- Call for Abstracts
- General Information
The Albert Baikie Memorial Medal is given to recognise the best oral presentation, by a new investigator who is a financial member of the Society. The winner receives a $5,000 prize and is presented with the Baikie Memorial Medal. This prestigious award is open to new investigators who were awarded their postgraduate qualification in Australia or overseas (MSc, FRACP, FRCPA or PhD, or overseas equivalent) within the past 5 years. Special consideration may be made by Council for those people who wish to apply for but who, for other reasons, completed their postgraduate qualification more than 5 years ago.
All applications will be assessed by a sub-committee of the HSANZ and will be judged on the quality and originality of the work and presentation. The closing date for applications is the same as for abstract submission (21 June 2019), finalists will present as part of the Young Investigator Symposium and the winner will be announced in the close of the Meeting on Wednesday.
The MFA is pleased to announce the association will provide awards of $1500 each for two prizes for myeloma research to presenters at the Blood 2019 Meeting.
The eligibility criteria are as follows:
*MFA reserves the right not to make an award if no abstract of sufficient standing in the relevant field is identified.
The Councils will award a prize for the best Nurses Free Communications presentation. Judging will take place during the Meeting and the winner announced on the final Nurses session.
The Councils will award a prize for the best Nurses poster based on evaluation of the content and artwork. Judging will take place during the Meeting and the winner announced on the final Nurses session.
The Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand (HSANZ) provides a number of travel grants to support members to attend the Blood Meeting.
General Criteria: To be eligible to apply for these trave grants, all applicants must:
Applications will be assessed by the HSANZ Council and applicants will be advised of the outcome four weeks before the meeting. Applicants may also apply for the Albert Baikie Award.
Travel grants available to members who have attained their post graduate qualification in Australia or overseas (MSc, FRACP, FRCPA, PhD or overseas equivalent) within the past 5 years. Trainee members are eligible but members in positions where funding for travel is normally provided (eg hospital staff specialists) will not be considered for travel awards. Applicants must be proposed
General criteria as outlined above apply to these awards.
Travel grants will be available to members who are medical laboratory scientists working in hospital or private service haematology laboratories. General criteria as outlined above apply to these awards.
Travel grants will be available to HSANZ members who are nurses. General criteria as outlined above apply to these awards.