ATA Trainee Grant Recipients
The ATA Trainees’ Grant is a space limited opportunity open to trainees, fellows, residents, medical and graduate students and offers discounted meeting registration, complimentary shared sleeping room accommodations, and additional educational opportunities to support our early career members coming to the meeting. See list of ATA Trainee Grant Recipients by Year
2016 E. Chester Ridgway Trainee Conference Recipients (PDF File, 31 KB)
2015 E. Chester Ridgway Trainee Conference Recipients (PDF File, 133 KB)
2014 E. Chester Ridgway Trainee Conference Recipients (PDF File, 98KB)
2013 E. Chester Ridgway Trainee Conference Recipients (PDF File, 86KB)
ATA Poster Contest Awardees
This is a unique opportunity offered to young investigator presenters on accepted ATA abstracts to showcase their research to ATA leaders (committee members and chairs). Each year over 80 individuals register for the contest. Posters are judged on the criteria of scientific merit and presentation. Winners of the poster contest are awarded complimentary registration to the following year’s Annual Meeting in addition to recognition at the meeting and on the ATA sites.
Congratulations to the following Trainee Poster Contest Winners! Read more about these outstanding young investigators and their winning abstracts here
ATA Annual Meeting Case Discussion Presenters
Each year we invite all trainees, fellows, students, and residents who are attending the Annual Meeting of the American Thyroid Association to submit an interesting case(s) for the ATA E. Chester Ridgway Trainee Conference case discussion sessions. Historically three sessions consisted of case presentations by trainees to experts in the thyroid field in the following topic areas Thyroid Nodules, Thyroid Function, and Thyroid Cancer. These sessions are highly interactive, very educational and informative. One presenter from each session chosen at random is awarded a complimentary ATA Banquet Ticket. A call for submissions will go out in July to all of our Associate Members and Program Directors.
We would like to thank the following trainees for presenting their interesting cases and contributing to the Annual Meeting program.
ATA Research Grant Recipients
The American Thyroid Association (ATA), in partnership with ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors” Association, Inc., and Bite Me Cancer in its support of young scientists working in the field of thyroidology awards grants each year to researchers studying a range of topics related to thyroid disease, thyroid cancer, and thyroid biology. The ATA Research committee reviews the proposals annually and makes recommendation for projects to be funded.
Congratulations to the Thyroid Research Grant recipients!