For the first time since 1979, the symposium is leaving Europe or North America and will be held in the Asia-Pacific region. The Australasian pig science academic and industry community has united efforts to meet the high standards set by the previous meetings. In 2018, we are particularly proud to introduce a student grant program to assist honours and postgraduate (MSci and PhD) students to attend the symposium.
Up to twenty grants of AU$1500 will be awarded on a competitive basis for students working on a research project in the area of pig digestive physiology, nutrition, gut microbiology and immunology or other related areas, to support their attendance to the International Symposium on Digestive Physiology of Pigs 2018 in Brisbane, Australia.
- The number of travel grants will not exceed 20
- The organizing committee will award the grants on the academic merit based on opportunity of the candidates
- Students are only eligible for one travel grant (and they are not transferable)
- Applicants must have an abstract accepted and be registered for DPP2018
- The award will consist of AU$1500 that will be made available for collection at the symposium
- Travel grant submissions will close on 28 March 2018
- Travel grant recipients will be notified by email on 30 April 2018.
To be eligible for a DPP2018 travel grant, applicants must:
- Be an honours or postgraduate (MSci or PhD) student enrolled in a research institute or university at the time of application
- Students based in Australia are not eligible for these travel grants
- Provide a complete curriculum vitae (CV) and a letter of support from supervisor
- Provide a current photograph together with the official DPP2018 travel application form
- Have an abstract accepted by DPP2018
- Finalise registration for DPP2018.
Applications must be submitted by email to email@example.com (Attn: Marta Navarro) by Wednesday, 28 March 2018 with ‘Travel grant’ in the email’s subject line. To make an enquiry, please also email as above.