will consider sponsoring meetings that are being organised by the Association’s
members. Meetings must fulfill the objectives of the ARR, 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.
in assessing the applications include:
- The alignment
of the meeting with the Association’s objectives.
- The quality of
the invited participants.
- The relevance
of the meeting to radiation research.
- Inclusion of
opportunities for participation by student and Early Career Investigators.
- The meeting
The maximum award
that can be requested from the ARR will be £1000.
Available to all members of at
least one year’s standing at time of application. The Association for Radiation
Research should be appropriately acknowledged as a meeting sponsor in all
relevant documentation, web announcements etc. Links should be provided between
the meeting website and that of the ARR.
Up to a maximum of £1000.
Sponsorship can cover costs of individual invited speakers, student/young
investigator awards, workshop or scientific sessions. Applicants should provide
full details of the meeting budget.
Applications can be made at any
To apply, applicants should
- Details of the meeting
including a copy of the programme and confirmed speakers
- A budget for the meeting
- Evidence of other funding
These documents should be sent to
the ARR secretary by email:
Applicants will be notified of
outcome within 1 month.
Successful recipients must acknowledge the receipt of the ARR sponsorship in all
relevant documentation and provide a short written report following the meeting
that may be used on the Association’s website.