RMS Distinguished Scientist Award
The aim of the RMS Distinguished Scientist Award is to celebrate and mark outstanding scientific achievements in any area of microscopy or flow cytometry for established, mid-career researchers. Nominees would normally be expected to have run their own research lab for more than 10 years. We expect to award up to five per year. Applicants should be nominated by a colleague. The award is open to applicants worldwide and will take the form of a certificate. This award is not open to Honorary Fellows.
Applications for 2019 have closed.
Applications for 2020 will open in January.
Nominating a colleague - Nominators must submit a curriculum vitae (CV) for the nominated candidate, a list of all their publications, a short resumé (300 words) of their contributions together with a list of their top 5 publications, and a covering letter to Debbie Hunt (email@example.com) stating they wish their colleague to be considered for this award. 1-2 additional letters of support from colleagues would normally be expected.
Applications for 2019 had to be submitted by the deadline of 30 September 2019. The winners will be announced in November 2019.