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The Young Investigator Award recognizes the outstanding achievements and contributions by a professional scientist in the field of oligonucleotide therapeutics who has received his or her doctoral degree within the previous fifteen years.
The recipient receives:
- $2,000 award
- Complimentary registration to the OTS Annual Meeting
- Formal presentation of the award at the OTS Annual Meeting
- Short talk speaking slot at the OTS Annual Meeting
Required materials include:
-Current CV (date on which the doctoral degree was awarded must be provided)
-Summary of accomplishments (one page or less)
-A letter of recommendation, which may be from the nominee’s current colleague(s) or previous mentor(s). (Note: letter(s) of recommendation will be requested via the online application system.)
- Be a current member of OTS
- Have received a PhD or MD (or equivalent) within 15 years
- Be an independent academic scientist (rank of at least assistant professor) or a professional industrial scientist
- Be active in research at the time the award is given
- Attend the current year’s Annual Meeting and present a 15 minute short talk on research
- Prior winners are not eligible
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply you must first register for the current year’s annual meeting, then you will be emailed a link to the online submission portal where you can apply for the award. If you are not yet a current OTS member, you can purchase a membership during your meeting registration.
If you have questions, please e-mail email@example.com.
Congratulations to the Winner of the OTS Young Investigator Award!