ISE Travel Grants

ISE Travel Grants

Travel Grant Applications are closed.

As part of its mission, the International Society of Endocrinology devotes financial support to young investigators and researchers, specifically from underserved regions, to present their research to an international audience at the International Congress of Endocrinology.

ISE is delighted to provide this opportunity through its Travel Grants Program which is available for the ICE 2024 congress in Dubai as well. The Program is now open for applications and participants can apply through the abstract submission system of the congress.

The travel grants include a contribution (not a full reimbursement) to travel and accommodation with varying amounts relative to the region the participant is located in. Registration for travel grant awardees to the ICE 2024 congress is complementary.

More detailed information about the funds available can be found below. Please be aware that payment can only be made by bank transfer, and after attendance at the ICE 2024 congress.

Please note that only online applications submitted through the abstract submission system will be considered.

Abstract submission deadline. Any application received after the deadline will not be considered

12 Sep 2023

Abstract acceptance announcement

November 2023

Travel grant allocation announcement

November 2023

The ICE 2024 Travel Grants Program is restricted to people residing in an ISE member country. First authorship of an abstract that is accepted for presentation in the official ICE 2024 scientific program is required.

Priority is given to:

  • People within 10 years post-PhD or MD (early career)
  • People residing in Low, Middle and Upper Middle Income countries as defined by the World Bank criteria.

Please note that if you have received a travel grant previously, or you obtain full support elsewhere, your submission cannot be considered.





ISE will provide a contribution towards the travel and accommodation cost to attend ICE 2024 based on the described below maximum amounts. Travel grant recipients are encouraged to book early once accepted and to not leave arrangements to the last minute.

It is the sole responsibility of the travel grant recipients to book their travel and accommodation.

Maximum amounts of contribution for travel and accommodation are:

  • Residents of Middle East countries: up to 750 USD
  • Residents of Europe, Africa and Asia countries: up to 1,000 USD
  • Residents of countries in the Americas and Pacific: up to 2,000 USD


Travel grant allocations will be announced by mid October at latest. Should your travel grant application be unsuccessful, you will still be eligible to register at the discount early bird rate until 12 December 2023.

Your national society is not an ISE Member yet?
If you are not currently from an ISE member country but wish to apply for a travel grant, please contact your national society to encourage them to become a member of ISE which will allow you to apply.


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