About the Award
A woman at the mid-career level (7-15 years in an independent position at the nomination deadline) who has demonstrated a track record of exceptional scientific contributions to cell biology and/or has effectively translated cell biology across disciplines, and who exemplifies a high level of scientific endeavor and leadership.
The winner is presented a plaque and $1,000 and will speak in a Minisymposium at Cell Bio Virtual 2020-An Online ASCB|EMBO Meeting. Meeting registration, economy airfare, up to 4 nights hotel, and up to 4 days per diem are paid.
Who is Eligible
How to Apply
Provide a letter of nomination, a full-length CV, and up to three letters of support, including at least one from outside the nominee’s institution.
The winner is presented a plaque and $1,000 and will speak in a Minisymposium at Cell Bio Virtual 2020- An Online ASCB|EMBO Meeting. Meeting registration, economy airfare, and up to 3 nights hotel are paid.
Nominees for and recipients of ASCB honorific awards and prizes are expected to exemplify and to continue to exemplify the highest standards of professional conduct. Letters of support should explicitly address whether a nominee’s professional conduct over their career embodies the principles and expectations noted in ASCB’s Mission Statement, the Community Code of Conduct, the Honorific Code of Conduct and the Workforce Diversity Statement.
As a founder of the Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA https://sfdora.org/), the ASCB does not use journal impact factors or other journal-based metrics in the evaluation process for its award candidates. The ASCB looks at an individual’s research contributions and impact on the field, rather than the prestige of the journals where work is published.