Fellowship & Stipends
for symposia and conferences
Conference participants (graduate students or post docs) whose abstracts are accepted for presentation may be eligible for fellowship for attending CSH Asia conferences and symposia. Fellowship decisions will be made by the organizers based on the merit of scientific quality. The winners will receive the fellowship in a value ranging from $100 to $500. The results will be announced during the conference and published at the website.
Congratulations to the following students! Their presentations (short talks or posters) are selected for a CSHA fellowship
CSH Asia Fellowship Award Francis Crick Symposium on Neuroscience
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Institute of Neuroscience, Shanghai, China
Jai S. Polepalli
,Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California
Takahiro Kanamori, Osaka Bioscience Institute, Suita, Japan
Mechanisms and Functions of Non-apoptotic Cell Death
Wanze Chen, Xiamen University, China
Ting Liu, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Science, University of Tokio, Japan
Joanne M. Hildebrand, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, University of Melbourne, Australia
Keren Yacobi-Sharon, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
for summer schools
Summer school applicants are invited to apply for
partial stipends to offset tution, room and board costs.
Funding may be earmarked for students originating from certain
geographical regions. Interested applicants should prepare
a written request for stipend support along with the other
documents required for summer school application; these
documents MUST be uploaded simultaneously to the CSH Asia
server at the time of application [we cannot guarantee that
stipend requests sent to CSH Asia separately will be included
with the application].
Summer school stipend decisions will be communicated to
successful applicants at the time of offer.