IFMRS Travel Grants

IFMRS travel grants are available for members of IFMRS member societies to attend any IFMRS member society or affiliated event.  Please note that grants cannot be awarded retrospectively.

NB: Successful applicants may be contacted by the IFMRS to provide content for the IFMRS on-line learning environment, HubLE.

UPCOMING ELIGIBLE MEMBER SOCIETY EVENTS

XIII Cumbre Iberoamericana de Osteologia y metabolismo mineralXII Congreso Panameño de Osteoporosis
22-24 August 2019, Panama City, Panama

ASBMR 2019 Annual Meeting
20-23 September 2019, Orlando, Florida, USA

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 29 JULY 2019 – APPLICATIONS CLOSED

XIVth Congress of International Society of Bone Morphometry
September 23–26,2019, Orlando, Florida, USA

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 15 AUGUST 2019 – APPLICATIONS CLOSED

25th Annual meeting of the Australian & New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society (ANZORS)
4-6 October 2019, Canberra, Australia

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 6 SEPTEMBER 2019

XXIV SEIOMM Congress 2019
16-18 October 2019 Girona, SPAIN

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 6 SEPTEMBER 2019

37th Annual Meeting of the JSBMR11-14 October 2019, Kobe, JAPAN
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 6 SEPTEMBER 2019

29th Annual Scientific Meeting of the ANZBMS
27-30 October 2019, Darwin, Australia
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 27 SEPTEMBER

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Eligibility

Applicants must satisfy the following criteria:

  • be an individual member of an IFMRS affiliated society – see a list of current affiliated societies here.
  • applicants who have submitted an abstract will be given preference
  • have not previously received an IFMRS travel grant
  • qualification of PhD and/or MD, DDS, DMD or veterinary degree
  • within 15 years of gaining most advanced degree
  • please note that applicants with no additional funding (eg new investigator award, travel grant from other sources) will be given priority

NB: applicants must follow the procedure outlined in the application form, including emailing a copy of their abstract and letter from supervisor confirming eligibility to ifmrs@ifmrs.org.  Applicants who do not follow the procedure will be automatically disqualified

Finance

  • Individual grants of up to $500 each are available as a contribution towards travel and registration fees
  • Payment made post-event on proof of attendance
  • Grants are allocated on a quarterly basis to eligible applicants

Application and review process

  1. Check you qualify for eligibility (see above)
  2. Complete the application form
  3. Email the form and attachments to ifmrs@ifmrs.org

Your application will be checked and reviewed by representatives from the IFMRS grants committee. We aim to notify applicants within 3 weeks of the event date.

Please note that there is a budget for each member society which is allocated on a quarterly basis.  If your society has reached its limit you may not be eligible, even if the application process is still open to other societies and/or their annual meeting.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING WHO HAVE BEEN AWARDED IFMRS TRAVEL GRANTS TO ATTEND IFMRS EVENTS

ECTS 2019
Olja Grgic (Erasmus)
Marie-Laurie Jourdain(Reims University)
Tilen Kranjc (University of Ljubljana)
Cyril Thouverey (University Hospital Geneva)
Katerina Trajanoska (Erasmus)

H FLEISCH WORKSHOP 2019
Jan Willem Bek (Belgium)
Anna-Marei Böhm (Belgium)
Tara Clare Brennan-Speranza (Australia)
Greig Couasnay (United States of America)
Karen De Samblancx (Belgium)
Charlotte Gistelinck (United States of America)
Yohan Jouan (France)
Niki Loverdou (Belgium)
Marion Mesnieres (Belgium)
Christina Møller Andreasen (Denmark)
Sylvain Normand (Belgium)
Dana Trompet (Belgium)

In addition, the following awards were given by our member societies to attend the H Fleisch Workshop
ASBMR AWARDS/H Fleisch
Erin Bumann (United States of America)
Madison Doolittle (United States of America)
Maria Materozzi (Italy)
ANZBMS AWARDS/H Fleisch
Babatunde Ayodele (Australia)
Dzenita Muratovic (Australia)
ECTS AWARDS/H Fleisch
Petri Rummukainen (Finland)
Hiroshige Sano (United Kingdom)
Aikta Sharma (United Kingdom)
Mylène Zarka (France)
JSBMR AWARDS/H Fleisch
Toshiko Iidaka (Japan)
Yoshifumi Takahata (Japan)
Noritaka Saeki (Japan)
ORS AWARD/H Fleisch
Brianna Shares (United States of America)
SEIOMM AWARDS/H Fleisch
BEATRIZ GARCÍA FONTANA
CRISTINA GARCÍA FONTANA
LUIS ALVAREZ CARRION

ORS 2019
Dzenita Muratovic (University of Adelaide)
Arlyng G Gonzalez-Vazquez (RCSI)
Allessandra Esposito (Rush University Medical Center)
Rosanne Raftery (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)

ASBMR 2018
Feng Pan (Menzies Institute)
Michaela Reagan (Maine Medical Center Research Inst)
Eveline Boudin (University of Antwerp)
Ho Yee Wong (University of Hong Kong)
Marian Schini (University of Sheffield)
Zixue Jin (Baylor College of Medicine)

ECTS 2018
Simona Bolamperti (University Medical School Hamburg)
Davide Komla Ebri (ICL, London)
Mattia Capulli (University of L’Aquila)
Frederic Velard (Reims University)
Petar Milovanivic (Belgrade University)
Lucie Bourgoin (Geneva University)

ORS 2018
Severin Ruoss (Balgrist University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland)
Chao Liu (New York University Bioengineering Dept)
Jasmine (Li) Xiao (Orthopaedic Research, University of Virginia)
Mathieu Riffault (Trinity Centre for Bioengineering, Dublin )
Vittoriio Gatti(City College of New York)
Pamela Cabahug-Zuckerman (New York University)

ASBMR 2017
Rachel Duckham (Deakin University)
Sharon Brennan-Olsen (University of Melbourne)