The Emil Thomas Kaiser Award The Hans Neurath Award
sponsored by The Protein Society sponsored by the Neurath Foundation
The Carl Brändén Award The Christian B. Anfinsen Award
sponsored by Rigaku sponsored by The Protein Society
The Protein Science Young Investigator Award
sponsored by Protein Science
The Protein Society Awards recognize excellence across the diverse disciplines that collectively advance our understanding of proteins; their structure, function, design, and application. The Awards honor researchers who have distinguished themselves with significant achievements in protein research and those who have made outstanding contributions in leadership, teaching, and service. Nominations are submitted by Protein Society members, awarded by The Protein Society Executive Council, and recipients are honored at the Annual Protein Society Symposium. We will present the 2018 Awards at the 32nd Annual Symposium of The Protein Society in Boston, Massachusetts, July 9 - 12, 2018.
Nominations should be made for a specific award, but the awards committee reserves the right to consider a nomination under a different category.
- Primary nominator must be a member of The Protein Society (TPS)
- Protein scientists from any country are eligible except TPS council members, who are not eligible for nomination during their term and for 3 years subsequent to serving
- Any nominee who has won an award in the past 10 years is not eligible for nomination.
- Apart from the Young Investigator Award, there are no age or gender requirements for any of the awards.
- A TPS member can nominate only one individual and for only one award but can submit letters of support for multiple nominees.
- An individual may be nominated by different TPS members for any number of awards.
- If two independent nominators nominate the same person for the same award, the nominations will be combined into one.
- TPS Council members may not serve as the primary nominator for an individual for an award nor provide a letter of support.
Completed Nominations must include:
- Name, professional title, affiliation, postal and e-mail address, phone.
- Achievements on which the nomination is based.
- Publications: Principal contributions to science (no more than 12 citations; include complete list of authors and title of each publication).
- Curriculum Vitae: Date and place of birth, undergraduate and graduate degrees with institutions and dates, positions held in chronological order, significant memberships, awards, and honors.
- Nominating statement (summary)
- Nominating letter, including name and signature, professional title, affiliation, postal and e-mail address, phone, fax, and date.
- The nominator should arrange for two or more letters seconding the nomination.
- Citations or copies of selected key articles may also be included. This is optional and not required.
Incomplete nominations will not be considered.
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