Young Investigator Awards
These awards are designed to give young investigators, working in the field of paediatric oncology, the opportunity to present their original research at the SIOP Annual Meeting. Successful candidates will receive financial support towards their travel and accommodation costs up to EUR 1000, free SIOP membership for one year, free congress registration and complimentary access to the Young Investigator Educational Day.
How can I apply? http://siop-online.org/young-investigator-award/
For each Annual Meeting, SIOP provides scholarships to people who have insufficient resources to participate and travel to the meeting. Successful candidates will receive financial support towards their travel and accommodation cost up to EUR 1000 and free registration to the Annual Meeting.
How can I apply? http://siop-online.org/scholarships/
This prize is awarded to the author of the best scientific article by a trainee in the field of paediatric oncology. The prize is given in honour of Dr. O. Schweisguth, founding member and first President of SIOP. Judgment of the prize will be based on the written article describing work done by the trainee and will consider originality, completeness, scientific accuracy and contribution to science. Applicants must have been in training when the work described in the article was performed, and must still be in the training period or not more than one year thereafter at the time of submission. The prize consists of travelling expenses (return economy air fare between the winner's professional home city and the meeting venue), together with hotel costs and registration fees for the SIOP Congress. The winner will present his/her work at the time of the SIOP Congress and will be printed in a booklet for distribution.
How can I apply? http://siop-online.org/schweisguth-prize/