DeLill Nasser Award for Professional Development in Genetics
Graduate student and postdoctoral GSA members are eligible to apply for this award to support travel costs for national and international meetings
and laboratory courses. The award is named for long-time GSA member and National Science Foundation Program Director in Eukaryotic Genetics,
DeLill Nasser. It is given in recognition of the critical role she played in research and for her love of genetics. Visit the award website for more information. Applications will open in early October 2018.
GSA Poster Awards
Awards will be given for the best poster presentations by GSA student members. If you are a Genetics Society of America member, the first AND
presenting author on the abstract, and an undergraduate or graduate student you may nominate your poster for an award. Both scientific
merit and clarity of presentation will be taken into account. Winners will be announced at the conference. PIs and Postdocs who are GSA
members can indicate when they register if they would like to help with judging.
GSA Undergraduate Travel Awards
GSA Undergraduate Travel Awards are available to promote excellence in undergraduate research and education. This award will provide travel
support to undergraduate GSA members who will be presenting research findings at a GSA conference, including the International C. elegans conference. The application will open in March 2019. Learn more about applying for the Awards and contributing to the Award Fund.
Funds will be available to support the participation of students and others that might otherwise by unable to attend. Presenting authors are
given first priority when determining awards. Describe your need in the online travel award application that will be available October
1, 2018. You are not guaranteed that you will receive the amount you ask for on the application. No more than two people from the same
lab will be eligible for travel awards. Checks will be disbursed at the conference registration desk.