The ISSX award program was established to recognize excellent scientific and service achievements in the scientific fields covered by the Society. Awards are presented at the corresponding scientific meeting of ISSX. If you have any questions regarding the nominations process you are welcome to contact ISSX at email@example.com or by telephone at + 1 (202) 367-1182.
The call for nominations is now open for the 14th European ISSX Meeting (June 26 - 29, 2017 in Cologne, Germany) and for the 21st North American ISSX Meeting (September 24 - 28, 2017 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA).
Nomination Submission Deadlines:
European Meeting: March 31, 2017
North American Meeting: July 14, 2017
Regional Scientific Achievement Awards - Presented to an ISSX member who has made major scientific contributions to the field within a specific geographical region (Europe, Asia Pacific and North America). The frequency of the award will vary according to the regional meetings schedule. The purpose of this award is to recognize meritorious contributions by senior or mid-career scientists that have had a major impact on research in the field. The award will consist of a plaque or medal, an honorarium, and travel support to an ISSX regional meeting where a lecture will be presented.
Regional New Investigator Awards - Presented to ISSX members who have made significant contributions to the field during their early career years (normally within 5 -10 years from the time of receiving his/her highest earned degree). The purpose of these awards is to encourage and recognize developing scientists who are active in the field within a specific geographical region (Europe, Asia Pacific, and North America). Each award will consist of a plaque or medal, an honorarium, and travel support to an ISSX meeting. The frequency of the award will vary according to the regional meetings schedule.
The North American New Investigator Award is named in honor of James R. Gillette. It is presented to an ISSX member who has made significant contributions to the field within the North American Region.
The European New Investigator Award is named in honor of Karl J. Netter and was started with an initial donation from the European Society for Biochemical Pharmacology (ESBP). It is presented to an ISSX member who has made significant contributions to the field within the European Region.
Nominations of candidates for the respective ISSX Awards must be made by a member of ISSX but may be seconded by an individual who is not an ISSX-member.
Required Supporting Documentation:
A nominating letter to the chairman of the ISSX Awards Committee
No less than two and no more than four supporting letters presenting the case for the candidate's nomination. (The maximum length of each letter should not exceed two pages)
A summary detailing the relevant achievements of the candidate (maximum 2 - 3 pages)
A curriculum vitae including a bibliography (note bibliography and not biography) of the candidate
A high resolution headshot photograph (color preferred) in .jpg format
Nominations should be submitted through this web site. The online submission form follows below.
Nominations will be reviewed by the Society Awards Committee consisting of seven members of the Council of ISSX and Nomination Committee, including the President-Elect who serves as committee chair. The committee will forward the names of the selected awardees for review and final approval to the ISSX President.
An honorarium, travel support, up to two nights lodging, and complimentary meeting registration are provided to the awardees.