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Deadline for $10,000 Maxwell A. Pollack Award has been extended!

...igible for this award. This award carries a cash prize of $10,000 and covers travel expenses to The Gerontological Society of America's Annual Meeting! Previous winners of this prestigious award were Marc Freedman (Civic Ventures) in 2001 and Jennie Chin Hansen (On Lok) in 2002. The Maxwell A. Pollack ...

The MNI's de Grandpr Communcations Centre wins International Room Competition

...esentations Magazine's Best Rooms Contest. Second prize went to Princeton University (Bowl 16 Room) and third prize to the University of Illinois (TRECC Room). Rooms were judged for their "blend of architectural inge...

Purdue chemist wins national award for new ways to fight cancer, AIDS

...and ACS president. Each award consists of a $5,000 prize as well as an unrestricted research grant of $40,000....

Illinois chemist wins national award for new drug research

...and ACS president. Each award consists of a $5,000 prize as well as an unrestricted research grant of $40,000....

Chicago chemist wins national award for new ways to make drug candidates

... and ACS president. The award consists of a $5,000 prize as well as an unrestricted research grant of $40,000....

Irvine chemist wins national award for new drug techniques

...The award consists of a gold medallion and $25,000 prize as well as an unrestricted research grant of $150,000....

Chicago chemist wins national award for insights into how cells communicate

...and ACS president. Each award consists of a $5,000 prize as well as an unrestricted research grant of $40,000....

Oregon State chemist wins national award for synthesizing molecules in nature

...and ACS president. Each award consists of a $5,000 prize as well as an unrestricted research grant of $40,000....

Hopkins' Peter Agre receives 2003 Nobel Prize in chemistry

...isms. Agre (pronounced AHG-ray) shares this year's prize with Roderick MacKinnon, a Rockefeller University ....D., vice dean for research at Johns Hopkins. "The prize is not only a recognition of the important discoveries on how materials are transferred into and out...

Nesselroade to receive The Gerontological Society of America's 2003 Distinguished Career Award

...inguished Career Contribution to Gerontology. This prize is given annually to an individual whose theoretical contributions have helped bring about a new synthesis and perspective or have yielded original and elegant research designs addressing a significant problem in the literature. The award presentatio...

This year's Wakley Prize essays

...than finding out for themselves. In the second prize essay (TB and you and me . . . personal reflections), Dr Jaime Miranda recalls the struggle and desperation for patients and doctors trying to tackle tuberculosis in Peru: 'The commonest aspect of these stories is not the disease itself. It is the fa...

'Paper of the year' winner announced

...ancet Editor Richard Horton comments: "No existing prize in science or medicine recognises the vital importance of multi-disciplinary collaboration - this is a fatal flaw in, for example, the Nobel awards. With this prize, we aim to salute truly first-class advances in thinking or practice which would othe...

Dr. Brenda Milner first foreign associate of the NAS to receive Award in the Neurosciences

...) headquartered in Washington, DC. The $25,000 US prize is awarded every three years in recognition of extraordinary contributions to progress in the fields of neuroscience. Dr. Milner is the Dorothy J. Killam Professor, Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI), and a professor in the department of Neurolog...

Now accepting nominations for the $10,000 Maxwell A. Pollack Award

...gible for this award. This award carries a cash prize and symbol totaling $10,000 and covers travel expenses to The Gerontological Society of America's Annual Scientific Meeting. This years Annual Scientific Meeting will be held November 19-23, 2004 in Washington, DC. Previous winners of this prestigio...

UCSD's Dr. Leon Thal to receive Potamkin Prize, one of neurosciences' highest honors

...ich, Switzerland. The two will share the $100,000 prize awarded at the annual meeting of the American Acad...symbolize internationally the premier neuroscience prize for outstanding excellence in clinical or basic research on Alzheimer's disease and the related deme...

Awards & fellowships presented in Hawaii

...e 13th year of the award, which consists of a cash prize and a plaque. The IADR David B. Scott Fellowship...ate Norton Ross. The Fellowship consists of a cash prize and is presented to Aiko Nakasone, Graduate School, Tokyo Medical & Dental University, Japan. IADR...

2004 Geriatric Oral Research Award to Slade

... the IADR can bestow. The Award consists of a cash prize and plaque and was presented to Dr. Slade during the Opening Ceremonies of the IADR's 82nd General Session, convening here at the Hawaii Convention Center....

2004 Oral Medicine/Pathology Research Award to Gutkind

...is supported Sunstar Butler and consists of a cash prize and a plaque. It is one of 15 Distinguished Scientist Awards given annually by the IADR. Dr. Gutkind received his award today during the Opening Ceremonies of the IADR's 82nd General Session....

2004 Pharmacology/Therapeutics/Toxicology Award to Haas

...cs, & Toxicology Research Award consists of a cash prize and a plaque....

2004 Salivary Research Award to Ekstrom

...e William Wrigley, Jr. Company, consists of a cash prize and a plaque and is one of 15 Distinguished Scientist Awards conferred annually by the IADR, representing the highest honor the Association can bestow. Dr. Ekstrm received his award today during the Opening Ceremonies of the IADR's 82nd General Sessi...

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