Why Attend a GRC?
GRC holds over 250 conferences and seminars each year covering a wide range of research in the biological, chemical, and physical sciences. Attending a GRC offers tremendous access to cutting-edge research presentations and discussions, and the informal atmosphere and smaller size of a GRC provides the best opportunity to develop collaborations, get new ideas for your own work - and plan for the next stage of your scientific career.
All scientists, including post docs and graduate students, are encouraged to apply to attend the GRC in their field. All conferences offer the opportunity to maximize your experience by submitting a poster for the poster sessions.
Why should you participate in a GRC?
- Cutting-edge, unpublished research is presented and discussed
- Outstanding opportunities for networking and collaboration
- Meet and interact with the leaders in your field
- Present your research and get valuable feedback from top scientists during poster sessions
- Discuss your ideas in a relaxed and informal atmosphere
The GRC Carl Storm Underrepresented Minority (CSURM) Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for URM graduate students, post docs, faculty and scientists to receive funding assistance to attend their first GRC.