Travel Scholarship Program

Travel scholarship donations help ISOQOL give more scholarships to Annual Conference attendees who are students, new investigators, patients or from developing countries. These scholarships include Annual Conference registration, one-year membership and support to offset travel costs.

#MovethePlane

Help ISOQOL #MovethePlane Again in 2020

Although the conference is virtual for 2020, the scholarship contributions from past years were awarded to student, new investigator, developing country and patient applicants to offset the cost of registration. Thank you to our past donors for their generosity!

Help ISOQOL continue building the Travel Scholarship Program by donating to this year’s #MovethePlane fundraiser!

2019 Winners

 

New Investigator and Student Scholarship

Kyle Kemp, MSc, Canada
Natasha Roberts, BN (hons), Australia
Antoinette Davey, MPhil, United Kingdom

 

Developing Countries Scholarship

Adesola Odole, PhD, Nigeria
Tatiana Nikitina, PhD, Russia
Allan Berrocal, Costa Rica

 

Patient Engagement Scholarship

Allyson Berent, United States
Yelak Biru, MSc, United States
Kristian Ahm Hansen, Denmark

2020 Winners

 

New Investigator and Student Scholarship

Sadia Ahmed, BHSc MSc, Canada
Julie A. Campbell, BEc (Hons) PhD, Australia
Michiel Luijten, MSc, Netherlands
John O’Dwyer, MSc, United Kingdom

 

Developing Countries Scholarship

Noelle Freitas, RN PhD, Brazil
Laila Akbar Ladak, PhD MScN BScN RN, Pakistan
Santam Chakraborty, MD, India
Adesola Odole, PhD, Nigeria

Corporate Scholarship Sponsors

To become a sponsor for the #MovethePlane fundraiser, contact info@isoqol.org.

Business Class ($5,000+)

Special thanks to Optum for donating to the #MovethePlane Travel Scholarship Fundraiser. Optum presented their donation to ISOQOL during the 2019 Annual Conference.

Economy Class ($1,000+)

Thank You!

Thank you to our donors for contributing to the Travel Scholarship Fund.
Names that appear in green are Frequent Flyers, or individuals who donated in 2018 and 2019.

Albert W. Wu

André Hajek

Anne Klassen

Antoine Regnault

Antonia V. Bennett

Canhua Xiao

Carol M. Moinpour

Carolyn C. Gotay

Carolyn E. Schwartz

Christopher J. Evans

Claudia C. Bellucci

Colleen Pedersen

Cynthia Gross

David Baumann

David T. Eton

Deborah M. Miller

Dennis Revicki

Diana Rofail

Diana Zidarov

Diane L. Fairclough

Elizabeth J. Gibbons

Galina Velikova

Helen Kitchen

Holger Muehlan

Hongmei Wang

Hwee-Lin Wee

I-Chan Huang

Jacob Lippa

Jane A. Scott

Jennifer A. Freel

Joan J. Branin

Jose M. Valderas

Joseph Cappelleri

Josephine M. Norquist

Karon F. Cook

Kathleen J. Yost

Kevin P. Weinfurt

Kim Cocks

Krister Cromm

Liliane Lins Kusterer

Lori Frank

Lori D. McLeod

Madeleine T. King

Mary Kane

Maryam Mozafarinia

Matthew J. Kerry

Melissa J. Rowthorn

Michael Brundage

Michael C. Runken

Michelle K. White

Mirjam A. G. Sprangers

Nalin Payakachat

Phantipa Sakthong

Rick Berzon

Rieko Izukura

Ron D. Hays

Samantha Walker

Sandra Nolte

Shawn McKown

Simon Pickard

Soo Borson

Stacie Hudgens

Tito R. Mendoza

Wenjie Duan

William Lenderking

The International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) is a global community of researchers, clinicians, health care professionals, industry professionals, consultants, and patient research partners advancing health related quality of life research (HRQL).

Together, we are creating a future in which patient perspective is integral to health research, care and policy.