Grants and Awards
IPVC 2020 postponed to July 20-24, 2020
A number of grants and awards will be offered to early career researchers presenting an abstract at IPVC 2020. Early career researchers are those who are currently graduate students or those who completed their clinical training or PhD 10 years ago or less. Abstract submitters should indicate their eligibility for these awards at the time of the abstract submission process. No special application is required. Those selected for and accepting a grant must be active members of IPVS.
Due to donor conditions, some of the available grants are open to early career researchers from any low- and middle-income country and some are specifically for applicants from Africa, the Indo-Pacific region or to indigenous Australians. You will be asked in the abstract submission process to indicate your eligibility for these grants.
Deadline to submit an abstract to apply for a grant: Tuesday, October 1, 2019.
Participation grant recipients were notified for the updated terms by email on Thursday, May 8, 2020.
Participation Grant Recipients 2020
International Papillomavirus Society Participation Grant
Eric Chow, Australia
Cindrilla Chumduri, Germany
Li Zhang, China
International Papillomavirus Society Participation Support
Njika Atemnkeng, United Kingdom
Petra Woestenberg, Netherlands
Robine Donken, Canada
Brandon Lam, United States
Dorothy Machalek, Australia
Isao Murakami, Japan
Hella Pasmans, Netherlands
Maisa Pinheiro, United States
Mark Polizzotto, Australia
Vanessa Porter, Canada
Darcy Rao, United States
Rui Gil da Costa, Portugal
IPVC 2018 - Local Organizing Committee Participation Grant
The organizing committee for the IPVC2018 meeting in Sydney has also contributed scholarship funds to support delegates from low and lower-middle income countries attending IPVC 2020. A minimum of two awards were given to delegates from the Indo-Pacific (including India), one award was offered to an Australian Indigenous delegate, and up to two awards were given to delegates from Africa.
- Huifang Xu, China
- Smita Joshi, India
- Nyi Nyi Soe, Myanmar
- Aamod Shrestha, Nepal
- Gad Murenzi, Rwanda
- Muluken Gizaw, Ethiopia
- Lerato Makhale, South Africa
IPVC 2017 - Local Organizing Committee Participation Grant
Wendy Dhlomo, South Africa
Alltalents Murahwa, South Africa
Anne Njoroge, Kenya
Keletso Phohlo, South Africa
Ongeziwe Taku, South Africa
Several delegates’ participation at IPVC 2020 Conference is supported by industry. To view industry-supported travel grant recipients, please visit this page.