Early career award for Rasmann

Assistant Professor Sergio Rasmann won the Early Career Award from the International Society of Chemical Ecology. This award recognizes cutting edge research in any area of chemical ecology performed by a new scientist. Congratulations to Sergio!

The ISCE Early Career Award recognizes cutting edge research in any area of chemical ecology performed by the new generation of scientists. The award is intended for researchers within 8 years after obtaining their PhD and includes a lecture at the annual ISCE conference in the same year. The travel, accomodation,and conference fee will be covered by the ISCE. An applicant can be self-nominated or nominated by another ISCE member, but must have been a member of the ISCE for at least one year. The selection will be performed by the council and executive board of the ISCE and the applicants will be informed on the outcome prior to the early bird registration deadline of the annual conference.

2014 Early Career Award

The ISCE is now accepting nominations for the 2014 award. Please see below and view the award announcement for details. The deadline for submissions is March 14th, 2014.

Eligibility:

Member of the ISCE for at least 1 year
Early career researchers (within 8 years of graduation from Ph.D.)
Must present a plenary lecture at the meeting
Application Materials:

2014 Early Career Award Call for Nominations
Contact:

Stefan Schulz (click to email)

Deadline: March 14, 2014