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2016 Freston Conference Receives NIH Support

March 30, 2016

NIH award will provide an $800 travel grant to each selected trainee and junior faculty member selected to present their research.

Organizers of the 2016 James W. Freston Conference, which focuses on intestinal metaplasia, are excited to announce that NIH will be sponsoring the conference through a R13 grant award. The award will provide an $800 travel grant to each trainee and junior faculty member selected to present their intestinal metaplasia research at the conference as a poster or oral presentation.

AGA encourages you to submit an abstract for the opportunity to showcase your research and receive one of these coveted travel grants. Don’t miss your chance to engage in focused scientific dialogue and identify opportunities for collaboration.

All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the conference organizing committee, and only 10 junior faculty and 15 trainees will be selected to present. A limited number of abstracts will be chosen for oral presentation. 

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