ACP travel grants available for early-career members to attend Internal Medicine Meeting 2020

To be eligible for a grant, an applicant must be a dues-paid, post-training member of the College, must have graduated from medical school within the past 16 years, and must be living in the United States. Applications are due Oct. 14.


The ACP Travel Grants Program is now accepting applications for support of $2,000 to selected early-career, domestic ACP Members and Fellows to attend ACP's Internal Medicine Meeting 2020, to be held April 23-25 in Los Angeles. In addition to the travel grant, recipients also receive complimentary registration to the meeting.

To be eligible, an applicant must be a dues-paid, post-training member of the College, must have graduated from medical school within the past 16 years, and must be living in the United States. As long as dues are paid for this current membership year, applicants are eligible to apply.

In awarding grants, priority will be given to applicants attending their first ACP Internal Medicine Meeting, physicians serving in rural or underserved communities, physicians of diverse backgrounds, and those without a significant source for CME funding.

Applicants must include a 500-word essay on how attending the meeting will benefit them and the patients they serve. Applicants should attach their curriculum vitae to the application. All materials are due by Monday, Oct. 14. Grant recipients will be announced on Monday, Nov. 25.