We are pleased to announce there are scholarship opportunities available for the 20th International Conference on Human Retrovirology (HTLV22). We will be offering a number of virtual scholarships for Low, Middle and Upper Middle Income Countries. 

Scholarship Application Deadline: CLOSED

A full scholarship will include conference registration. 

SELECTION CRITERIA

  • Very good (score 5) – The person has done an excellent job in clearly articulating the reasons for their interest in HTLV.
  • Good (score 4) – The person has done a good job in clearly articulating the reasons for their interest in HTLV.
  • Average (score 3) – The person has described their interest in HTLV.
  • Below average (score 2) – The person has some description about their interest in HTLV, but the response lacks considerable detail.
  • Poor (score 1) – The person has some description about HTLV, but the response lacks detail and is not well articulated.
  • Very good (score 5) – The person is clearly doing important research and/or work focused on enhancing the health of people with HTLV, and they have done an excellent job at clearly articulating the relevance and importance of their experience.
  • Good (score 4) – The person is clearly doing research and/or work focused on enhancing the health of people with HTLV, and they have done a good job at clearly articulating the relevance and importance of their experience.
  • Average (score 3) – The person is doing research and/or work focused on enhancing the health of people with HTLV but they could have done a better job at clearly articulating the relevance and importance of their experience.
  • Below average (score 2) – It is not clear how much research and/or work this person is doing with respect to enhancing the health of people with HTLV, and they have could have done a better job at clearly articulating the relevance and importance of their experience.
  • Poor (score 1) – The person did not do a good job at clearly highlighting their role in their organization and what they are specifically doing to enhance for the health of people with HTLV. They did not do a very good job at clearly articulating the relevance and importance of their experience.
  • Very good (score 5) – The person has done an excellent job describing why this conference is important to them.
  • Good (score 4) – The person has done a good job describing why this conference is important to them.
  • Average (score 3) – The person has described why this conference is important to them, but the response could have been more detailed.
  • Below average (score 2) – The person has some description about why this conference is important to them, but the response lacks considerable detail.
  • Poor (score 1) – The person has some description about why this conference is important to them, but the response lacks detail and is not well articulated.
  • Very good (score 5) – The person has articulately identified in detail the learning opportunities available to them by attending the conference.
  • Good (score 4) – The person has articulately identified the learning opportunities available to them by attending the conference.
  • Average (score 3) – The person has identified one or two learning opportunities available to them by attending the conference.
  • Below average (score 2) The person has provided a general response about the learning opportunities available to them by attending the conference.
  • Poor (score 1) – The person has provided some description about the learning opportunities available to them, but the response lacks detail and is not well articulated.

  • Very good (score 5) – They have clearly highlighted a comprehensive plan for the sharing of information and knowledge that they will acquire. They have provided some very concrete examples of how they will return from the conference and share the results/learnings.
  • Good (score 4) – They have highlighted a plan for the sharing of information and knowledge that they will acquire. They have provided an example of how they will return from the conference and share the results/learnings.
  • Average (score 3) –They have suggested some ways that they will share the information with their networks but provide little details in terms of a plan or any concrete examples for how they will actually achieve this.
  • Below average (score 2) –They have not really suggested ways that they will share the information with their networks, and do not provide details of a plan or any concrete examples for how they will achieve this.
  • Poor (score 1) –They have not suggested ways that they will share the information with their networks, and do not provide details of a plan or any concrete examples for how they will achieve this.
  • Very good (score 5) – The person has very clearly articulated why they need a scholarship to attend the conference. It is very clear that there is no other way that this person would be able to attend the conference if they did not have this funding to attend.
  • Good (score 4) – The person has clearly articulated why they need a scholarship to attend the conference. It is clear that there is no other way that this person would be able to attend the conference if they did not have this funding to attend.
  • Average (score 3) – The person has articulated why they need a scholarship to attend the conference. It is clear that it would be difficult for this person to attend the conference but may have other funding to attend.
  • Below average (score 2) – The person has tried to articulate why they need a scholarship to attend the conference but it is not clear why they need a scholarship to attend the conference. It is not clear if they may have other funding to attend.
  • Poor (score 1) – The person has not articulated why they need a scholarship to attend the conference. They did not do a very good job at indicating why attending this conference is important to them.

SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY 

To encourage the broadest participation in the conference, scholarships are available to successful applications from Low, Middle and Upper Middle Income Countries.