SLEEP SRSF Undergraduate Trainee Travel Scholarship
These scholarships fund undergraduates to attend SLEEP.
Annual Award: Covers the cost of registration.
Funding Provided by the Sleep Research Society Foundation
This scholarship is offered for undergraduate trainees with an interest in pursuing a career in sleep or circadian rhythms. Trainees will be offered up to $1000 reimbursement for registration fees, travel, and lodging costs associated with attending SLEEP. To be eligible for the Undergraduate Trainee Travel Scholarship, trainees must complete and submit the application*, attend the Trainee Symposia Series (Trainee Day) ,and submit an evaluation form on site. Trainees who have never attended Trainee Day and who do not have any outside funding to attend SLEEP will be given preference for this scholarship, but all undergraduates are encouraged to apply. Trainees are welcome to apply to this scholarship in addition to the Trainee Merit award but will only be awarded one.
SRSF Scholarship to AASM Foundation’s Young Investigator Research Forum
The SRSF partners with the AASM Foundation to provide scholarships to attend the annual Young Investigator’s Research Forum that is aimed at providing guidance, tactics, and strategies to better position young investigators for a successful career in sleep and circadian research.
One Year Award: Covers the cost of registration.
2023 Scholarship Recipients
Sydney Aten, PhD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School
Leandro Brito, PhD
Oregon Health and Science University
Luciana Giorgio Cosenzo, PhD, MSW
University of Alabama School of Social Work
Ian Greenlund, PhD
Amy Hartman, PhD, OTR/L
University of Pittsburgh
SRSF Scholarship to the SRS Advances in Sleep & Circadian Science (ASCS) Meeting
This scholarship provides the opportunity to attend this single-track conference. The ASCS meeting includes sessions which contain extensive cutting-edge research discussions that bridge sleep and circadian science and specific trainee activities. Read More