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Vevo Travel Awards

Aug 31, 2016

Are you using a Vevo imaging system for your research? You may be eligible for Vevo Travel Award Program supported by FUJIFILM VisualSonics! Apply today to decrease your travel costs!

Eligibility for the Vevo Travel Award:
- Only accepted abstracts with abstract ID can be submitted.
(Confirmation of acceptance is required by the award deadline to be eligible)
- Applicable to abstracts accepted for oral, poster or invited talks.
- Only abstracts that include data obtained using a Vevo Imaging system will be considered.
- Submissions by trainees (PhD candidates and post-doctoral fellows) as well as scientists (PhD and MD) are eligible. Submissions from industry are also eligible.
- You must agree that if you are chosen as the recipient you will share a story about your research within Vevo Newsletter or present your work within Vevo TrailBlazer Webinar series (within 1 year of receiving your award).

To register, click here: http://img.en25.com/Web/SonoSite/%7B18e71355-81cf-4e0c-b6eb-a0af778aa960%7D_Vevo_Travel_Awards_-SubmissionForm-Rev2.0.pdf?elqTrackId=17cc1df9afa54f44bad9d35abbd8fb4e&elqaid=1154&elqat=2 

 

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