NeuPSIG has provided financial support for Trainees/Fellows to participate in NeuPSIG scientific meetings since its inception. This support will continue in respect of the 2013 Toronto conference and will, as before, take two forms:
It is obligatory for applicants to be NeuPSIG members (also requires IASP membership) and a first/presenting author on a Poster to be presented in Toronto to be considered for bursary support.
To apply for a NeuPSIG Bursary as a Trainee/Fellow please click here
NeuPSIG values and encourages the participation of Physicians and Scientists from developing countries in its various meetings and conferences. NeuPSIG also recognises that such individuals do face significant financial impediments to attend international meetings and for these reasons NeuPSIG will continue its policy of financial support for selected individuals for the Toronto conference.
Consequently, we will award a limited number of bursaries for Physicians and Scientists from developing countries on a competitive basis similar to that for trainees as detailed above. While preference will be given to applicants presenting a Poster in Toronto, this is not essential to be considered for bursary support.
The level of support will include:
It is obligatory for applicants to be NeuPSIG members (also requires IASP membership) and an author on a Poster to be presented in Toronto to be considered for bursary support.
To find a list of countries that fit the World Bank definition of "developing" countries, click here.
Individuals from Developing Countries who are actually living outside their country need to present a statement of support from their training director. To apply for a NeuPSIG Bursary as a Physician/Scientist from a developing country click here