Awards

Betty Hay Award

The EMT field has developed from the pioneering work of Dr. Elizabeth Hay and her students during the late 1970s when she began to discuss the differences between epithelial cells and mesenchymal cells in the embryo. The first experimental investigation of EMT developed from the immersion of embryonic epithelial cells into an extracellular matrix (Greenburg and Hay, 1982).

TEMTIA recognizes her seminal contributions to the field through the Betty Hay Lecture, delivered at the EMT Conference and the awarding of the Betty Hay Award for a young female scientist who has established her laboratory within the last 5 years.

The successful Betty Hay Award recipient will receive an award of € 500.

Guidelines for Applicants:

  • The Betty Hay Award is open to female postdoctoral research scientists who have established their laboratories within the last 5 years
  • The applicant must be a current member of TEMTIA.
  • The applicant must be registered and paid for the meeting.
  • The following supporting documents are required. They can be uploaded via the Abstract Submission Form.
    • Curriculum vitae of the applicant: this should occupy no more than one single sheet and include a list of recent publications.
    • An abstract submission for presentation

TEMTIA Travel Bursaries

The TEMTIA travel bursaries are aimed at providing vital financial assistance to attend the TEMTIA conferences. The benefits of attending quality scientific talks and exchanges, and interacting and networking with senior scientists and fellow researchers from all over the world, are immense.

Guidelines for Applicants:

  • The applicant must be a current member of TEMTIA.
  • The applicant must be a student or junior postdoctoral fellow (< 3 years post-doc)
  • National and international delegates are eligible to apply
  • Successful TEMTIA travel bursary applicants will be awarded 250 euros (based on 5 awards selected and available funds) for partial support of travel expenses.
  • The Award will be made after the meeting.

    To submit your application please complete the details below:

    Your First Name

    Your Last Name

    Your Email Address

    Please upload your confirmation of student status (from Head of Department or equivalent) or copy of PhD award certificate. Maximum size 9MB, doc, docx or pdf format.

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    TEMTIA Poster Awards

    Posters will be judged by the TEMTIA Committee and co-opted judges. Several (4-6) awards will be announced during the last session.

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