2019 Call For Nominations

Date: August 24, 2018

Raluca Cadar
The Protein Society
Phone: (844) 377-6834
E-mail: rcadar@proteinsociety.org


CANYON COUNTRY, CA – The Protein Society is currently seeking nominations for their Annual Awards through Thursday, November 15, 2018.These awards recognize excellence across the diverse disciplines that collectively advance our understanding of proteins; their structure, function, design, and application. Protein Society members can submit nominations, which are awarded by the Executive Council, and recipients will be honored at the 33rd Annual Symposium in Seattle, Washington on June 30 – July 3, 2019. Members can nominate for the following awards:

The Carl Brändén Award, sponsored by Rigaku Corporation, honors an outstanding protein scientist who has also made exceptional contributions in the areas of education and/or service to the field.

The Christian B. Anfinsen Award, sponsored by The Protein Society, recognizes technological achievement or significant methodological advances in the field of protein science.

The Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin Award, sponsored by Genentech, is granted in recognition of exceptional contributions in protein science which profoundly influence our understanding of biology.

The Emil Thomas Kaiser Award, sponsored by The Protein Society, recognizes a recent, highly-significant contribution to the application of chemistry in the study of proteins.

The Hans Neurath Award, sponsored by the Hans Neurath Foundation, seeks to honor individuals who have made a recent contribution of exceptional merit to basic protein research.

The Stein & Moore Award, sponsored by The Protein Society, is named for Nobel laureates Dr. William Stein and Dr. Stanford Moore. The award is given to recognize eminent leaders in protein science who have made sustained high impact research contributions to the field.

The Protein Science Young Investigator Award, named for the academic journal of the Society and sponsored by Wiley, recognizes a scientist within the first 8 years of an independent career who has made an important contribution to the study of proteins.

To learn more about the benefits of becoming a Protein Society member including complimentary access to the Protein Science Journal, please visit:  https://www.proteinsociety.org/page/join-renew


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The Protein Society is the leading international Society devoted to furthering research and development in protein science. Founded in 1986, the purpose of the Society is to provide international forums to facilitate communication, cooperation, and collaboration regarding all aspects of the study of proteins. In support of these goals, the Society publishes Protein Science, the premier journal in the field, hosts an annual international symposium, and facilitates the education of early-career protein scientists across all lines of discipline. The Protein Society members represent a wide spectrum of academic, industry, governmental, and non-profit institutions from more than 50 countries around the world. Media inquiries can be directed to Raluca Cadar, Executive Director at 844.377.6834.

Don't miss the chance to recognize your colleagues! 

Thank you for helping us honor outstanding excellence in the field of protein science.

Deadline: November 15, 2018 Noon EDT

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