The Symington Bequest
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The Trustees of the Symington Bequest Fund can make grants to Society Members towards costs associated with anatomical research. These may be for specific purposes - for example the setting up of the Human Embryo Database developed out of initial grants from the Symington Fund - or more commonly for a contribution to the costs associated with presenting and participating in scientific meetings.
Applicants must be members who have been elected to membership by Council for at least a year. Applicants annual membership subscriptions must also be up to date. Applicants are only eligible to apply for one Symington Award in any one financial year (1st October to 30th September).
Applications for the special awards to participate (present an abstract) at the IFAA 2019 Congress will only be accepted for the Round 2 (deadline date for receipt of application 07.02.19), Round 3 (deadline date for receipt of application 14.03.19), Round 4 (deadline date for receipt of application 17.04.19) and Round 5 (deadline for receipt of applications 07.06.19) Award application Rounds.
The Society is pleased to announce that its Symington Bequest Awards and Barclay Smith awards are available to help members participate (present an abstract) in the IFAA 2019 Congress, 9th to 11th August 2019, ExCel Centre, London. As with previous International Congresses supported and/or organised by the Society, we will increase our support for members to participate (present an abstract) as follows:
|For the 2019 IFAA Congress, 9th to 11th August 2019, London||Maximum Total Funding|
|Symington Bequest Funding – OECD Lower Tier Countries Only*||Up to £1000 towards Registration Fee, Travel and Accommodation|
|Symington Bequest Funding – All Other Countries (e.g.UK, Ireland, USA)||Up to £400 towards Registration Fee Only|
|Barclay Smith Funding**||Up to £400 comprising |
Registration Fee (up to £200) and Travel and Accommodation (up to £200)
** Available only to 'young members'. The term 'young members' is normally interpreted to include both those of lecturer status or below and aged 30 years or below.
6 rounds per year, deadline is 2 weeks prior to Council meeting.
For further information contact the Executive Administrator at: firstname.lastname@example.org.