Deadline: 15 May, 2021
The award aims to recognise bold young researchers who ask fundamental questions at the intersection of the life and social sciences, and scientists who have performed interdisciplinary work with an enthusiasm that has catalysed cross-field collaboration.
It also aims to recognise researchers who take risks to address relevant and exciting questions with creative approaches, regardless of the research outcome.
Successful applicants will have made significant advances in applying techniques developed in one domain to address questions in another.
- Grand prize winner will receive US $15,000, and be provided travel and accommodation to the award ceremony, if applicable
- Runner-up will receive US$5,000, and be provided travel and accommodation to the award ceremony, if applicable
- Entrant must be younger than 35 years of age and must hold M.D./Ph.D. at the time of entry
- The award will be granted annually to one young scientist based on work done in the past three years
To nominate and for more information, click here.
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