|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 February,
March and April
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 2014 the prize will be awarded to individual(s)
in the field of "Life Science" who have made significant contributions
to society by achieving scientific and technological breakthroughs of
discovering new life phenomena, elucidating vital functions, developing
revolutionary analysis technologies, and creating future medicine.
Amount of award: 50 million yen
Deadline: 2/28/13; Prize is awarded in January of following year
Keio Medical Science Prize
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 Lucian Award
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)
National Medal of Science
The Nation's highest honor for scientists and engineers, this Presidential
Award is given to individuals "deserving of special recognition
by reason of their outstanding contributions to knowledge in the physical,
biological, mathematical, or engineering sciences."
Paul Marks Prize for Cancer Research
Recognizes significant contributions to the basic understanding and
treatment of cancer by young investigators. This is the first major
prize for most of the winners, who are no more than 45 years old. Awarded
every two years; no award in 2008.
Amount of award: $150,000
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