[Arabidopsis] Travel awards (Deadline July 15) for US participants

Pankaj Jaiswal (OSU) via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by jaiswalp from science.oregonstate.edu)
Tue Jul 13 12:36:37 EST 2010


For those who have not applied so far.
If you have already applied please do not reapply.
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Hello Everyone,

If you are a researcher from USA and are interested in plant biology, 
here's an excellent opportunity. Apply for the travel awards to attend 
Gene Annotation Workshop 
(http://www.aspb.org/pb-2010/specialevents.cfm#databases) to be held at 
the ASPB's Plant Biology 2010 meeting (http://www.aspb.org/pb-2010/).

If selected, the travel award will cover the cost of your registration 
cost for the entire Plant Biology 2010 meeting. We expect to award 10-20 
participants.

Where to apply:
   URL: http://plantontology.org/workshop/pb2010.html

Application Deadline
	July 15, 2010

   Workshop name
	Plant Ontology and Gramene's Gene Annotation Workshop
   Workshop date and time
	Saturday July 31, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

   Conference Date
	July 31 - August 4, 2010
   Conference Location
	Montreal, Canada

Who can apply:
    # Any scientist/researcher/student working and/or studying in
      the USA with an interest in Plant Biology and is
      attending the Plant Biology meeting in Montreal.
    # Preference will be given to those representing the women,
      minority and underrepresented groups.
    # Preference will be given to those from the qualifying
      under-represented minorities at accredited 4 year
      universities and faculty at qualified US
      minority-serving institutions.
    # Preference will be given to young US scientists including
      graduate students, postdoctoral scholars and young faculty.

Questions and help:
     email: po-workshop from plantontology.org

Workshop/meeting information:
   Organizers: Comparative Plant Genomics and Community Projects on
	Plant Ontology project: www.plantontology.org
   	Gramene database: www.gramene.org




Sincerely
Pankaj Jaiswal
po-workshop from plantontology.org




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