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    Funding Opportunities Abound for Young Investigators

    Date: March 14, 2012

    As a member of ASBMR, you know firsthand the value of Society membership. But did you know that the Society also offers numerous programs exclusively targeted to young investigator members that provide funding for them to participate in bone and mineral meetings around the world, enhance their research experience and even support their research endeavors? Below is an overview of all the programs, many of which are currently open for applications. We encourage you to take advantage of these members-only opportunities.

    Harold Frost Young Investigator Award - Awards available to attend the Sun Valley Workshop on Skeletal Tissue Biology in August - Application deadline April 5th - Learn More

    Career Enhancement Award - Gives investigators the opportunity to learn new techniques and skills with the goal of enhancing their career development - Application deadline April 20th - Learn More

    Junior Faculty Osteoporosis Research Award - Designed to foster osteoporosis-related research - Application deadline April 20th - Learn More

    2012 Topical Meeting on Bone and Skeletal Muscle Interactions

    MARC Funding Available for ASBMR 2012 Topical Meeting - The FASEB MARC Program provides travel awards for individuals to attend the ASBMR Topical Meeting - Application deadline is June 1st - Learn More

    Pre-Meeting Workshop on July 16th - Hands-on workshop provides an opportunity for junior investigators to learn and practice various techniques related to the analysis of bone and muscle; limited to first 50 registrants! - Learn More

    2012 Annual Meeting

    The ASBMR Phoebe Leboy Professional Development Award - International award offered to a female young investigator from an emerging region of the world. Award covers travel-related expenses to attend the Annual Meeting and includes onsite networking and mentorship with key investigators in the field. Learn More

    Annual Meeting Travel Grants Available for Young Investigators - Travel grants of up to $1,000 are available to young investigators to attend this year's ASBMR Annual Meeting - View Guidelines for Abstract Submission.