opportunity for seven medical students to attend the AACAP Annual Meeting and receive an introduction into the field of child and adolescent psychiatry through the AACAP Mentorship Program.
- AAHM Travel Grant — The American Association for the History of Medicine is offering eligible medical students, graduate students, and independent scholars who have a paper accepted for the program to apply for assistance with their travel costs. Travel grant applications are included in letters to those whose abstracts are accepted for the program of the annual meeting.
- AAN Medical Student Scholarship to the Annual Meeting — The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) and the Association of University Professors of Neurology (AUPN) are pleased to sponsor the Medical Student Scholarship to the AAN Annual Meeting. We are able to offer 40 $1,000 scholarships to U.S. and Canadian medical students who are SIGN chapter members to attend the meeting.
- ACOG John Gibbons Medical Student Travel Award (Members only) — The John Gibbons Medical Student Award program is offered to help encourage medical students to select obstetrics and gynecology as their chosen specialty. John M. Gibbons Jr., MD is a past president of ACOG who recognized the importance of medical students to the future of our specialty. This award is currently being offered to help supplement medical student travel expenses incurred while attending the ACOG Annual Clinical Meeting (ACM).
- ACPM Future Leaders in Preventive Medicine Travel Grant — The American College of Preventive Medicine is pleased to offer eligible candidates one of ten $500 travel grants to attend Preventive Medicine (ACPM's annual meeting). Eligible candidates must be medical students, who are ACPM members, and interested in preventive medicine and public health.
- AHA Scientific Sessions Travel Stipends — AHA Scientific Council Travel Awards recognize promising and outstanding investigators in the early stages of their careers, and provide travel assistance for trainees and early career investigators to participate in AHA scientific meetings.
- ARO Resident/Medical Student Travel Awards — The Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) announces that applications are now being accepted for travel awards for residents and medical students in the field of Otolaryngology to attend the ARO MidWinter Meeting. Awards of $500 each are being offered to defray travel and lodging costs associated with attendance at the ARO's annual meeting.
- ASIP-APSA Partnership Trainee Travel Award — ASIP offers American Society for Investigative Pathology-American Physician Scientists Association Partnership Trainee Travel Award to attend the ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology. This award was designed to promote the entry of young physician-scientists into the mainstream of the basic science community and to encourage the participation of young investigative pathologists in the ASIP Annual Meeting. ASIP is offering a special ASIP-APSA Partnership Trainee Travel Award of $750 for trainee members of APSA to attend the Experimental Biology Meeting.
- ASM Student and Post Doctoral Fellows Travel Grants — The American Society for Microbiology offers information on many Student and Post Doctoral Fellows Travel Grants.
- ASRM Medical Student Travel Grant — The American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery’s purpose of existence is to promote, encourage, foster, and advance the art and science of microsurgery and complex reconstruction. To do this the organization has established a forum for teaching, research and free discussion of reconstructive microsurgical methods and principles. Yearly, the ASRM holds a scientific annual meeting which has a longstanding tradition of presenting cutting edge topics in microsurgery, panel discussions and instructional courses applicable to the clinician as well as the researcher. The American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery is committed to investing in the future of microsurgery. Therefore, the ASRM has implemented a scholarship program to assist medical students that want to attend the annual meeting.
- ISC Young Investigator Travel Award — A number of Young Investigator Travel Awards (YITA) will be given to applicants under the age of 35 attending the ICC. The award will cover the cheapest airfare and accommodation at a reasonable hotel as well as free registration. This award will be made for research based on scientific merit presented at the congress. All young scientists who are submitting presentations are encouraged to apply. The award will be based on the abstracts submitted by the applicant who should be the presenting author.
- No Stomach For Cancer - Mhari Saito Scholarship — No Stomach For Cancer has established a scholarship in the name of Mhari Saito, who embodied the mission of No Stomach For Cancer, to support research and unite the caring power of people worldwide affected by stomach cancer. Mhari passed away from stomach cancer on April 15, 2013. This scholarship, which will be awarded annually in the amount of at least $1,000, has been established to help medical students, and other healthcare professionals in training attend a major educational or scientific conference of a national or international medical or professional association that relates to gastric cancer.
- Penn GAPSA Professional Student Travel Grant — One option for medical students is a small grant offered by GAPSA to support the travel expenses of professional students (including MD students) to attend conferences. (Note: MD/PhD students are eligible for the Research Student Travel Grant during their PhD years.)
- Society for the History of Navy Medicine – Travel Grant — The Society was founded to promote and support research, scholarship and publication of work concerning all aspects of the history of navy, or maritime, medicine. To encourage this, the Society will provide one annual travel grant up to $750 to present a paper on any relevant topic at the Society’s Annual Meeting and Papers Session.
- SIR Medical Student Travel Scholarships — Society for Interventional Radiology is now offering Annual Scientific Meeting scholarships for IRs-in-training. The awards will provide IRs-in-training with the opportunity to learn about IR at an early stage in their medical career. Selected scholars will attend the SIR Annual Scientific Meeting -- an experience that includes dedicated educational programming, learning from the leaders in the field and networking with IRs from across the world.
- SVS General Surgery Resident/Medical Student Travel Scholarship — Society for Vascular Surgery is funding travel scholarships for medical students and general surgery residents to the Vascular Annual Meeting.
- Council on Functional Genomics and Translational Biology Minority Travel Grant — The Council on Functional Genomics and Translational Biology (FGTB) is offering a travel grant to minority early career investigators and students who will be presenting research at the AHA’s Scientific Sessions. The award will honor accomplished minority students and minority early career investigators while enabling them to get more involved in the AHA and in Scientific Sessions.