|PRIZE OPPORTUNITIES -
We have compiled a listing of prize opportunities.
To view the complete list, please click here: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/research/ora/funding/tools/prize_opportunities.
Upcoming Deadlines for January,
February and March
Vanderbilt Prize in Biomedical Science
Awarded to a woman who has made significant advances in the biological
sciences and who has contributed positively to the mentorship of other
women in science.
Amount of award: $25,000
The Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize for Biology
Awarded via Columbia University, this prize honors a scientific investigator,
or group of investigators, whose contributions to knowledge in either
of biology or biochemistry are deemed worthy of special recognition.
Amount of award: None
Lasker Medical Research Awards
There are three awards: the Basic Medical Research Award ($150K), Clinical
Medical Research Award ($150K) and the Special Achievement in Medical
Science Award ($150K).
Ludwig Von Sallman Prize
Awarded by the International Society for Eye Research every two years
to an individual who has distinguished himself or herself by making
a significant contribution to vision research and ophthalmology.
Amount of award: $30,000
Category changes yearly. In 2011, the prize will be awarded to honor
achievements that bring about remarkable progress in science and technology
in the fields of "bioscience and medical science," and make
an outstanding contribution to society in the treatment of diseases
or the improvement of human health through the understanding of biofunctions,
creation or promulgation of new medical technologies, or the development
or production of new pharmaceuticals.
Amount of award: 50 million yen
Deadline: 2/28/11; Prize is awarded in January of following year
Keio Medical Science
The Keio Medical Science Prize is awarded to researchers in recognition
of their outstanding achievements in the field of medical sciences or
life sciences in the hope that it will ultimately contribute to the
peace and prosperity of humankind.
Amount of award: 20 million yen (conversion approx.= $180,310
Louis and Artur
This award honors outstanding research in the field of circulatory diseases
by a scientific investigator or group of investigators whose contribution
to knowledge in this field is deemed worthy of special recognition.
Amount of award: $50,000 (Canadian)
Robert Bing Prize
Awarded every two years to young scientists (age 45 and under) who have
done outstanding work which has helped in the recognition, treatment
and cure of neurological diseases who will be encouraged by this prize
to do further research.
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