Student Fellowship Applications Are No Longer Being Accepted
Congratulations to the 2014 Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference Student Fellowship winners! Student Fellows from the University of Oxford, Penn State, UCLA, Stanford, UC Irvine, University of Cambridge, UC San Diego, University of Texas at San Antonio, Medical University of Vienna, National University of Singapore, University of the Western Cape, Punjabi University, University of Buffalo, University of Delaware, and many more will display the following posters:
- Anti-tumor effects of TRAIL pathway inducing small molecule ONC201/TIC10 in colorectal cancer involve targeting of cancer stem cells
- Association of CYP2D6 and ADRB1 single nucleotide polymorphisms and response to beta blocker therapy in a patient sample set with cardiovascular diseases from Romania
- Association of GST gene polymorphism with susceptibility to Leukemia in Punjabi population and differential chemotherapy response
- Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: A Legal Perspective
- Dolastatin, Along with Celecoxib, Stimulates Apoptosis by a Mechanism Involving Oxidative Stress, Membrane Potential Change and PI3-K/AKT Pathway Down Regulation
- Engineering Synthetic Receptors to Rewire the Responses of Cell-Based Therapies to the Immunosuppressive Tumor Microenvironment
- GenPro: Epigenetic Profiling of CpG DNA Methylation Sites
- Identification and Validation of Putative Biomarkers and Antimicrobial Peptides in Cervical Cancer Diagnostics
- Identification of Novel Therapeutics for Complex Diseases from Genome-Wide Association
- Identifying and Characterizing Lung Cancer Tumor Initiating Cells Using Single Cell Analysis
- In Vitro Infection with HCV Increases the Suppressive Phenotype and Activity of the Human Regulatory T Cells
- Individualized Cytarabine Dose Determination by in silico Biosimulation in Childhood Acute Myeloid Leukemia Using Transcriptomes from Buccal Cells as Surrogate for Liver Metabolism and Leukemic Cells for Cytotoxic Effect
- Investigating genomic evolution and acquired resistance in solid cancers by sequencing plasma DNA
- Isolation and Mutational Analysis of Circulating Tumor Cells from Lung Cancer Patients with Magnetic Sifters and Biochips
- Macrocycles Designed to Form Self-Assembling, Synthetic Nanopores with Cationic Selectivity
- Optimization of a Microfabricated Magnetic Sifter for Cell Capture and Isolation
- Pharmacogenomics of Hypertension among Punjabi population
- Phylogenetic Study of L1 Protein Human Papillomavirus Type 16 from Cervical Cancer Patients in Bandung
- Rapid, circulating tumor cell detection from blood using microencapsulated system
- Selective Cytotoxicity of A6 Peptide Against ZAP-70 Expressing CLL B-Cells
- Temporal Expression and Promoter Region Methylation of c-Myc During Normal and Pathological Pregnancies
- The ALPINE technique: Molecular detection of ovarian cancer – A proof of concept study
- Towards the implementation of a portable magnetoresistive point-of-care system for cell-free DNA detection in cancer diagnosis
- Whole Exome Sequencing Approach to Identify Genetic Variants Causing Sudden Unexplained Death Syndrome
Present Your Poster to 3,000+ Molecular Medicine Researchers
Student Fellowship Award Winners will Attend the 21st Annual Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference for Only $195
Full-time graduate students and PhD candidates are encouraged to apply for the Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference Student Fellowship. Twenty fellowship award winners will receive a poster presentation slot and a $780 savings on their registration fee. Applications are due by November 15, 2013.
Student Fellowship Details
- Full time graduate students and PhD Candidates are encouraged to apply for the Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference Student Fellowship. Applications are due by November 15, 2013.
- Interested students must complete the 2014 Student Fellowship Application and are required to present a scientific poster (title and abstract are due at the time of the application).
- All applications will be reviewed by the scientific review committee and accepted students will be notified no later than November 22, 2013 if they have been accepted for the 2014 Student Fellowship.
- Accepted 2014 Student Fellows will receive a discounted conference registration rate of $195*, which must be paid by December 13, 2013.
- This fellowship is limited to 20 students and is for the Main Conference Only (excludes Symposia Posters Hall)
- All accepted 2014 Student Fellows will be asked to help promote the conference at their college and throughout their social media networks.
- Students not accepted for the 2014 Student Fellowship can register at a discounted rate of $295*, and will not be required to present a poster.
- ADDED BONUS! Poster competition features two $500 prize winners.
* This discounted Fellow rate cannot be combined with any other discount, including the poster, SAPA, alumni, Bay Bio or any other discount. This does not grant access to any of the symposia, short course, pre-conference or post-conference events. Fellowship does not include hotel, travel or additional meals.
2013 Student Fellow Jonathan Sternburg was a best poster winner and received a check for $500
About the Conference
The 21st International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference is the leading drug discovery research event covering a broad spectrum of cutting-edge topics within molecular medicine with scientific, business and regulatory viewpoints. Join more than 3,000 colleagues in interactive lectures, discussions, and networking receptions to hear differing views and perspectives on poignant issues facing you and our industry today.