Rosalind Kornfeld Award For Lifetime Achievement in Glycobiology
Student Travel Awards
FASEB Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) Travel Award
Karl Meyer Lectureship Award
In 1990 the Society established the Karl Meyer Lectureship Award was established to honor the distinguished career of Karl Meyer and his outstanding contributions to the field of Glycobiology. This international award is now presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society to a well-established scientist with a currently active research program who has made widely recognized major contributions to the field of Glycobiology.
Rosalind Kornfeld Award for Lifetime Achievement in Glycobiology
The Rosalind Kornfeld Award for Lifetime Achievement in Glycobiology was established in 2008 to honor the distinguished scientific career and service to the Society by Dr. Rosalind Kornfeld. The award will be given by the Society for Glycobiology to scientists who have, over their professional lifetimes, made significant contributions with important impact on the field.
Student Travel Awards
1) Only grad students and postdocs within 5 years of receiving their PhD are eligible.
2) Requires submission of a CV and mentor support letter.
3) Both the applicant and mentor must be paid members of the Society
4) Application for the travel award will occur during the abstract submission process.
5) Preference will be given to candidates located further from the meeting location.
6) Only two award applications will be considered from any one investigator's laboratory.
NOTE: Travel award submissions are taken electronically during the abstract submission process. Please note that the travel award application is concurrent with abstract submission so you cannot go back and submit this at a later date. Please have all of your material ready to submit the abstract and all of the travel award materials at the same time.
FASEB Travel Awards
The FASEB MARC Program provides funding for travel awards to encourage and support the participation of underrepresented students and postdoctoral fellows at scientific meetings and conferences, and the participation of underrepresented PhD/graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty members in leadership development and grantsmanship training seminar programs. The awards help to defray meeting registration and travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, per diem) for eligible underrepresented graduate students/postdoctorate scientists in the biomedical and behavioral sciences.
Applicants must be graduate students or postdocs who are also current/active members of SFG. New members are not eligible.