The Gertrud Reemtsma Foundation invites the scientific community to nominate qualified scientists from any branch of translational neuroscience.
Nominations should be made by universities, non-profit science organisations, neuroscience societies, neuroscience institutes as well as clinical departments. The evaluation of the contributions of the nominees depends on the quality of information supplied. Therefore, nominations should be accurate, detailed but concise, current, complete, and with three supporting letters reflecting the nominee’s accomplishments. Self-nominations are excluded.
The nomination (one PDF file) should include
- a maximum one page nomination letter including NAME and AFFILIATION of the nominator
- CV of the nominee including the list of publications
- one sentence for what the Prize should be given
- appraisal of the candidate’s work
- Summary of the achievements
(succinctly describe the contributions and achievements of the nominee and what his/her work means for the field of research; 250 words maximum)
- Clinical implication (What is the clinical/neurological disease implication?)
- Should the Prize be shared, if so with whom?
- key papers (cite the 2 or 3 top references related to the importance of the work)
- three letters of support from eminent scientists (scanned)
Please submit the PDF file at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nomination deadline: June 15, 2019
The recipients will be announced in March of 2020 and presented at
the award ceremony in Cologne in September of 2020.