The Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health has received sponsorship from the Samueli Foundation which will enable us to offer generous awards for young investigators presenting at our 2018 International Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health in Baltimore, MD May 8-11.
Accepted abstract submissions by a Young Investigator as first author will be considered.
Eligibility: For these awards, a Young Investigator is defined as an individual who is currently enrolled as a BA student, Masters, PhD, MD, post-docs and fellows; and must be primarily responsible for the work being done as described in the abstract. All successful applicants must commit to presenting their work at the 2018 Congress.
The purpose of these awards is to encourage and recognize innovative and impactful integrative medicine & health work being conducted by promising young investigators who have a desire to conduct further work in the field of integrative medicine & health.
Award winners will be notified the third week of March. Award amounts will range between $500 - $5,000 each, dependent upon the quality and number of young investigator abstracts received.
The Consortium greatly appreciates the Samueli Foundation's generous sponsorship which is enabling us to offer these exciting Young Investigator Awards at our 2018 International Congress.