Bioactive Lipids in Cancer, Inflammation and Related Diseases

BBA-MCBL Travel Award for Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students

BBA-MCBL Travel Award for Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students
Sponsored by:
Elsevier is sponsoring the BBA – Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids Travel Award for a postdoctoral fellow or graduate student in conjunction with the Bioactive Lipids Conference.
  1. 1. The BBA-MCBL Travel Award in the amount of $750 is limited to postdoctoral fellows and graduate students.
  2. 2. Individuals seeking BBA-MCBL Travel Award must meet the eligibility requirements and apply as follows:
  1. a. All nominees must be registered to attend the conference and submit an abstract.
  2. b. Nominees must collect and assemble the following documents as a PDF file and email to the address below:
  1. I. A letter seeking the BBA-MCBL Travel Award that clearly and concisely states the needs and benefits of attending the conference (one page limit).
  2. II. A letter from the department Chairman or training supervisor, confirming the eligibility status (postdoctoral fellow or graduate student) of the applicant.
  3. III. The abstract submitted for the conference.
  1. 3. Applications for the BBA-MCBL Travel Award DOES NOT preclude an applicant from participating in the contests for the Santosh Nigam Outstanding Young Investigator Award or other Travel Awards. However, applications for each award must be submitted independent of the other.
  2. 4. Deadline for submitting abstracts and this Travel Award application is Sept. 4, 2022
  3. 5. An independent panel of judges will select the finalist and the award will be presented at the Gala Dinner during the conference (Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022). The winners MUST be present in person to receive the awards, lest they will be forfeited and presented to the runners-up at the discretion of the ERF Board of Directors.

Application and recommendation letters must be sent via email


Submission deadline date: Sept. 4, 2022

BBA Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids publishes papers on original research dealing with novel aspects of lipid  biology including the biosynthesis, degradation, and transport of lipids, the role of lipids and the lipidome in cells and whole organisms, and the regulation of lipid metabolism and function in normative health and disease states.

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