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Outstanding Investigator Award of 2019 ISHR World Congress in Beijing China

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内容导读:The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2019 Outstanding Investigator Award is May 11, 2018. This award will be presented at the 2019 ISHR World Congress in Beijing, China (June 3-6, 2019).

The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2019 Outstanding Investigator Award is May 11, 2018. This award will be presented at the 2019 ISHR World Congress in Beijing, China (June 3-6, 2019).

The International Society for Heart Research invites nominations for the Outstanding Investigator Award. The presentation of this prestigious Award is a highlight of the ISHR Section Meetings or the ISHR World Congress.

Purpose of the Award

The Outstanding Investigator Award is presented annually to an outstanding scientist who is making major and independent contributions to the advancement of cardiovascular science, and leading a growing research program likely to play a significant role in the future. The main criteria for selecting awardees are scientific excellence, independence, and potential for future research contributions. Thus, the Outstanding Investigator Award targets investigators in the intermediate phase of an established academic career (at least Assistant or Associate Professor; normally <45 years of age).

Nature of the Prize

The Outstanding Investigator Award is presented either at the triennial ISHR World Congress or, in non-Congress years, at one of 6 Section meetings on a rotating basis. The awardee will present a major lecture, and will receive a $1,500 honorarium and a plaque. An announcement of this Award, along with a photograph and a biosketch, will be published in Heart News and Views and posted on the ISHR website. The Award includes free meeting registration and reimbursement for travel expenses up to a maximum of $1,500 (to include coach class travel and a maximum of 3 nights’ hotel accommodation) when the Award recipient delivers the lecture within the geographic area of his/her own local Section, and up to a maximum of $3,000 when inter-continental travel is required.

Procedure for Nomination and Selection

1. The competition for the Outstanding Investigator Award will be administered by the President-Elect of the ISHR International.

2. Nominees and nominators must be active members of the International Society for Heart Research at the time of nomination (membership application is available through the ISHR website at www.ishrworld.org).

3. Nominations for the Outstanding Investigator Award will be sought by the President-Elect from members of the Society, through the International Council, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, the Councils of ISHR Sections, and an open invitation on the ISHR website.

4. Nominations will be evaluated by a multidisciplinary Selection Committee composed of at least ten individuals, representing at least four Sections of the Society. The Selection Committee will include the President, the President-Elect, the Editor of the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, the Secretary General, the Treasurer and at least three members of the International Council. There will be at least one representative of each of four Sections. Besides the statutory members, the President-Elect has the prerogative to appoint additional members based upon the need for scientific expertise in evaluating nominees.

5. Members of the Selection Committee will declare any conflict of interest (or close relationship with any candidate) and the voting mechanism will be adjusted accordingly.

 

 

6. Members of the Selection Committee will not be eligible for consideration for the Outstanding Investigator Award while serving on the Committee.

7. The Award carries with it the requirement to attend and deliver a lecture at the ISHR meeting at which the award is presented. Travel expenses will be reimbursed as described above.

8. The recipient of any Society Award (the Outstanding Investigator Award, the Research Achievement Award or the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award) is ineligible to receive another Society or Lecture Award for a period of 6 years. After that period of time, the winner of the Outstanding Investigator Award will be eligible for the Research Achievement Award or the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award and the winner of the Research Achievement Award will be eligible for the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award; however, previous winners of the more senior awards are not eligible for the more junior awards.

9. The amount of the Award will be reviewed periodically and determined by the Council of the ISHR.

10. The Secretary General and Treasurer will keep a full and permanent record of nominations, elections, and results as well as of the finances of the scheme.

11. Nominations (one per person) must include the following materials, with all documents submitted electronically in PDF format:

• A letter (maximum two pages) confirming the nominee’s commitment to attend the relevant ISHR meeting, if elected, and describing the nominee’s research achievements. Letters proposing a nomination are most helpful if they deal as specifically as possible with the candidate’s most important contributions to science, as well as outlining any significant career breaks. Administrative service or leadership will not be taken into account by the Selection Committee.

• Nominee’s current curriculum vitae containing a bibliography.

• A list of the candidate’s top 5 publications with web links.

12. Self-nominations will not be considered.

13. Nominations should be sent as a single pdf to BOTH:

 

Dr. Thomas Eschenhagen, Email: t.eschenhagen@uke.de and

Dr Leslie Anderson Lobaugh, Email: llobaugh@ishrworld.org

The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2019 Outstanding Investigator Award is May 11, 2018. Nominations received after that date will not be considered.

RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2019 Research Achievement Award is May 11, 2018. This award will be presented at the 2019 ISHR World Congress in Beijing, China (June 3-6, 2019).

The International Society for Heart Research invites nominations for the Research Achievement Award. The presentation of this prestigious Award is a highlight of the ISHR Section Meetings or the ISHR World Congress.

Purpose of the Award

The Research Achievement Award recognizes an internationally prominent investigator with a sustained and distinguished record of major scientific achievements in the field of cardiovascular research. Awardees will have already had, and are expected to continue to have, a major impact on our understanding and/or treatment of cardiovascular disease. Thus, the Research Achievement Award targets investigators at an advanced stage of an established academic career (full Professor or the equivalent; normally 45-60 years of age).

Nature of the Prize

The Research Achievement Award is presented either at the triennial ISHR World Congress or, in non-Congress years, at one of 6 ISHR Section meetings on a rotating basis. The awardee will present a major lecture, and will receive a $1,500 honorarium and a plaque. An announcement of this Award, along with a photograph and a biosketch, will be published in Heart News and Views and posted on the ISHR website. The Award includes free meeting registration and reimbursement for travel expenses up to a maximum of $1,500 (to include coach class travel and a maximum of 3 nights’ hotel accommodation) when the Award recipient delivers the lecture within the geographic area of his/her own local Section, and up to a maximum of $3,000 when inter-continental travel is required.

Procedure for Nomination and Selection

1. The competition for the Research Achievement Award will be administered by the President-Elect of the ISHR International.

2. Nominees and nominators must be active members of the International Society for Heart Research at the time of nomination (membership application is available through the ISHR website at www.ishrworld.org).

3. Nominations for the Research Achievement Award will be sought by the President-Elect from members of the Society, through the International Council, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, the Councils of ISHR Sections, and an open invitation on the ISHR website.

4. Nominations will be evaluated by a multidisciplinary Selection Committee composed of at least ten individuals, representing at least four Sections of the Society. The Selection Committee will include the President, the President-Elect, the Editor of the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, the Secretary General, the Treasurer and at least three members of the International Council. There will be at least one representative of each of four Sections. Besides the statutory members, the President-Elect has the prerogative to appoint additional members based upon the need for scientific expertise in evaluating nominees.

 

 

5. Members of the Selection Committee will declare any conflict of interest (or close relationship with any candidate) and the voting mechanism will be adjusted accordingly.

6. Members of the Selection Committee will not be eligible for consideration for the Research Achievement Award while serving on the Committee.

7. The Award carries with it the requirement to attend and deliver a lecture at the ISHR meeting at which the award is presented. Travel expenses will be reimbursed as described above.

8. The recipient of any Society Award (the Outstanding Investigator Award, the Research Achievement Award or the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award) is ineligible to receive another Society or Lecture Award for a period of 6 years. After that period of time, the winner of the Outstanding Investigator Award will be eligible for the Research Achievement Award or the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award and the winner of the Research Achievement Award will be eligible for the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award; however, previous winners of the more senior awards are not eligible for the more junior awards.

9. The amount of the Award will be reviewed periodically and determined by the Council of the ISHR.

10. The Secretary General and Treasurer will keep a full and permanent record of nominations, elections, and results as well as of the finances of the scheme.

11. Nominations (one per person) must include the following materials, with all documents submitted electronically in PDF format:

• A letter (maximum two pages) confirming the nominee’s commitment to attend the relevant ISHR meeting, if elected, and describing the nominee’s research achievements. Letters proposing a nomination are most helpful if they deal as specifically as possible with the candidate’s most important contributions to science, as well as outlining any significant career breaks. Administrative service or leadership will not be taken into account by the Selection Committee.

• Nominee’s current curriculum vitae containing a bibliography.

• A list of the candidate’s top 10 publications with web links.

12. Self-nominations will not be considered.

13. Nominations should be sent as a single pdf to BOTH:

 

Dr. Thomas Eschenhagen, Email: t.eschenhagen@uke.de and

Dr. Leslie Anderson Lobaugh: llobaugh@ishrworld.org

The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2019 Research Achievement Award is May 11 , 2018. Nominations received after that date will not be considered.

PETER HARRIS DISTINGUISHED SCIENTIST AWARD

The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2019 Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award is May 11, 2018. This award will be presented at the 2019 ISHR World Congress in Beijing, China (June 3-6, 2019).

The International Society for Heart Research invites nominations for the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award. The presentation of this prestigious Award is a highlight of the ISHR Section Meetings or the ISHR World Congress.

Purpose of the Award

The Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award recognizes a senior investigator with lifetime contributions of major discoveries in cardiovascular science. Thus, the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award targets investigators who have made sustained contributions during a prolonged academic career as an internationally leading investigator (full or emeritus Professor or the equivalent; normally >60 years of age).

Nature of the Prize

The Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award is presented either at the triennial ISHR World Congress or, in non-Congress years, at one of 6 ISHR Section meetings on a rotating basis. The awardee will present a major lecture, and will receive a $1,500 honorarium and a plaque. An announcement of this Award, along with a photograph and a biosketch, will be published in Heart News and Views and posted on the ISHR website. The Award includes free meeting registration and reimbursement for travel expenses up to a maximum of $1,500 (to include coach class travel and a maximum of 3 nights’ hotel accommodation) when the Award recipient delivers the lecture within the geographic area of his/her own local Section, and up to a maximum of $3,000 when inter-continental travel is required.

Procedure for Nomination and Selection

1. The competition for the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award will be administered by the President-Elect of the ISHR International.

2. Nominees and nominators must be active members of the International Society for Heart Research at the time of nomination (membership application is available through the ISHR website at www.ishrworld.org).

3. Nominations for the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award will be sought by the President-Elect from members of the Society, through the International Council, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, the Councils of ISHR Sections, and an open invitation on the ISHR website.

4. Nominations will be evaluated by a multidisciplinary Selection Committee composed of at least ten individuals, representing at least four Sections of the Society. The Selection Committee will include the President, the President-Elect, the Editor of the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, the Secretary General, the Treasurer and at least three members of the International Council. There will be at least one representative of each of four Sections. Besides the ten statutory members, the President-Elect has the prerogative to appoint additional members based upon the need for scientific expertise in evaluating nominees.

 

 

5. Members of the Selection Committee will declare any conflict of interest (or close relationship with any candidate) and the voting mechanism will be adjusted accordingly.

6. Members of the Selection Committee will not be eligible for consideration for the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award while serving on the Committee.

7. The Award carries with it the requirement to attend and deliver a lecture at the ISHR meeting at which the award is presented. Travel expenses will be reimbursed as described above.

8. The recipient of any Society Award (the Outstanding Investigator Award, the Research Achievement Award or the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award) is ineligible to receive another Society or Lecture Award for a period of 6 years. After that period of time, the winner of the Outstanding Investigator Award will be eligible for the Research Achievement Award or the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award and the winner of the Research Achievement Award will be eligible for the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award; however, previous winners of the more senior awards are not eligible for the more junior awards.

9. The amount of the Award will be reviewed periodically and determined by the Council of the ISHR.

10. The Secretary General and Treasurer will keep a full and permanent record of nominations, elections, and results as well as of the finances of the scheme.

11. Nominations (one per person) must include the following materials, with all documents submitted electronically in PDF format:

• A letter (maximum two pages) confirming the nominee’s commitment to attend the relevant ISHR meeting, if elected, and describing the nominee’s research achievements. Letters proposing a nomination are most helpful if they deal as specifically as possible with the candidate’s most important contributions to science, as well as outlining any significant career breaks. Administrative service or leadership will not be taken into account by the Selection Committee.

• Nominee’s current curriculum vitae containing a bibliography.

• A list of the candidate’s top 15 publications with web links.

12. Self-nominations will not be considered.

13. Nominations should be sent as a single pdf to BOTH:

 

Dr. Thomas Eschenhagen, Email: t.eschenhagen@uke.de and

Dr. Leslie Anderson Lobaugh, Email: llobaugh@ishrworld.org

The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2019 Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award is May 11, 2018. Nominations received after that date will not be considered.