Sinéad Kinsella Bursary Submission Guidelines
2 page (maximum) description of the research project
Brief Introduction (1 short paragraph)
The remainder to be comprised of the following sections:
Potential Impact of the project
Dissemination plan for results
Supervision and research infrastructure
Location where recipient will be undertaking the research
Confirmation that the INS research bursary will be acknowledged as part of the funding section of all research output undertaken by the recipient during the period funded by the bursary
Awardees will give a talk at the following INS ASM to discuss how the bursary advanced their career and acknowledge the sponsor associated with the award that year
Submissions selected for shortlisting will be asked to submit a more detailed proposal to go for peer review.
The INS reserves the right to not award the bursary if the submission are not deemed of a sufficient merit and the award will be carried over.