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Hans-Monga Family Trainee Travel Award Fund

Hans-Monga Trainee Travel

Amar Singh HansThe Hans - Monga- ASIP Trainee Travel Award Fund, honoring the memory of the late Drs. Amar Singh Hans and Satwant Kaur Monga, was established by ASIP member Dr. Satdarshan (Paul) S. Monga and his wife, Dr. Dulabh Kaur Monga, to honor the memory of their late parents. The Fund establishes two trainee travel awards for excellence in research in the areas of cardiovascular biology and neoplasia.

The Hans - Monga- ASIP Trainee Travel Award for Excellence in Cardiovascular Research supports travel to the ASIP Annual Meeting of an ASIP trainee member who submits an abstract that includes data relevant to experimental studies in cardiovascular pathobiology. Candidates for the Hans - Monga-ASIP Trainee Travel Award for Excellence in Cardiovascular Research should submit an application upon submission of their abstract to the ASIP Annual Meeting. The awardee will be chosen by the ASIP Program Committee on the basis of excellence in cardiovascular pathobiology research. The award honors the father of Dr. Dulabh Kaur Monga, Dr. Amar Singh Hans, who was the head of the department of Forestry at Punjab Agriculture University in Ludhiana, Punjab, India. He ran a very successful department at the Institute and mentored several junior faculty and trainees who have gone on to develop their own research and academic programs in India and abroad. He spent significant time in Kitwe, Zambia to establish an academic program in Forestry at the National Council for Scientific Research. He was the recipient of the Bullard Scholarship in 1980 that allowed him to conduct research at Harvard University in the area of Biodiversity in Managed Forests. Dr. Hans died due to an acute myocardial infarction at the age of 49 while working in India.

Satwant Kaur MongaThe Hans-Monga-ASIP Trainee Travel Award for Excellence in Neoplasia Research supports travel to the ASIP Annual Meeting of an ASIP trainee member who submits an abstract that includes data relevant to experimental studies in neoplasia. Candidates for the Hans - Monga - ASIP Trainee Travel Award for Excellence in Neoplasia Research should submit an application upon submission of their abstract to the ASIP Annual Meeting. The awardee will be chosen by the ASIP Program Committee on the basis of excellence in neoplasia research. The award honors the mother of Dr. Satdarshan (Paul) S. Monga, Dr. Satwant Kaur Monga, who was the Chief Medical Officer at Lady Duffrin Hospital in Patiala, Punjab India. She was a practicing obstetrician and gynecologist in the Punjab Civil Medical Services. A renowned surgeon with expertise in complex women health-related surgeries, she was recognized on numerous occasions for her professionalism, competence, and service to both patients and the government. She was diagnosed with pancreatic adenocarcinoma at the age of 56 and despite two surgeries and chemoradiation, succumbed to the disease at 58.