Global Health Awards (GHAs) bring scientists from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to select Keystone Symposia meetings, where they may participate in discussions on the forefront of science and medicine. The program aims to provide researchers from diverse backgrounds and limited resource settings with the opportunities afforded by attending top tier scientific conferences, including:
- Insights into the latest scientific, technological, and clinical advances and innovative new directions.
- Sharing their work with global research leaders.
- Invaluable networking and career development opportunities.
- Educational training on the state and direction of the field.
These awards are open to students, fellows, career scientists and clinicians from LMICs, and are made possible in part through Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation support, and other global partners. The awards cover LiveStream virtual meeting registration. Free registration will be provided for all individuals that are from and live/work in LMICs. Awardees will not be able to submit abstracts for this type of registration.
If you are eligible and wish to be considered for an award, click here. You will have to complete the application by the Global Health Award Deadline for the meeting you wish to attend.