Benefits of Affiliation
Metabolomics Society International Affiliations
The Metabolomics Society seeks the opportunity to work more closely with both regional and national metabolomics communities, to jointly advance and promote the development, adoption and application of metabolomics approaches in scientific research.
Accordingly, the Board of Directors has developed a framework to establish more formal relationships with established metabolomics organizations or networks. The Society anticipates that these relationships will enhance both parties' effectiveness and promote public awareness of one another's resources, such as publications, services and electronic information, and to communicate with one another in a timely manner regarding the planning of conferences to maximize synergies and advertising. Another important aim is to pursue joint initiatives of mutual benefit, such as organizing application-specific metabolomics meetings as well as training opportunities for scientists at all levels and from all biological disciplines.
The Early-career Members Network of the Metabolomics Society
Travel Grant 2019: Award Scheme
The Early-career Members Network of the Metabolomics Society Travel Grant aims at providing support to Early-Career scientists* to attend and actively participate in national and international events related to the metabolomics field that will promote their professional development.
Eligible applicants must be:
- A member of the Metabolomics Society; and
- Within 5 years of obtaining their highest degree.
Winners will be notified by e-mail by May 2019 and announced on the Metabolomics Society website and in the MetaboNews. Travel awards will be valid through 12 months from the date of announcement. Selected abstract and conference reports will be published in the MetaboNews and/or on the Metabolomics Society website.
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*All members of the Metabolomics Society that are graduate students (Masters or PhD) or within 5-years post PhD while being in a training position (e.g. post-doc) are considered Early-Career scientists. In certain cases where someone if beyond the 5-year post-PhD limit, exceptions can be made if time off was taken for personal reasons (e.g. family, career break). Any persons with 5-years full-time work experience (or equivalent) after obtaining their PhD shall not be considered an Early Career scientist.