|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 July,
August and September
Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences
This prize is intended to recognize contributions that have opened new
fields of research, or advanced novel concepts or their applications
in a particular biomedical discipline.
Amount of award: $25,000
Wolf Prizes in Agriculture, Chemistry,
Mathematics, Medicine, Physics
A person cannot be nominated by himself/herself; the prize is awarded
to individuals, not institutions, and it is presented to the recipient
in person in Jerusalem. The nominators are therefore requested not to
propose any candidate who, to the best of their knowledge, may not be
able to attend the Ceremony.
Amount of award: $100,000
Hans Neurath Award of the Protein Society
Recognizes an individual who has made a recent contribution of unusual
merit to basic research in the field of protein science, including but
not restricted to the chemistry, design, folding, structure, or biological
function or proteins.
Amount of award: $15,000
American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)
The Pezcoller Foundation-AACR International Award for Cancer Research
Recognizes individuals who have made a major scientific discovery in
basic cancer research OR who have made significant contributions to
translational cancer research.
Amount of award: $75,000
John and Alice Tyler Prize for Environmental
Prizes are awarded for any one of the following: the protection, maintenance,
improvement or understanding of an ecological or an environmental condition
anywhere in the world; the discovery, further development, improvement,
or understanding of known or new sources of energy; medical discoveries
or achievement with such worldwide implications that they significantly
benefit environmental aspects of human health.
Self nominations are not accepted.
Amount of award: $200,000
March of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology
Awarded to investigators whose research has profoundly advanced the
science that underlies our understanding of birth defects.
Amount of award: $250,000
InBev-Baillet Latour Health Prize
Category changes yearly. The 2012 theme is "Neurosciences".
The Prize is awarded to a scientist active in biomedical research and/or
its practical applications for human health.
Amount of award: Euro 150,000
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