4th International Symposium on Hepatitis Care in Substance Users
We are pleased to announce a number of Scholarship opportunities are available for the 4th International Symposium on Hepatitis Care in Substance Users Conference 2015. We will be offering a number of full scholarships and partial scholarships.

There will be two different classes of scholarships, including:

New Investigators Scholarship - Deadline: Friday 19 June 2015 - CLOSED

Community-Based Scholarship - Deadline: Monday 29 June 2015 - CLOSED

A Full Scholarship will include:

• Conference registration
• Travel in economy class
• Accommodation at a conference recommended hotel.

A Partial Scholarship will include:

• Conference registration

New Investigators Scholarship Criteria - CLOSED
  • Currently enrolled in a BSc, PhD or Masters Degree
  • You MUST submit an abstract before the deadline of Friday 19 June 2015 (scholarship questions are built in to the submission process)
  • New Investigator Scholarships will be allocated according the top-ranked peer-reviewed abstracts
For further details about the New Investigators Scholarships please click here for further details. 

Community-Based Scholarships Criteria - CLOSED
  • Work or volunteer in a drug user organisation or a grassroots-non government organisation
NOTE: When allocating scholarships, INHSU will be prioritising the attendance of community members living with hepatitis C (or have had previously had hepatitis C) and/or people who have a history of injecting drug use. Further, five full community-based scholarships have been made available for participants from Ukraine, Georgia, Thailand, Malaysia and India to participant in the meeting. For more information about the Community-Based Scholarships, please click here for further details. 

The INHSU Scholarship programs rely on funding from commercial, government and non-government sources. The Scholarship applications are reviewed by an independent panel. Commercial sponsors are not involved in or consulted on the scholarship scoring process. 

All applicants must complete the application truthfully and advise the Conference Secretariat if their situation changes.