OBF Event Fellowship Application
DEADLINE for next round: April 1, 2023

The Open Bioinformatics Foundation (OBF) offers the OBF Event Fellowship program aimed at increasing diverse participation at events promoting open science practices such as open source bioinformatics resource development and dissemination in the biological research community.

These fellowships are available to support both in-person and remote (virtual) participation at events such as conferences, workshops, training courses or collaborative development sprints.

You can use this Word Document (create a copy) to draft your application: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tgzkHS84L8m3RwYoL7X86Axb6p_OiqNWaoJpiV4q8S0/

For information on how we will evaluate your application, please see: https://github.com/OBF/obf-docs/blob/master/Travel_fellowships.md

We are inviting applications from individuals seeking financial support to attend or host virtual events. If you plan to attend an in person event, please describe in your application how the Coronavirus pandemic induced restriction for gathering and travel will affect your plans.

If multiple members of a group are applying for this fellowship, please send your applications separately as the OBF Event Fellowship is aimed at supporting **individual applicants only**.

For more information, please contact the OBF Event Fellowship chair by emailing: board@open-bio.org
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Affiliation (Please note that your affiliations such as school, college, university, company, or research institute, is required for the reviewers to match your online profile such as GitHub repository or speaker list. This information will not impact the evaluation of your application.) *
Are you willing to write a blog post for OBF after the event? *
We require that recipients write a blog post after the event. You can write this on your own blog, or send us a post, and we will reference / host it on http://news.obf.io/. We will not send funds until you have posted your blog.
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