CELLINK is happy to announce the CELLINK 3D Bioprinting Award for students and young scientists who present innovative 3D Bioprinting solutions at the 2017 TERMIS-AM conference in Charlotte, NC, USA.
The award will be provided to a student or young investigator that is presenting his/her work based on an innovative 3D Bioprinting solution. Representatives from CELLINK will review all of the abstracts submitted by the students and young investigators and attend the lecture and/or poster presentation.
The oral and poster presentations that will be eligible for the award, will be based on:
- Scientific content.
- Poster or oral presentation by student or young investigator
- Poster graphical design or quality of presentation
The recipient of the award from CELLINK will be provided with a $1000.
The recipient of the award will be announced at the end of the conference.
The definitions of a student and young investigator as defined by TERMIS are as follows:
– Student: A student is any individual who is engaged as a graduate or undergraduate in a university or college program or as an MD resident and is actively interested in research in the field of TERM. Students are required to provide their university ID for verification of their undergraduate/graduate status.
– Young Investigator: Young Investigators are defined as persons who are employed in the field of TERM, who have been either awarded a doctoral degree within the past three (3) years or are working as researchers and have less than seven (7) years research experience following master’s degree. Young Investigators should not hold an appointment as faculty, academic staff or group leader in a university/research institute or in industry. Young investigators are required to have their advisor/supervisor send a letter as proof of the bona fide status of the young investigator.