Travel Grant / Abstract Grant
A limited number of travel grants/ abstract grants will be made available to young scientists who are aged 35 or younger (born on or after 1 January 1987) and for interrupted study time due to maternity/caring parents or other justified time off the clock, whose abstracts have been accepted for oral or poster presentation.
Travel grants are only eligible for on-site participants. Those awardees will receive travel support and free registration to the congress. The travel grant amount will be transferred to the presenting author’s bank account after the congress.
Digital participant are only eligible for abstract grants. Those awardees will receive free registration to the digital congress.
Interested scientists should click the appropriate checkbox during the online abstract submission process.
You will be required to upload a copy of your passport with readily readable date of birth as proof of eligibility, or a copy of your maternity leave certification or other justified cause certification.
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Applications without passport copy or arriving after 18 May 2022, 23.59h CET will not be considered.
(If you have difficulties uploading your passport copy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recipients of mentioned grants will be notified in July 2022, after notification of abstract acceptance.
Applications for travel grants and abstract grants will not be accepted for authors of Late Breaking News abstracts!
Best Young Investigator Oral Presentations:
Annalisa Colombi (Verona, IT)
CSF inflammatory profile in patients with chronic active lesions is distinctive and consistent with innate and adaptive immune activation
Stephanie Meier (Basel, CH)
Serum glial fibrillary acidic protein compared with neurofilament light chain as biomarker for multiple sclerosis disease progression
Victoria Leavitt (New York, US)
Women have higher brain reserve against functional decline in MS than men
Mads Alexander Madsen (Hvidovre, DK)
Linking cortical demyelination to changes in brain metabolism in multiple sclerosis: a 7T MR spectroscopy study
Catherine Larochelle (Montreal, CA)
Peripheral blood immune markers associated with immunosenescence in multiple sclerosis and healthy controls
Christian Cordano (San Francisco, US)
Myelin water fraction of the corpus callosum is a robust measure of remyelination in a double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial
Sarmad Al-Araji (London, UK)
Bayesian prediction of individualised treatment response in multiple sclerosis
Best Oral Presentation:
Laurits Taul-Madsen (Aarhus, DK)
Identifying multiple sclerosis fallers by neuromuscular function
Stefan M. Gold (Berlin, GER)
Online intervention to reduce depressive symptoms in multiple sclerosis: an international multicenter randomized controlled phase III trial
Mathilde Lefort (Rennes, FR)
Impact of education level on multiple sclerosis disability progression in France
Marie Kierkegaard (Stockholm, SE)
High-intensity Resistance Training in Fatigued Persons with Multiple Sclerosis – a Randomized Controlled Trial
Davide Catteneo (Milan, IT)
Balance Assessment Using Stabilometric Platform in Multiple Sclerosis: a Preliminary Fnirs Study
Ilse Lamers (Hasselt, BE)
Psychometric Properties of the Modified Reaching Performance Scale in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis