CIO welcomes current fellows in training and residents for an opportunity to participate in the Resident & Fellow Activity Scholarship, which provides tuition assistance for the 2022 Symposium on Clinical Interventional Oncology (CIO).
This scholarship includes complimentary registration for the meeting and a $400 travel stipend provided in the form of a US check onsite at the meeting.
Eligibility for Scholarships
To be considered for a scholarship you will be required to:
Be enrolled in an accredited resident or fellowship program at the time of the meeting in September 2022
Submit a signed letter on letterhead from your program director confirming your status as a current resident or fellow in September 2022
Complete the application form
If accepted as a scholarship recipient, you will be required to:
Attend the entire meeting from Friday, September 23–Sunday, September 25, 2022, including any events designated as required for scholarship recipients.
Complete a brief survey post-activity
Applications will continue to be accepted until all spots are filled. A wait list will also be started. Please see below for approximate notification timelines.
April 25, 2022: Application Portal is open.
May 23 - June 30: Applicants notified of acceptance on a rolling basis. Waitlisted applicants will be notified as well
July 11: Registration Deadline–If you have been accepted for a scholarship and have not registered for CIO by July 11, your scholarship will be forfeited and offered to someone on the waitlist
August 1: Registration Cancellation Deadline–Cancellation requests must be received no later than August 1, 2022. Please email your cancellation request to Caitlin Eastman at firstname.lastname@example.org
The activity honorarium for residents and fellows may be subsidized by educational grants from Industry. More information to follow on supporting organizations.
For information regarding educational grant support opportunities, please contact Colleen Waters at email@example.com or 609.630.6203.