The UK CLL Forum aims to support the educational needs of its members, through the provision of travel grants, for non-tenured UK-based scientists / clinicians to support attendance at a meeting to present CLL-related research. Whilst we focus on facilitating attendance at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting, held each December, we will consider other meetings. For ASH meetings, we call for applications in October, where applicants selected for an oral presentation will be given priority.
For any queries, please contact Dr Alison Michie (Alison.Michie@glasgow.ac.uk), the Scientific Secretary to the UK CLL Forum.
Applications from non-tenured researchers are encouraged.
Reports from UK CLL Forum travel grant recipients
Mohammad Al-Agil from King’s College London received a travel award to attend the 2023 Artificial Intelligence, Causality and Personalised Medicine Symposium (AICPM) which was held in Germany in September. A report from him can be found here.
Emma Kennedy received a travel award to attend the 30th European Hematology Association congress (EHA 2022), which was held in Vienna at the start of June. A report from her can be found here.
Fisal Tantoush (University of Hull) received a travel award to attend the British Society for Immunology Congress in November 2021 in Edinburgh. A report from him can be found here.
Daniel Friedman (Kings College London) received a travel award to attend the 2021 American Society of Hematology Annual Congress. A report from him can be found here.