Research in Encoding And Decoding of
Nomikos Conference Centre
16-20 June 2020
Historically, the AREADNE Conferences have not offered travel grants or scholarships. Instead, we work very hard to keep the student and post-doc registration fees as low as possible for everyone. This page will be updated should any funds become available, so we recommend checking back from time to time.
As always, the first place to check for travel support is the student's or post-doc's home institution which often has departmental funds to attend conferences. Additionally, scholarships and travel grants are at times available from institutions such as the ones listed below, some of which are specific to women or minorities. Note that many of these institutions do not have publicly announced travel grants, but that funds are sometimes available upon special application or request.
Know of a good source that we have not listed here? Please send an email message to the organizers.
Applied Vision Association
British Tinnitus Association
New Brunswick Health Research Foundation Travel grants
Wellington Medical Research Fund
Association of Women in Science (AWIS)
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Association of Women in Mathematics
L'Oreal Women in Science
American Psychological Association
Conference and Travel Grants for Students and Young Academics in Armenia Gulbenkian Foundation, Calouste http://www.gulbenkian.pt/Institucional/en/Grants/ScholarshipsAndGrants?a=3630
Additional ideas to try ...
Burroughs Wellcome Foundation
Fight for Sight
Finally, using any of the large search engines (Google, Bing, etc.) with terms like travel award neuroscience or similar can prove very fruitful.