List of Distinguished Awards and Prizes

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Title: Marion Spencer Fay Award

This national award, now in its 48th year, is given annually to an outstanding woman physician and/or scientist who has made an exceptionally significant contribution to health care as a practitioner, medical educator, administrator and/or research scientist and who exhibits significant future potential.

$10,000

Title: Kavli Prize for Neuroscience

The Kavli Prize in Neuroscience is awarded for outstanding achievement in advancing our knowledge and understanding of the brain and nervous system, including molecular neuroscience, cellular neuroscience, systems neuroscience, neurogenetics, developmental neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, computational neuroscience, and related facets of the brain and nervous system.The Kavli Prize in Nanoscience is awarded for outstanding achievement in the science and application of the unique physical, chemical, and biological properties of atomic, molecular, macromolecular, and cellular structures and systems that are manifest in the nanometre scale, including molecular self-assembly, nanomaterials, nanoscale instrumentation, nanobiotechnology, macromolecular synthesis, molecular mechanics, and related topics.

$1,000,000

Title: The Endre A. Balazs Prize

The Council of ISER awards an International Prize to honor a distinguished scientist whose outstanding contributions provide significant progress in the field of experimental eye research. This prize was named the Endre A. Balazs Prize to honor Endre A. Balazs for his distinguished work in eye research and his contributions to the organization of the International Society for Eye Research. The Endre A. Balazs Prize is awarded at every Biennial Meeting of the Society for Eye Research.

$50,000

Title: The Ludwig von Sallmann Prize

Ludwig von Sallmann was a distinguished international ophthalmologist and ophthalmic investigator who served on the staffs of Vienna, Peking and Columbia Universities and the Ophthalmology Branch of the former National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness at the National Institutes of Health. His wife, Henrietta von Sallmann, established a trust fund to award, in his memory, a cash prize every two years to an individual who has distinguished himself or herself by making a significant contribution to vision research and ophthalmology. Next prize awarded in 2014

$50,000

Title: The Paul Kayser International Award in Retina Research

The Paul Kayser International Award in Retina Research was created by the Directors of Retina Research Foundation and endowed by the Trustees of The Kayser Foundation to honor and perpetuate the memory of long-time friend and dedicated benefactor of RRF, Paul Kayser. Through this award both organizations are demonstrating the conviction they shared with Mr. Kayser that blindness caused by retinal disease is a global concern and must be addressed accordingly. It is thus the purpose of this award to foster greater awareness of the need for intensive study of the retina, its role in the visual process, and the retinal diseases that threaten and/or destroy eyesight by recognizing outstanding achievement and sustaining meritorious scientific investigations worldwide.The Paul Kayser International Award in Retina Research is a U.S. $50,000 award that comprises a $5,000 personal honorarium for the recipient(s) and a $45,000 research grant awarded to his/her/their research institution to support the research for which the award was received.

$50,000

Title: The Stein and Moore Award

The Stein and Moore Award, named for Nobel laureates Dr. William Stein and Dr. Stanford Moore, venerates their contribution to understanding the connection between chemical structure and catalytic activity of the active center of the ribonuclease molecule. Established in 1986, The Stein and Moore Award recognizes individuals for their contributions to the highest level of the study of proteins. Nominations will open in Spring, 2013

09/24/2012

Title: The Richard Lounsbery Award

The Richard Lounsbery Award recognizes extraordinary scientific achievement in biology and medicine by young American and French scientists. In addition to honoring scientific excellence, the award is intended to stimulate research and encourage reciprocal scientific exchanges between the United States and France.

Title: National Academy of Sciences

Members are elected to the National Academy of Sciences in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research. Membership is a widely accepted mark of excellence in science and is considered one of the highest honors that a scientist can receive.Because membership is achieved by election, there is no membership application process. Although many names are suggested informally, only Academy members may submit formal nominations. Consideration of a candidate begins with his or her nomination, followed by an extensive and careful vetting process that results in a final ballot at the Academy's annual meeting in April each year.  Currently, a maximum of 84 members may be elected annually. Members must be U.S. citizens; non-citizens are elected as foreign associates, with a maximum of 21 elected annually.

Title: The ASCB-Gibco Emerging Leader Prize for non-tenured independent investigators

The prize is the result of a partnership between ASCB and Gibco to support excellence in science. ASCB and Gibco recognize the challenging times that up-and-coming leaders in scientific research face, and are determined to do everything possible to raise the visibility of our most promising young independent investigators who are at an early stage in their careers.Successful applicants must have outstanding scientific accomplishments with a strong publication track record that will be evaluated on the significance of their discoveries and the contribution to the field of cell biology and basic biomedical research. To be eligible applicants must be independent investigators who are not yet in a tenured position. Both U.S. and international scientists are welcome to apply. Applicants must be ASCB members.

07/31/2015
Three $5000 Prizes

Title: American Dental Association Gold Medal Award

The ADA Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Dental Research was established in 1985 and is presented once every three years to honor individuals who contribute to the advancement of the dental profession or who help improve the oral health of the community through basic or clinical research.

10/12/2015
07/16/2015
$25000

Title: Dr. H.P. Heineken Prize for Biochemistry and Biophysics

Every other year, the Dr H.P. Heineken Foundation awards one of the most prestigious prizes conferred in the Netherlands: the Dr H.P. Heineken Prize for Biochemistry and Biophysics. In doing so, the Foundation draws attention to the importance of these two disciplines, including the biochemical and biophysical aspects of microbiology and the physiology of seed germination.

10/15/2015
$150,000

Title: Dr. A.H. Heineken Prize for Medicine

In 1989, the Alfred Heineken Fondsen Foundation established a biennial prize to be awarded to a pioneering medical researcher. The prize is also funded by the Foundation.

10/15/2015
$200,000

Title: Norton M. Ross Award for Excellence in Clinical Research - American Dental Association

The Norton M. Ross Award, established in 1991, is presented annually in memory of Dr. Norton M. Ross, a dentist and pharmacologist who spent most of his career in academic and research positions. Dr. Ross elevated clinical research to a higher level of scientific standards, and his contributions to the fields of oral medicine and dental clinical research have had a positive and lasting influence on the public's oral health.CriteriaThe Award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions in clinical investigations that have advanced the diagnosis, treatment, and/or prevention of craniofacial-oral-dental diseases, as well as outstanding research endeavors in other areas. Selection is based upon the scope of the nominee's research, with special emphasis on its impact on clinical dentistry and on publications in refereed journals.  Award recipients typically demonstrate a high level of creativity and innovation.The American Dental Association sponsors the Norton M. Ross Award with the generous support of Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, Division of McNeil-PPC, Inc.

06/24/2017
$5000

Title: Dr. Charles Mérieux Award for Achievement in Vaccinology and Immunology

Dr. Charles Mérieux Award for Achievement in Vaccinology and Immunology honors individuals whose loutstanding lifetime contributions whose fight against vaccine preventable diseases have led to significant improvement in public health.honors individuals whose outstanding lifetime contributions to the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases have led to significant improvement in public health. - See more at: http://www.nfid.org/awards/merieux#sthash.QIqreFVV.dpufThe Dr. Charles Mérieux Award for Achievement in Vaccinology and Immunology honors individuals whose outstanding lifetime contributions to the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases have led to significant improvement in public health. The award is named for Dr. Charles Mérieux, the distinguished French scientist who devoted his life to fighting infectious diseases globally, combining his medical knowledge with an understanding of business to develop one of the world’s leading vaccine laboratories, the Pasteur Institute. Dr. Mérieux was also a founder of the French Institute of Foot- and-Mouth Disease (later renamed the Mérieux Institute), and used in-vitro cultivation to produce millions of doses of vaccines. First offered in 2005, the award is presented annually at the Annual Conference on Vaccine Research.- See more at: http://www.nfid.org/awards/merieux#sthash.QIqreFVV.dpufThe Dr. Charles Mérieux Award for Achievement in Vaccinology and Immunology honors individuals whose outstanding lifetime contributions to the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases have led to significant improvement in public health. The award is named for Dr. Charles Mérieux, the distinguished French scientist who devoted his life to fighting infectious diseases globally, combining his medical knowledge with an understanding of business to develop one of the world’s leading vaccine laboratories, the Pasteur Institute. Dr. Mérieux was also a founder of the French Institute of Foot- and-Mouth Disease (later renamed the Mérieux Institute), and used in-vitro cultivation to produce millions of doses of vaccines. First offered in 2005, the award is presented annually at the Annual Conference on Vaccine Research. - See more at: http://www.nfid.org/awards/merieux#sthash.QIqreFVV.dpuf

06/30/2017

Title: Maxwell Finland Award for Scientific Achievement

The Award, developed in 1988, now recognizes scientists who have made outstanding contributions to the understanding of infectious diseases or public health.

06/30/2017
glass sculpture

Title: BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award

The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards seek to recognize and encourage world-class research and artistic creation, prizing contributions of lasting impact for their originality, theoretical significance and ability to push back the frontiers of the known world. These international awards include categories in the Basic Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), Biomedicine, and Biology.

06/30/2017
06/01/2012
400,000 euros

Title: The Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Humanitarian Award

The Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Humanitarian Award was established in 1997 by the NFID Board of Directors to honor those individuals whose outstanding humanitarian efforts and achievements have contributed significantly to improving the health of humankind. Criteria on which selection is based include:

  • Legislative or administrative contributions
  • Humanitarian service and/or
  • Public education activities

 The Award is named for former President and Mrs. Carter, who as outstanding humanitarians, have worked tirelessly to improve the quality of life for people worldwide. In recognition of their efforts to resolve conflict peacefully, promote democracy, protect human rights, and prevent and eradicate disease,

06/30/2017

Title: Hideyo Naguchi Africa Prize

Mindful of the ominous human suffering persisting in Africa, the region facing the most serious health challenge on the globe, the Prize aims to honor individuals with outstanding achievements in the fields of medical research and medical services to combat infectious and other diseases in Africa, thus contributing to the health and welfare of the African people and of all humankind.

07/10/2017
1,000,000 Yen

Title: Millennium Technology Award

The Millennium Technology Prize is Finland's tribute to life-enhancing technological innovations. The prize has been established to steer the course of technological development to a more humane direction. In particular, the prize seeks to highlight innovations that assist and enrich our everyday lives today as well as in the future.

07/31/2017
$1,300,000

Title: The ASCB-Gibco Emerging Leader Prize for non-tenured independent investigators

The prize is the result of a partnership between ASCB and Gibco to support excellence in science. ASCB and Gibco recognize the challenging times that up-and-coming leaders in scientific research face, and are determined to do everything possible to raise the visibility of our most promising young independent investigators who are at an early stage in their careers.Successful applicants must have outstanding scientific accomplishments with a strong publication track record that will be evaluated on the significance of their discoveries and the contribution to the field of cell biology and basic biomedical research. To be eligible applicants must be independent investigators who are not yet in a tenured position. Both U.S. and international scientists are welcome to apply. Applicants must be ASCB members.

07/31/2017
Three $5000 prizes

Title: Pezcoller Foundation-AACR International Award for Cancer Research

The prestigious Pezcoller Foundation–AACR International Award for Cancer Research was established in 1997 to annually recognize a scientist of international renown: - who has made a major scientific discovery in basic cancer research OR who has made significant contributions to translational cancer research; -who continues to be active in cancer research and has a record of recent, noteworthy publications; and -whose ongoing work holds promise for continued substantive contributions to progress in the field of cancer.

08/10/2017
75,000 Euros

Title: AACR-American Cancer Society Award for Research Excellence in Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention

AACR and the American Cancer Society established this award in 1992 to honor outstanding research accomplishments in the fields of cancer epidemiology, biomarkers and prevention.

08/17/2017
$5,000

Title: AACR Princess Takamatsu Memorial Lectureship

This lectureship will recognize an individual scientist whose novel and significant work has had or may have a far-reaching impact on the detection, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of cancer, and who embodies the dedication of the Princess to multinational collaborations.

08/17/2017
$10,000

Title: Lewis S. Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in Basic Medical Science

In 1971, the Lewis S. Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in Basic Medical Resarch was established as an expression of the conviction that educational institutions have an important role to play in the encouragement and development of basic science as it applies to medicine. Medals are presented annually at Brandeis University on the basis of recommendations of a panel of outstanding scientists selected by the Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center. Awards are given to scientists for recent discoveries of particular originality and importance to basic medical research. A $30,000 prize and a medallion (pictured) accompanies each award. Since its inception, Brandeis University has placed great emphasis on basic science and its relationship to medicine. With the formation of the Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center, made possible by the generosity of Lewis S. Rosenstiel in 1968, research in basic medical science has been significantly expanded. These awards are viewed as a means of extending the Center's support beyond the campus community.

08/31/2017
08/31/2012
$30,000

Title: AAAS Philip Hauge Abelson Award

The American Association for the Advancement of Science invites nominations for the AAAS Philip Hauge Abelson Award. This annual award was established in 1985 by the AAAS Board of Directors and is presented at the AAAS Annual Meeting. A monetary prize of $5,000, a commemorative medallion, complimentary registration, and reimbursement for reasonable travel and hotel expenses to attend the AAAS Annual Meeting are given to the recipient.The Prize is awarded annually either to:

  • a public servant, in recognition of sustained exceptional contributions to advancing science, or
  • a scientist, whose career has been distinguished both for scientific achievement and for other notable services to the scientific community.

09/01/2017
$5,000

Title: McEwen Award for Innovation, International Society for Stem Cell Research

The McEwen Award for Innovation, supported by the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine in Toronto, Ontario Canada, recognizes original thinking and ground-breaking research pertaining to stem cells or regenerative medicine that opens new avenues of exploration towards the understanding or treatment of human disease or affliction.

09/02/2017
10/23/2013
$100,000

Title: NBME John P. Hubbard Award

This award recognizes individuals who have made a significant and sustained contribution to the assessment of professional competency and educational program development at any level along the continuum of medical education and delivery of healthcare.

09/09/2017

Title: Lurie Prize in the Biomedical Sciences

The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) will present the second annual Lurie Prize, an award recognizing outstanding achievement by a promising young scientist in biomedical research.

09/14/2017
$100,000

Title: The Brain Prize

The Brain Prize recognises highly original and influential advances in any area of neuroscience, including fundamental research on molecular, cellular, physiological and pharmacological mechanisms, studies of behaviour and cognition, advances in technology for monitoring the nervous system, translational research on the application of basic knowledge to clinical and other problems of humankind, and clinical research on the causes, treatment and prevention of neurological and psychiatric disorders.

09/15/2017
1 million Euros

Title: AACR Awards

This award has been established by the American Association for Cancer Research and Eli Lilly and Company to acknowledge and catalyze the growing importance of interdisciplinary teams to the understanding of cancer and/or the translation of research discoveries into clinical cancer applications. Proactive interaction between academic and industry researchers is particularly crucial to continue progress and accelerate drug development.

09/15/2017
Varies

Title: Nemmers Prize

Mechthild Esser Nemmers Prize in Medical Science is awarded to those whose body of research exhibits outstanding achievement in medical science as demonstrated by works of lasting significance. 

09/15/2017
$200,000

Title: The John and Alice Tyler Prize

The John and Alice Tyler Prize is awarded for environmental science, environmental health and energy conferring great benefit upon mankind; and medical discoveries or achievements with such worldwide implications that they significantly benefit environmental aspects of human health.

09/16/2017
$200,000

Title: Kyoto Prize for Basic Sciences

The Kyoto Prize is an international award to honor those who have contributed significantly to the scientific, cultural, and spiritual betterment of mankind. The Prize is presented in the basic sciences for molecular biology, cell biology, and Neurobiology

09/16/2017
50,000,000 Yen

Title: Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences

The Wiley Prize recognizes a specific contribution or series of contributions that demonstrate significant leadership in the development of research concepts or their clinical application. Particular emphasis is placed on research that champions novel approaches and challenges accepted thinking in the biomedical sciences.

09/30/2017
$35,000

Title: Protein Society Awards

The Protein Society Awards recognize excellence in the field of protein science and are presented to honor those with distinguished achievements in protein science, or who have made outstanding contributions in leadership, teaching and service. There are multiple awards

09/30/2017
plenary lecture

Title: Inbev-Baillet Latour Health Prize

The InBev-Baillet Latour Health Prize differs from many other international science awards in that it seeks not to encourage fundamental research, but rather its most useful applications. As is the case with all prizes awarded by the Fund, its goal is to reward the scientific merits of a person - and not of an institution - and promote the continuation of his/her research. Changing theme each year. The theme for 2016 is infectious diseases.

09/30/2017
250,000 Euro

Title: AACR G.H.A. Clowes Memorial Award

The Clowes Award recognizes an individual with outstanding recent accomplishments in basic cancer research.

10/01/2017
$10,000

Title: National Academy of Sciences Awards

The NAS is accepting nominations for its 2014 awards in a wide range of fields spanning the physical, biological, and social sciences. Nominations will be accepted through September 30, 2013 for most awards.

10/01/2017
Varies

Title: Canada Gairdner International Awards

The award recognizes outstanding biomedical scientists who have made original contributions to medicine with the goal of contributing, through research, to increased understanding of human biology and disease. The award recognizes an original, seminal contribution or discovery, rather than a lifetime of work.  Gairdner invites the scientific community to nominate qualified scientists from any branch of biomedicine.The evaluation of the contributions of the nominees depends heavily on the quality of information supplied. Therefore, nominations should be accurate, detailed, current, complete, and should include supporting letters reflecting the nominee's accomplishments.

10/01/2017
$100,000 CDN

Title: Canada Gairdner Global Health Award

The Canada Gairdner Global Health Award is directed at health issues pertaining to developing countries. It recognizes those who have made major scientific advances in any one of four areas: basic science, clinical science, or population or environmental health. These advances must have made – or have potential to make – a significant impact on health outcomes in the developing world. Nominations for leadership and administration, however outstanding, do not fall within the parameters of this award. The long-term goal of this prize is to reward and stimulate members of the global scientific and medical community to undertake research that will lead to advances valuable to the health of nations. 

10/01/2017
$100,000 CDN

Title: Canada Gairdner Wightman Award

The annual award of $100,000 is given to a scientist who has demonstrated outstanding national leadership in medicine and medical science in Canada consistent with the purpose of Gairdner. It is given for:-leadership in a specific field of biomedical sciences (basic, clinical, population health) in Canada and/or original and sustained contributions to that field at an internationally recognized level.          -institutional academic and scientific leadership in Canada, leading to the establishment and development of biomedical research in Canada and internationally.

10/01/2017
$100,000 CDN

Title: Albert B. Sabin Gold Medal Award

The Albert B. Sabin Gold Medal Award has been awarded annually since 1994 and is given to a distinguished member of the research community who has made extraordinary contributions in the field of vaccinology or a complementary field. Each recipient is a role model for young researchers, someone whose career has saved lives through the development and use of vaccines. The Medal is the highest scientific honor given by the Sabin Vaccine Institute and commemorates the legacy of the late Dr. Albert B. Sabin. This prestigious award is presented by the Sabin Vaccine Institute (Sabin) as part of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.  The Gold Medal Award, commemorating the legacy of the late Dr. Albert B. Sabin, is awarded based on the following criteria:

  • The Nominee has had a major impact in vaccine research and development or has materially improved the access of vaccines to neglected and at-risk populations.
  • The Nominee has left an indelible imprint toward the improvement of public health.
  • The Nominee’s work exemplifies the Sabin Vaccine Institute’s mission to reduce needless human suffering from vaccine preventable and neglected tropical diseases.
  • The Nominee should be a scientist, medical researcher or public health advocate - not a philanthropist.
  • The Nominee(s) may be either an individual or a small team.

10/05/2017

Title: Ross Prize in Molecular Medicine

The annual Ross Prize in Molecular Medicine is established in conjunction with the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research and Molecular Medicine. The winner will be an active investigator having produced innovative, paradigm-shifting research that is worthy of significant and broad attention in the field of molecular medicine. We expect this individual will continue to garner recognition in future years, and that their current accomplishments reflect a rapidly rising career trajectory of discovery and invention.

10/07/2017
$50,000

Title: AACR Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Memorial Award

AACR and the Rosenthal Family Foundation established this award in 1977 to recognize research that has made, or promises to soon make, a notable contribution to improved clinical care in the field of cancer. In its desire to honor and provide incentive to investigators relatively early in their careers, the foundation has stipulated that recipients not be more than 50 years of age at the time the award is received.

10/08/2017
$10,000

Title: AACR Joseph H. Burchenal Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in Clinical Cancer Research

This award was established in 1996 to recognize outstanding achievements in clinical cancer research.

10/08/2017
$10,000

Title: AACR Award for Outstanding Achievement in Chemistry in Cancer Research

The award will be given for outstanding, novel and significant chemistry research, which has led to important contributions to the fields of basic cancer research, translational cancer research, cancer diagnosis, the prevention of cancer or the treatment of patients with cancer. Such research may include, but is not limited to, drug discovery and design; structural biology; proteomics, metabolomics and biological mass spectrometry; chemical aspects of carcinogenesis; imaging agents and radio therapeutics; and chemical biology.

10/15/2017
$10,000

Title: AACR-Minorities in Cancer Research Jane Cooke Wright Lectureship

The lectureship is intended to give recognition to an outstanding scientist who has made meritorious contributions to the field of cancer research and who has, through leadership or by example, furthered the advancement of minority investigators in cancer research.

10/15/2017
Honorarium

Title: AACR-Women in Cancer Research Charlotte Friend Memorial Lectureship

The lecture is intended to give recognition to an outstanding female or male scientist who has made meritorious contributions to the field of cancer research and who has, through leadership or by example, furthered the advancement of women in science.

10/15/2017
Honorarium

Title: Alan T. Waterman Award

The annual award recognizes an outstanding young researcher in any field of science or engineering supported by the National Science Foundation. In addition to a medal, the awardee receives a grant of $1,000,000 over a five year period for scientific research or advanced study in the mathematical, physical, biological, engineering, social, or other sciences at the institution of the recipient's choice.

10/21/2017
$500,000

Title: Dickson Prize in Medicine

The Dickson Prize in Medicine is awarded annually to a leading American investigator who is engaged in innovative, paradigm-shifting biomedical research.

10/21/2017
$50,000

Title: Indiana University SOM Steven C Beering Award

The Indiana University School of Medicine Steven C. Beering Award honors an internationally recognized individual for outstanding research contributions to the  advancement of biomedical or clinical science.  The award, a tribute to a former dean, is presented annually and consists of a prize of $25,000.  The recipient is  asked to present one major lecture to the medical community at the time the award is bestowed and to spend about three days with us, including delivering one or  two additional lectures to smaller groups.  

10/28/2017
$25,000

Title: March of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology

Each year, outstanding scientists are awarded the coveted March of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology for research that has profoundly advanced the science that underlies our understanding of birth defects.

10/30/2017
$250,000

Title: Ho-Am Prize - Science

The Ho-Am Prize in Medicine is presented to individuals who, through outstanding accomplishments in basic, clinical and pharmaceutical areas of medicine, are leading the way in mankind's quest to conquer disease. The Ho-Am Prize in Science is presented to individuals who are leaders with have creative, outstanding research accomplishments in their respective basic sciences fields and who contribute to the advancement of civilization through such.Potential candidates for nomination for the Ho-Am Prize may be recommended by nominators selected by the Ho-Am Prize Committee or by other individuals who have specialized expertise in a field and who are recognized as being qualified to nominate (individuals may not self-nominate). In addition, candidates for nomination shall be from among the following:

  • Korean nationals at home and abroad, and ethnic Koreans regardless of their nationality
  • In Community Service, foreigners who contribute to the welfare of ethnic Koreans in Korea or abroad
  • Ethnic Koreans who conduct overseas activities for the benefit of others regardless of nationality.

The Ho-Am Prize is not awarded posthumously. The deadline for recommendations is November 30 of each calendar year.※ Nominators may recommend only one individual (or group) per category.     In addition, equally qualified candidates in one field may become co-nominees.Recommended Qualifications:Academics (The Ho-Am Prizes in Science, Engineering and Medicine)

  • Leaders in one’s respective field on the basis of clearly creative and investigative mentality, and accomplished pioneers in new fields
  • Verified scholastic completion and widely recognized accomplishments in respective field

10/31/2017
$270,000

Title: Warren Alpert Foundation Prize

The Warren Alpert Foundation Prize recognizes one or more scientists whose scientific achievements have led to the prevention, cure or treatment of human diseases or disorders, and/or whose research constitutes a seminal scientific finding that holds great promise of ultimately changing our understanding of and/or ability to treat disease. The Prize is open to Scientists from any country.

10/31/2017
$500,000

Title: John P. McGovern Compleat Physician Award

The John P. McGovern Compleat Physician Award, established in 1993, is presented annually by the Houston Academy of Medicine in collaboration with the Harris County Medical Scoiety, to recognize a physician whose career has been founded on the Oslerian ideals of medical excellence, humane and ethical care, commitment to medical humanities and writing, research, and harmony between the academician and medical practitioner. These characteristics were exemplified by the life of Sir William Osler, who is revered world-wide as the "Father of Modern American Medicine." The Award seeks to identify and recognize multi-accomplished physicians who have enriched the field of medicine with excellence and humaneness. In particular, individuals are sought who are compassionate clinicians and devoted teachers. They also should have a strong familiarity with research but must have demonstrated a commitment to, and love of, the profession of medicine. By acknowledging such individuals, it is hoped others, especially early in their medical careers, will be inspired and encouraged to emulate the qualities being honored. Each year's honoree will receive a $5000 honorarium; a beautiful plaque featuring a specially cast medallion; and a trip to Houston to receive the award at our annual Installation of Officers Banquet, customarily held in late January.  

11/02/2017
11/02/2015
$5000

Title: Dan David Prize

The Dan David Prize has a changing theme each year.  

11/30/2017
11/30/2015
$1,000,000

Title: Raymond & Beverly Sackler Prize in the Physical Sciences: Chemistry

The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Prize in the Physical Sciences, awarded at Tel Aviv University (TAU), has been established is awarded alternatively in the fields of Physics and Chemistry. The prize is intended to encourage dedication to science, originality and excellence by rewarding outstanding young scientists.The Chemistry field for the Year 2017 is entitled: Magnetic Resonance

12/08/2017
$100,000

Title: Peter Gruber Foundation Neuroscience Prize

The Neurobiology Prize honors scientists for major discoveries that have advanced the understanding of the nervous system.The Prize, established in 2004, is an unrestricted cash award of $500,000, a gold medal inscribed with the recipient's name, and a citation describing the achievement for which the recipient is being honored. It is awarded each year to a person or persons chosen by a distinguished advisory board of neuroscience experts from nominations that are received from around the world

12/15/2017
12/15/2015
$500,000

Title: Peter Gruber Foundation Genetics Prize

The Genetics Prize is presented to a leading scientist, or up to three, in recognition of groundbreaking contributions to any realm of genetics research.

12/15/2017
12/15/2015
$500,000

Title: Edward M. Scolnick Prize in Neuroscience

The Edward M. Scolnick Prize Neuroscience is awarded annually by the McGovern Institute to recognize outstanding advances in the field of neuroscience. The prize, which is endowed through a gift from Merck to the McGovern Institute, consists of a $100,000 award, plus an inscribed gift. The recipient of the Scolnick Prize presents a public lecture at the McGovern Insitute for Brain Research in the spring of 2013. A gala dinner for the recipient and invited guests follows the prize lecture.Candidates for the award must be nominated by individuals affiliated with universities, hospitals, medicals schools, or research institutes, with a background in neuroscience.

12/15/2017
12/15/2015
$100,000

Title: Edwin G. Conklin Medal in Developmental Biology

The Edwin G. Conklin Medal in Developmental Biology is awarded yearly by the Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) to recognize a developmental biologist who has made and is continuing to make extraordinary research contributions to the field, and who is also an excellent mentor who has helped train the next generation of outstanding scientists.

12/15/2017
$2000

Title: Society of Developmental Biology Lifetime Achievement Award

Awarded yearly by the Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) to a developmental biologist who has made outstanding and sustained contributions to the field of developmental biology, and has been an excellent mentor who has helped train the next generation of outstanding scientists. Typically, the award is given during the third trimester of the recipient’s career, to allow sufficient time to assess the impact of his/her contributions.

12/15/2017
$2000

Title: Viktor Hamburger Outstanding Educator Prize

This award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to developmental biology education.Eligibility: A nominee must have made outstanding contributions to education in developmental biology or related disciplines. Contributions will be construed in the broadest context and may include teaching at any level; training professionals; organizing and administrating programs; integrating developmental biology into our educational system; or disseminating reliable information to professional members, to prospective developmental biologists, to students in other fields, or to the general public. The prize winner must be able to deliver the award lecture at the SDB Annual Meeting.

12/15/2017
$2000

Title: Gruber Neuroscience Prize

Nominations for the Neuroscience Prize are invited annually and may be submitted by individuals, organizations, and institutions that are active in or have an appreciation for contemporary neuroscience research and study.Who may be nominated?Individuals from anywhere in the world who have conducted highly distinguished research in the field of the brain, spinal cord, or peripheral nervous system.

12/15/2017
$500,000

Title: Alfred W. Bressler Prize in Vision Science

The Bressler Prize recognizes a professional in the field of vision science or opthamology whose leadership, research and service have resulted in important advancements in the treatment of eye disease or rehabilitation of persons with vision loss.

12/31/2017
$50,000

Title: Antonio Champalimaud Vision Award

The award is given alternately between contributions to overall vision research (even numbered years) and contributions to the alleviation of visual problems, primarily in developing countries (odd numbered years). The recipients of the award are productive laboratories/organisations or collaborative efforts and this may involve groups from more than one institution or discipline.

12/31/2017
1,000,000 Euros

Title: Clinical Research Forum Top 10 Clinical Research Achievements Award

Recognizing the need to celebrate our nation's accomplishments that involve both innovation and impact upon human disease, the Clinical Research Forum has established a national competition to determine ten outstanding Clinical Research Accomplishments in the United States annually.Types of projects included Patient-oriented (mechanisms of human disease, therapeutic interventions, clinical trials,development of new technologies), epidemiological, behavioral, outcomes, health services and human physiology research projects.

01/11/2018
Citation

Title: The Ernst H. Bárány Prize

The Council of ISER awards an International Prize in honor of Professor Ernst H. Bárány, for his distinguished work in the field of ocular pharmacology. This award is presented to a distinguished scientist who has made outstanding contributions in research that increases our understanding of ocular pharmacology directly related to or applicable to glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, or related retinal diseases. The Ernst H. Bárány Prize is awarded at each Biennial Meeting of the Society of Eye Research. Nominations will be open in 2014.

01/15/2018

Title: Massachusetts Medical Society Awards

The Massachusetts Medical Society and its Committee on Recognition Awards are currently seeking nominations for the MMS Awards Program.  Information about the many MMS awards currently being offered is listed below:Deadline for Submission of Nominations for the following awards vary:MMS Lifetime Achievement Award

01/17/2018
Varies

Title: AAMC David E. Rogers Award

The award recognizes a medical school faculty member who has made major contributions to improving the health and health care of the American people.

01/27/2018
$10,000

Title: AAMC Distinguished Research in the Biomedical Science Award

The award recognizes outstanding clinical or laboratory research by a medical school faculty member related to health and disease that has contributed to the substance of medicine

01/27/2018
$5,000

Title: AAMC Abraham Flexner Award

The Flexner Award is granted annually to an individual for extraordinary contributions to the medical education community. The Flexner Award recognizes the highest standards in medical education and honors individuals whose impact on medical education is national in scope.Presentation of the Flexner award and a prize of $10,000 will be made at the AAMC annual meeting.

01/27/2018
$10,000

Title: Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize from Biology or Biochemistry

Each year, the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize has been awarded by Columbia University for outstanding basic research in the fields of biology or biochemistry.

01/29/2018
Undisclosed honorarium and citation

Title: Welch Award in Chemistry

The purpose of The Welch Award in Chemistry is to foster and encourage basic chemical research and to recognize, in a substantial manner, the value of chemical research contributions for the benefit of mankind.Any person can be considered for the award who has made important chemical research contributions which have had a significant, positive influence on mankind.  The award is intended to recognize contributions that have not previously been rewarded in a similar manner.

01/31/2018
01/30/2015
$300,000

Title: Barancik Prize for Innovation in MS Research

The Barancik Prize for Innovation in Multiple Sclerosis Research recognizes an exceptional scientist or a team of scientists whose work in MS research has demonstrated outstanding innovation and originality. This annual prize, made possible by the generosity of the Charles and Margery Barancik SO Foundation, is $100,000 to be used at the discretion of the recipient.

01/31/2018
01/29/2016
$100,000

Title: Lasker Debakey Clinical Medical Research Award

The Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award honors investigators whose contributions have improved the clinical treatment of patients.

02/01/2018
02/02/2015
$250,000

Title: Lasker-Koshland Special Achievement Award in Medical Science

The Lasker~Koshland Special Achievement Award in Medical Science honors scientists whose contributions to research are of unique magnitude and have immeasurable influence on the course of science, health, or medicine, and whose professional careers have engendered within the biomedical community the deepest feelings of awe and respect.

02/01/2018
02/01/2012
$250,000

Title: Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award

The Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award honors scientists whose fundamental investigations have provided techniques, information, or concepts contributing to the elimination of major causes of disability and death.

02/01/2018
02/02/2015
$250,000

Title: National Academy of Medicine

Membership in the National Academy of Medicine is based upon:

  • distinguished professional achievement in a field related to medicine and health;
  • demonstrated and continued involvement with the issues of health care, prevention of disease, education, or research;
  • skills and resources likely to contribute to achieving the Academy’s mission; and
  • willingness to be an active participant in the work of the Academy.

The election of individuals to the National Academy of Medicine begins with a confidential nomination by two NAM members who are well acquainted with the candidate’s work. In sponsoring the nomination, the NAM member affirms his or her personal assessment that the candidate meets the NAM’s primary criterion of excellence and outstanding professional achievement in a field relevant to the mission of the NAM. Each year, up to 70 regular members and 10 international members are elected to the NAM by the regular membership body at large. The annual nomination cycle begins on November 1 and closes on February 1. The election takes place in late summer with new members announced in conjunction with the NAM Annual Meeting in October.

02/01/2018

Title: Taubman Prize For Excellence in Translational Medical Science

This award is presented annually by the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute at the University of Michigan. It is meant to recognize work in the crucial field of translational research being conducted by the clinician-scientist who has done the most to transform laboratory discoveries into clinical applications for patients suffering from disease.

02/01/2018
$100,000

Title: The Harvey Prize

The Harvey Prize rewards excellence by recognizing breakthroughs in science and technology. The monetary Prize is a banner of recognition for men and women who have truly contributed to the progress of humanity. No less, however, the Prize is a source of inspiration. Serving as stimulus, the award urges scientists and scholars forward to further accomplishment.

02/07/2018
$75,000

Title: AMA Foundation Excellence in Medicine Awards

Every year the AMA Foundation honors a select group of physicians and medical students who exemplify the medical profession's highest values: commitment to service, community involvement, altruism, leadership and dedication to patient care. The inspirational stories of these awardees demonstrate the enormous impact that one person can have in his or her community.

02/26/2018
$2,500

Title: Jacob Heskel Gabbay Award in Biotechnology and Medicine

The Jacob Heskel Gabbay Award in Biotechnology and Medicine recognizes, as early as possible in their careers, scientists in academia, medicine, or industry whose work had outstanding scientific content and significant practical consequences in the biomedical sciences.

02/28/2018
$15,000

Title: Federation of American Societies in Experiemental Biology Excellence in Science Award

The FASEB Excellence in Science Award is given in recognition of outstanding achievement by women in biological science.  The Excellence in Science Award is sponsored solely by FASEB to recognize outstanding achievement by women in biological science.  All women who are members of one or more of the societies of FASEB will be eligible for nomination. Nominations recognize a woman whose career achievements have contributed significantly to further our understanding of a particular discipline by excellence in research.

03/01/2018
03/02/2015
$10,000

Title: Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research

The Albany Medical Center Prize has been created to provide national and international recognition to a physician, biomedical scientist, or group of physicians or scientists, who have made extraordinary and sustained leadership contributions to improving healthcare and patient care; or who have successfully pursued innovative biomedical research with demonstrated translational benefits applied to improved patient care.

03/01/2018
$500,000

Title: AAAS Martin and Rose Wachtel Cancer Research Award

AAAS and Science Translational Medicine invite applications for the inaugural AAAS Martin and Rose Wachtel Cancer Research Award. This annual award, funded by an endowment established through a generous bequest from Martin L. Wachtel, will honor an early-career investigator who has performed outstanding work in the field of cancer research. Entrants must have received their Ph.D. or M.D. within the last 10 years. The award winner will be invited to deliver a public lecture on his or her research and will receive a cash award of $25,000. The award winner’s Essay will be published as a Perspective in Science Translational Medicine.

03/01/2018
03/02/2015
$25,000

Title: Louis and Artur Lucian Award for Research in Circulatory Diseases

The Louis and Artur Lucian Award was established through a bequest to McGill University under the will of the late Olga Leibovici to honour the donor's two brothers, and was conferred for the first time in 1978. The Award is designed to honour 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. As per the terms of the bequest, the work of the nominee must be current. The Louis and Artur Lucian Award consists of a $60,000 CDN prize to the recipient. It is hoped that through this Award, collaborative research in the field of circulatory diseases can be established between McGill and research centres elsewhere in Canada, the United States and other countries of the world. 

03/18/2018
03/18/2015
$60,000 CDN

Title: Rolf Luft Award

The Rolf Luft Award is given by Karolinska Institutet for outstanding scientific contribution in endocrinology and diabetes.The Rolf Luft Foundation for diabetes research invites nominations for the 2014 Rolf Luft Award in Endocrinology and Diabetes research. The Prize winner will receive a medal and a cash award. The Prize winner will also be invited to deliver a lecture on their research at the Karolinska Institutet.

03/31/2018

Title: American Society for Cell Biology E.B. Wilson Medal

The ASCB's highest honor for science, the E.B. Wilson Medal is presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for far-reaching contributions to cell biology over a lifetime in science.Nominators must be members of the ASCB but nominees need not be. The nominating package should include the candidate's CV and no fewer than three and no more than five letters of support.Who is Eligible: An individual who has demonstrated significant and far-reaching contributions to cell biology over a lifetime in science. Nominators must be ASCB members, but the candidate need not be.How to Apply: Provide a letter of nomination, the candidate’s CV, and no fewer than three, and no more than five, letters of support.Awards: The winner of the ASCB’s highest honor for science gives the E.B. Wilson Lecture at the Annual Meeting and receives the E.B. Wilson Medal. Expenses to attend the Annual Meeting are paid.

04/01/2018

Title: AAMC Herbert W. Nickens Award

The award is given to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to promoting justice in medical education and health care equities for people in the United States.

04/07/2018
$10,000

Title: AAMC Outstanding Community Service Award

The Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Service is presented annually to a member institution or organization with a longstanding, major institutional commitment to addressing community needs.

04/07/2018
glass sculpture

Title: Herbert W. Nickens Faculty Fellowship Award

The award recognizes an outstanding junior faculty member who has demonstrated leadership in the United States in addressing inequities in medical education and health care; demonstrated efforts in addressing educational, societal, and health care needs of minorities; and is committed to a career in academic medicine. This award recognizes an outstanding junior faculty member who holds the rank of assistant professor in a U.S. allopathic medical school department.

04/07/2018
$15,000

Title: AAMC Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Awards

The Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teaching Awards recognize the significant contributions to medical education made by gifted teachers. Up to four awards will be granted each year.Each awardee will receive a $10,000 grant. The awardee's nominating institution will receive $2,500 for teaching activities, and, if the nominating institution has an Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) chapter, the chapter will receive a stipend of $1,000 toward its activities.

04/07/2018
$10,000

Title: AAMC Arnold P Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award

The Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award, administered by the Organization of Student Representatives (OSR) annually honors a medical school faculty physician (M.D. or D.O. degree) who exemplifies the qualities of a caring and compassionate mentor in the teaching and advising of medical students. The nominee must also possess the desirable personal qualities necessary to the practice of patient-centered medicine by teaching ethics, empathy, and service by example.The goal of the award is to emphasize, reinforce, and enhance the importance of humanistic qualities among medical school students and faculty. The presence of a caring, compassionate, and collaborative learning environment serves as positive reinforcement to prospective physicians of the desirability of such qualities in the doctor-patient relationship.

04/07/2018
$5,000 grant

Title: King Faisal International Prize in Medicine

The 2018 theme is  Immunotherapy in Cancer.

05/01/2018
$200,000

Title: J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine

Robarts Research Institute awards the annual J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine to an individual or individuals who have made significant contributions to a field of basic or clinical research in one of the Institutes principal areas of research. Each year a topic is selected and the scientific community is invited to nominate individual scientists or groups of scientists whose initiatives fall within that particular field of research. The 30th annual J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine in 2014 will be awarded to a scientist(s) who has made outstanding contributions in the area of: The Molecular Basis of Neurological Disorders

05/01/2018
$25,000

Title: The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Award

The Alexander von Humboldt award is granted in recognition of a researcher's entire achievements to date to academics whose fundamental discoveries, new theories, or insights have had a significant impact on their own discipline and who are expected to continue producing cutting-edge achievements in the future.Academics from abroad, regardless of their discipline or nationality, may be nominated for a Humboldt Research Award. The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation particularly encourages the nomination of qualified female academics.Award winners are invited to spend a period of up to one year cooperating on a long-term research project with specialist colleagues at a research institution in Germany. The stay may be divided up into blocks.The Humboldt Foundation grants up to 100 Humboldt Research Awards annually.Nominations may be submitted by established academics in Germany. Nominations may also be initiated by award winners of the Humboldt Foundation working abroad, provided that the nomination is made jointly with a colleague working in Germany.

05/01/2018
60,000 Euros

Title: Gustav O. Lienhard Award

The award--a medal and $40,000--recognizes individuals for outstanding achievement in improving health care services in the United States.

05/05/2018
$40,000

Title: Basser Global Prize

The Basser Global Prize has been established to honor a visionary scientist who has conceptually advanced BRCA1/2 related research that has led to improvements in clinical care. The prize will be considered for a broad range of basic, translational and clinical BRCA1/2 cancer researchers worldwide. Outstanding candidates will be those whose research has produced seminal advances in the field and who continue to drive BRCA1/2 related research towards the ultimate goal of mitigating the adverse impact of deleterious BRCA1/2 and related mutations. The Basser Global Prize provides $200,000  in unrestricted support of the awardee's innovative BRCA1/2 related research efforts.

05/15/2018
$200,000

Title: AACR Outstanding Investigator Award for Breast Cancer Research, funded by Susan G. Komen for the Cure

The AACR Outstanding Investigator Award for Breast Cancer Research, funded by Susan G. Komen for the Cure

05/16/2018
$10,000

Title: The Abraham Horwitz Award for Excellence in Leadership in Inter-American Public Health

The Abraham Horwitz Award for Excellence in Leadership in Inter-American Public Health, created in 1975, recognizes leadership that has changed lives and improved health of the people of the Americas. This award honors creative public health leaders whose commitment and contributions to public health stimulates region-wide improvements in the lives of the peoples of the Americas, as well as excellence among their peers, staff, and other public health professionals. In addition, the award calls attention to health concerns throughout the Hemisphere, and is intended to inspire continuing achievements in region-wide health by professionals.

05/30/2018

Title: Prince Mahidol Award in Medicine

The Prince Mahidol in Medicine is awarded for outstanding performance and/or research in the field of medicine for the benefit of mankind

05/31/2018
$100,000

Title: Prince Mahidol Award in Public Health

The Prince Mahidol in Public Health is awarded for outstanding contribution in the field of public health for the sake of the well-being of the peoples

05/31/2018
$50,000

Title: Ilse L Helmut Wachter Award

For exceptional scientific acheivements in all fields of medicine and is open to scinetists of all nationalities. Self-nominations are not accepted.Nominations must be in writing and include:

  • CV
  • List of most important publications
  • detailed report of the relevance of the scientific achievement

Nominations should be sent to:I & H Wachter Stiftung c/o Professor L. Huber, M.D. (Chairman) Rektorat, Innsbruck Medical University Christoph Probst-Platz A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria 

05/31/2018
15,000 Euros

Title: The ASBMB-Merck Award

The ASBMB-Merck Award recognizes outstanding contributions to research in biochemistry and molecular biology. Nominations must be originated by Society members, but the nominees need not be ASBMB members.

06/02/2018
$5000

Title: ASCMB-William C. Rose Award

The William C. Rose Award recognizes outstanding contributions to biochemical and molecular biological research and a demonstrated commitment to the training of younger scientists, as epitomized by the late Dr. Rose. Nominations must be originated by Society members, but the nominees need not be ASBMB members.

06/02/2018
$3000

Title: ASBMB- The Herbert Tabor Research Award

The Herbert Tabor Research Award and lectureship has been established by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to recognize the many contributions of Dr. Herbert Tabor to the Journal of Biological Chemistry and the Society. The award will be given for excellence in biological chemistry and molecular biology and contributions to the community of scientists.  ASBMB seeks to be the first to recognize outstanding accomplishments. Nominations must originate from ASBMB members and the nominee must be a member of ASBMB.

06/02/2018
$30,000

Title: Vilcek Prize For Creative Promise in Biomedical Science

The Vilcek Foundation will award three prizes of $50,000 each to young foreign-born biomedical scientists who demonstrate outstanding early achievement. Eligible work may be in basic, applied, and/or translational biomedical science. 

06/10/2018
50,000

Title: Sanofi-Institut Pasteur Awards

These Awards will honor four scientists, whose outstanding research in the life sciences is contributing to progress in global public health, specifically in the following fields: Tropical and neglected diseasesImmunologyDrug resistanceNeuroscience

06/14/2018
75,000-155,000 Euros

Title: The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology

The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology acknowledges the increasingly active and important role of neurobiology in advancing our understanding of the functioning of the brain and the nervous system -- a quest that seems destined for dramatic expansion in the coming decades. This international prize, established in 2002, encourages the work of promising young neurobiologists by providing support in the early stages of their careers. It is awarded annually for the most outstanding neurobiological research by a young scientist, as described in a 1,000-word essay based on research performed during the past three years.

06/14/2018
$25,000

Title: Lasker-Bloomberg Public Service Award.

The Lasker~Bloomberg Public Service Award honors exceptional individuals or organizations whose public service has profoundly enlarged the possibilities for medical research and the health sciences and their impact on the health of the public. The Award will be conferred on a winner selected from among policy makers, journalists, philanthropists, advocates, scientists, and public health professionals.The Award will be conferred on a winner selected from among policy makers, journalists, philanthropists, advocates, scientists, and public health professionals. The Committee welcomes nominations in global health, domestic health, or both. Nominations must meet at least one of the following criteria: 1) to an individual or organization who has significantly moved forward public understanding of subjects in medical research, medicine and health through bold investigation, reporting, or extraordinary educational efforts; 2) to an individual or organization who has played a major role in the support of policy, legislative or other initiatives aimed at progressin the medical sciences or health worldwide; 3) to an individual or organization who has provided critical and generous financial support for incisive initiatives to enhance medical research; 4) to an individual or organization who has developed a national or international profile as an outstanding spokesperson in support of medical research or the health sciences, and whose advocacy and leadership have brought about significant, lasting benefits for research, medicine, or health; 5) to an individual or organization whose outstanding public health practice has significantly improved the lives of many people.

02/01/2019
02/02/2015
$250,000