Two of the
main objectives of the ARR are to
promote learning and advance education in the field of radiation research and to
extend, increase and disseminate knowledge of radiation research in the fields
of biology, chemistry, physics, medicine and other related disciplines.
achieve these goals we would like to announce a new travel bursary scheme
targeted at non-student members with at least one year’s standing that will be
awarded on a competitive basis.
These awards complement the schemes the ARR already offers in conjunction with
the annual meeting of the association (Early Career Investigator Awards) and
with the International Congress of Radiation Research (Travel awards for both
Early Career and established ARR investigators).
There will be two
application deadlines for these awards each year. These will fall on the 31st
May and 30th November. Applicants will be notified of outcome within
1 month. The date of the meeting to be attended must be at least one month
following the application deadline. Retrospective applications will not be
funded as we will request acknowledgement of the Travel Bursary received from
the ARR in the recipient’s presentation.
must be actively participating in the meeting through oral or poster
presentation. We will not consider applications simply to attend meetings.
in assessing the applications include:
- The quality and
relevance of the selected meeting to radiation research.
quality of the research to be presented.
- The curriculum
vitae of the applicant.
- The letter of
support from a professional referee.
- The evidence of
how the full budget for attending the meeting will be met.
The maximum award
that can be requested from the ARR will be £500.
Available to non-student members of
at least one year’s standing at time of application. Applicants will be expected
to present their work at the meeting applied for and should submit copies of the
abstract with their application. The Association for Radiation Research should
be appropriately acknowledged in any poster or presentation. Members may only
apply for a second award at least 2 years following the initial award.
Up to a maximum of £500. Bursaries
will contribute to the covering of travel costs (economy fares), registration
fees and cost of accommodation. The total sum requested should be stated in the
application. Applicants should provide evidence of how costs beyond that which
can be claimed from the ARR will be met. Upon successful application, the ARR
will request receipts for the expenses claimed via the ARR as proof of purchase.
31st May and 30th
November each year.
To apply for this award, applicants
Details of the meeting including
a copy of submitted abstract and evidence of participation (if an abstract has
not been accepted for presentation by the bursary deadline, please indicate
this and notify the ARR as soon as acceptance is received).
Where the applicant is an invited
speaker, evidence that costs will not be met by the meeting organisers
A short curriculum vitae
A signed letter of support from a
A budget for travel and
Evidence of other funding
These documents should be sent to
the ARR secretary by email: email@example.com