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Grants and awards
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Applied Microbiology International administers grants to help its members with a variety of needs including training, meeting support, career development and assistance in attending conferences. There are different eligibility criteria and closing dates for each grant scheme, so please check each grants terms and conditions for further information about how to apply.
You can view all current grants by clicking the links on this page.
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Grant applications are assessed by grants panels who are usually considering many applications at any one time. To help the process, please keep your applications as clear as possible and provide all information that is requested.
For Full Members to provide resources to enhance education and training of applied microbiology in developing countries.
For newly appointed lecturers, in their first permanent academic appointment in a higher education institute, to pump-prime their microbiological research.
For Student and Associate Members wishing to attend AMI events.
For Associate and Full Members hosting online or in-person events in applied microbiology.
For Associate and Full Members supervising a postgraduate research student.
For Associate and Full Members wishing to present their work at international scientific meetings.
This grant is designed to support the activities of our Global Ambassadors.
For Associate and Full Members wishing to attend a scientific meeting.
For undergraduate students and recent graduates to obtain hands-on experience under the supervision of Associate and Full Members.
AMI wishes to support PhD projects that will further the science of applied microbiology and undertake ambitious and novel research with a primary focus on tackling one of the Society’s significant challenges set out in the current strategy.
For members with home responsibilities wishing to attend applied microbiology meetings.