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Travel grants

Keep an eye on the TROG e-newsletter or this page for future travel grant opportunities.

 


TROG 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting Grants

TROG is offering travel grants to assist affiliate members attending the TROG 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting in Auckland from March 6-9 2017. Through the generous sponsorship of Varian Medical Systems and TROG Cancer Research, travel grants are available to a value of $1,400 each and are to be used for expenses incurred in attending the ASM.

To apply, please complete the registration form and email it with the supporting documents to trudi.wynne@trog.com.au

Applications close Wednesday 18 January 2017.

 

           

 

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