“What a great opportunity to learn about the many applications of lasers” and
“I met the most interesting people doing the most interesting things” are comments
indicative of those made by student/post-doc/resident attendees.
$30,000 in travel grants available for medical students, residents, undergraduate and graduate students, fellows-in–training, and post-doctoral fellows to attend the 31st ASLMS Annual Conference.
We Invite you to Join ASLMS
Review the many benefits of membership and join the ASLMS’ growing network of extraordinary laser professionals. Your membership entitles you to a FREE subscription to the scientific and clinical journal, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. The official journal of the Society is published and distributed to ASLMS members eleven times per year. The journal contains clinical studies, reviews and research reports about the latest findings and uses of lasers in all surgical and medical specialties.***The 2008 Impact Factors (IF) were released on June 19, 2009 . LSM's new IF is 3.539. This represents a 31% increase over our previous all-time high 2007 IF of 2.700.***
FREE Undergraduate Student Membership
A student who is seeking an undergraduate degree at an accredited educational institution may be admitted as an Undergraduate Student member. This class is non-voting. Undergraduate Student members shall not be required to pay dues or assessments.
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Graduate Student Membership (i.e. medical student, graduate student, resident, intern, fellow-in-training, post-doctoral fellow) - Annual Dues only $70
Any scientist, engineer, physician, or health care provider who has earned a bachelor’s degree, and is pursuing further education in science, engineering, biology, medicine, surgery or other related discipline may be considered for Graduate Student status.
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Looking for Funds to Support your Laser Research Projects?
The ASLMS annually awards research projects designed to foster the development and use of lasers and other related technologies in medical and surgical applications. In addition, as many as four student travel grants of $5,000 each may be awarded each year. We invite you to learn more about research grant opportunities.
ASLMS Student Research Grant Instructions/Guidelines
ASLMS Student Research Grant - Deadline: Monday, January 10, 2011; 11:59 p.m. (Central)