ASN * American Society for Neurochemistry
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Jordi Folch-Pi Award
The Jordi Folch-Pi Award is given to an outstanding young investigator who has demonstrated a high level of research competence and originality, who has significantly advanced our knowledge of neurochemistry and who shows a high degree of potential for
future accomplishments.
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Marian Kies Award
The Marian Kies Memorial Award is given to a junior scientist for outstanding research conducted during graduate training.
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Bernard Haber Award
This award recognizes an individual whose outstanding leadership skills have fostered collaborations
among the world's 
neuroscientists.
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Young Investigator Educational Enhancement (YIEE) Travel Awards
The ASN offers financial assistance for late pre-doctoral and early post-doctoral fellows to subsidize travel to our annual meeting.

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Young Latin American Scholar (YLAS) Travel Award
The ASN offers scholarships for young neuroscientists from Latin American countries. These awards subsidize travel expenses to
attend our Annual Meeting, along with a visit, for a period not shorter than one additional week, to an established neuroscience
laboratory in North America.
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ASN NEURO Travel Award

One outstanding graduate student or post-doctoral fellow from the YIEE Travel Awards recipients will receive a $500 travel award
from ASN NEURO to attend the ASN annual meeting
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Sanofi Travel Award
One outstanding, translationally-focused post-doctoral fellow from the YIEE Travel Award recipients will receive $1000 travel award from Sanofi to attend the ASN annual meeting.
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BioLegend Travel Award
Recognizes young investigators who have successfully utilized antibody-based techniques in their research. 
One outstanding graduate student or post-doctoral fellow from the YIEE Travel Awards recipients will receive a $1000 travel award from BioLegend to attend the ASN annual meeting.