Jasmine Khouja awarded a travel grant award from the International Society for Developmental Origins of Health
25 October 2017
Jasmine Khouja was awarded a travel grant award of £500 from the DOHaD society to attend DOHaD 2017 in Rotterdam.
Jasmine, a PhD student in the Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group (TARG), was awarded a travel grant award of £500 from the International Society for Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) to attend DOHaD 2017 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Jasmine was awarded the grant in July and attended in Ocober. The award was one of 21 Young Investigator Travel awards offered to prsenting authors of top scoring abstracts who were PhD students and / or under the age of 40.