EBSA Young Investigators’ Medal and Prize
Deadline December 31st 2014.
The prize will be given to a promising young scientist. It will be awarded at the 10th Biophysics Congress, in Dresden in 2015.
The candidate should normally be within 12 years of completion of their PhD at the time the prize is given, although allowance will be made for any career breaks such as maternity leave or compulsory military service. Candidates should be working in one of the Member countries.
The winner of the Prize receives 2000 € and a Medal, and will present a Lecture at the 10th Biophysics Congress, in Dresden, Germany (July 18 – 22, 2015).
How to apply
Nominations (at most 2 pages long) should be made by the National Societies.
See here the Complete instructions and a list of previous winners of the EBSA Prize.