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NBIC Young Investigator Award 2013 is looking for nominees

NBIC

28 Feb 2013

Christian Gilissen, Winner of the YIA in 2012

During the NBIC 2013 on April 16, NBIC will present the NBIC Young Investigator Award 2013. The winner will be awarded with a cash prize of 2.500 Euro. The award ceremony is planned on Day 1 of the conference (April 16th, 2013) and will include an honorary lecture by the recipient of the award.

You can now nominate candidates (PhD’s). They must meet the following criteria:

  • The candidate must have conducted his/her research primarily in a Dutch institute.
  • The primary result on which the award will be based will be the PhD thesis written by the candidate. Therefore, the final version of the thesis of the candidate should have been submitted to the PhD committee at the candidate's university between January 1, 2012 and February 28, 2013 at the latest.

Other criteria that might be considered by the award committee are:

  • The candidate significantly contributed to the idea of the research;
  • The research of the candidate resulted in novel or improved bioinformatics methodologies;
  • The research of the candidate advanced life sciences research;
  • The candidate independently conducted the research;
  • The research resulted in a scientific publication, software application or database;
  • The work of the candidate has given broad visibility of bioinformatics in the life sciences field;
  • The candidate has otherwise significantly contributed to bioinformatics or the bioinformatics community in the Netherlands.

Each nomination must be accompanied with:

  • Name and affiliation of candidate
  • Motivation for nomination by group leader of candidate
  • Curriculum Vitae of the candidate
  • A URL to the final version of the PhD thesis (preferably to the PDF of the printed version)

You can submit your abstract via the YIA submission form.

More information about the NBIC YIA at the NBIC2013 website.