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Alan Hall and Norton B. Gilula Travel Awards

To support the next generation of researchers, JCB provides the Alan Hall and Norton B. Gilula Travel Awards that allow undergraduates, graduates, and early-career postdocs to attend the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology and the European Molecular Biology Organization.

Eligibility:

Alan Hall Travel Award

Established in memory of Alan Hall, former JCB Editor-in-Chief. Open to outstanding graduate students, and first year postdocs whose work being presented at ASCB was performed while a PhD or MD/PhD student, who excelled in their research as trainees. The winner will be presented with a certificate during the meeting and receive reimbursement for travel and per diem expenses up to $1,000 USD.

Norton B. Gilula Travel Award

Established in memory of Norton B. “Bernie” Gilula, former JCB Editor-in-Chief. Open to outstanding graduate or undergraduate students who excelled in their research as trainees. The winner will be presented with a certificate during the meeting and receive reimbursement for travel and per diem expenses up to $1,000 USD.

2019 Award Recipients

Devashish Dwivedi
2019 Alan Hall Travel Award

Devashish Dwivedi recently completed his PhD under the supervision of Dr. Mahak Sharma at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Mohali, where he investigated the molecular mechanisms underlying the cell and centrosome cycle. Devashish will be continuing his work on a similar theme in the laboratory of Dr. Patrick Meraldi at University of Geneva where he recently joined as postdoctoral fellow. At the ASCB/EMBO conference, Devashish will be presenting a poster entitled “Mitosis Specific Dynein Adaptor Hook2, Regulates the Cell Cycle Progression and its Mitotic Localisations are Regulated by the Mitotic Kinase Plk1.”

Sanchari Datta
2019 Norton B. Gilula Travel Award

Sanchari Datta is a graduate student in Dr. Mike Henne’s laboratory in the Cell Biology Department at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas. She is interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms of how Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) – Lipid droplet (LD) inter-organelle communication is mediated to maintain lipid homeostasis. As a part of this research, she recently characterized the cerebellar ataxia-associated sorting nexin protein, Snx14, which promotes LD growth at ER-LD contacts. Sanchari will be presenting a poster at the ASCB/EMBO meeting on this work.

Application:

To be notified when applications are again being considered in September 2020, please contact the editorial office

Note: Applicants are expected to fully understand and abide by policies, guidelines, and rules set for by their institution(s) with regard to travel awards and grants, and may not hold The Rockefeller University Press liable for their failure to receive an award under any circumstances. Rockefeller University Press does not support in-kind travel arrangements. Acceptance of the check constitutes permission for The Rockefeller University Press to use the winner’s name, likeness, and entry for purposes of advertising and trade without further compensation, unless prohibited by law.
Photo of Alan Hall courtesy of the Biozentrum
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