|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
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
Judson Daland Prize for Outstanding Achievement
in Clinical Investigation
Awarded by the American Philosophical Society, this prize recognizes
outstanding achievement in patient-oriented research.
Amount of award: $20,000
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)
National Medal of
The Medal is given annually to individuals, teams, and/or companies/divisions
for their outstanding contributions to the Nation's economic, environmental
and social well-being through the development and commercialization
of technology products, processes and concepts; technological innovation;
and development of the Nation's technological manpower.
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.
Award for Scientific Achievement
Awarded by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases; recognizes
scientists who have made outstanding contributions to the understanding
of infectious diseases or public health. Some of the criteria on which
selection is based include: excellence in clinical and/or research activities,
participation in the training of future leaders in the field, positive
impact on the health of humankind.
National Medal of
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. 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
Amount of award: $150,000
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