Poster Award for an Early-Career Scientist Presenting at the JRC Summer School on Non-Animal Approaches
Early-career scientists who intend to pursue a career in non-animal methods are invited to apply for an award recognizing the scientific merits of the poster they plan to present at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) Summer School on Non-Animal Approaches in Science. This award, presented by PETA Science Consortium International e.V., will acknowledge one master’s student, PhD student, or early-career scientist (who obtained a master’s degree or PhD degree no more than four years ago) for a project focused on non-animal testing strategies.
The Summer School will take place online from 17 to 21 May 2021. Remote attendees will explore new developments in the field of non-animal approaches through expert lectures and interactive sessions, and each attendee will present a poster.
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- Any early-career scientist who has been accepted onto the JRC Summer School programme and intends to pursue a career in non-animal methods is eligible to apply for the award. The JRC is accepting applications from master’s students, PhD students, and early-career scientists (who completed a master’s or PhD no more than four years ago) active in fields related to toxicology, biomedical research, animal-free methods, exposure science, or risk assessment.
- The winner must attend all five half-days of the virtual JRC Summer School, and the award is contingent upon fulfilment of this requirement.
- The winner must present a poster at the JRC Summer School.
- The award is contingent on the applicant’s submission to the Science Consortium of a photo of themselves, within a week of the winner being announced. The photo will be used in blog posts on Science Consortium and member organisation websites as well as their social media.
- Applications for the Science Consortium award must be submitted before 12 May 2021, and one winner will be announced by 20 May 2021.
- The Science Consortium will choose the winner based on each eligible applicant’s curriculum vitae (CV) and motivation letter, including the relevance of the current area of study or job, how inspirational the motivation letter is, and the scientific merits of the poster.
- The winner of the award and the winner’s project will be announced on the Science Consortium’s and member organisations’ websites and social media. There is no monetary prize associated with this award.
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