If you’re a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, 38 or younger, who was born abroad, consider applying for the Vilcek Foundation Prize for Creative Promise in Biomedical Science. One scientist will receive a $25,000 cash prize, and four finalists will receive $5,000 each. Applications are due August 14, 2011. For more information or to apply, visit www.vilcek.org.
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In addition to their quarterly grant program, once a year the Medical Research Foundation (MRF) recognizes Oregonians who are performing cutting edge research and demonstrating outstanding leadership. View the official call for nominations, and please consider nominating your most talented and promising colleagues for an award. Nominations are due August 26, 2011. For more information, visit the MRF website or contact Amy Von Jenef at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to OHSU School of Nursing’s Dena H. Hassouneh, PhD, ANP, PMHNP, for her selection as a 2011 Macy Faculty Scholar! The Macy Faculty Scholars program launched in December 2010. The program aims “to accelerate needed reforms in health professions education to accommodate the dramatic changes occurring in medical practice and health care delivery.” Dr. Hassouneh was chosen out of a national search to be one of five members in the inaugural class of awardees. … Read More
The following School of Medicine Graduate Studies Awards are due March 31, 2011. For more information, click the links below: Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award – For an outstanding Master’s thesis by a School of Medicine graduate student who will graduate in June 2011. The individual will be recognized at the School of Medicine Commencement Ceremony on June 6, 2011. John A. Resko Ph.D. Dissertation Award – For an outstanding Ph.D. dissertation by a School of … Read More
Nominations are due Friday, March 25, for the School of Medicine (SOM) Faculty Senate Award for Research. The purpose of this award is to recognize a faculty member for his or her excellence based upon evidence of sustained research productivity spanning a period of at least five years. The awardee must have evidence of local, national or (preferably) international recognition of excellence in research. Tangible forms of evidence may include the nominee’s publication record, research … Read More
The Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research has opened its 2011 call for nominations. Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson, the $100,000 Award recognizes scientists in academic and industrial research around the world – including in the field of biomedical engineering – whose efforts have made transformational contributions towards the improvement of human health. Nomination forms are located online and will be accepted until February 15, 2011. Award nominees will be evaluated by an independent … Read More