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Student Member Resources

CBS Travel Awards

Each year, the society provides travel awards to students who demonstrate excellence in their field. This applies to the World Congress, the Canadian conferences, and the American Society for Biomaterials annual meetings.  Applications for travel awards are submitted at the same time as abstract submission.  All students applying as presenting authors are eligible, provided both they and their supervisors (the corresponding author) are members in good standing of the Canadian Biomaterials Society.

10th World Biomaterials Congress (Montreal, PQ, 2016) award winners

32nd Annual Meeting (Toronto, 2015) award winners

31st Annual Meeting (Halifax, 2014) award winners

30th Annual Meeting (Ottawa, 2013) award winners

9th World Biomaterials Congress (Chengdu, China, 2012) award winners

29th Annual Meeting (Vancouver, 2011) award winners


Conference Presentation Awards

At each CBS conference, students are recognized for their oral and poster presentations.  These awards are judged at the conference, and all students persenting are eligible.

32nd Annual Meeting (Toronto, 2015) award winners

31st Annual Meeting (Halifax, 2014) award winners

30th Annual Meeting (Ottawa, 2013) award winners

29th Annual Meeting (Vancouver, 2011) award winners


CBS Visiting Scholar Award

The Canadian Biomaterials Society provides an annual Visiting Scholar award of up to $3000 to give to the most promising young scientists the opportunity to visit another university / lab with common research interests and stimulate their interest to pursuit their career in the field of biomaterials. The application deadline is July 1 each year. Click here for details on the award criteria and how to apply.

2015 Award Winner - Juliana Valencia-Serna

2012 Award Winner - Azadeh Gourdazi

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