IRSS Career Achievement Award
Opens Aug 14 2023 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline Dec 1 2023 11:59 PM (EST)
Description

An engraved plaque will be awarded to a senior investigator whose body of work represents an outstanding achievement in respiratory/inhalation toxicology.

The nomination should include:

  1. a primary nomination letter on letterhead (this letter can be signed by one or multiple individuals; 3 pages max) discussing the individual’s work in advancing the field and should specifically address the following four areas:
    1. breadth and depth of scientific contributions,
    2. influence in the education/training/mentorship of young scientists in the field,
    3. leadership and service to the field, and
    4. influence on regulatory/public health decisions.
  2. A curriculum vitae should also be included.

Supporting letters of nomination (no more than two will be evaluated) can be provided. Although preference will be given to Specialty Section and SOT members at large, the primary criteria for this award will be the importance of the investigator’s contribution to the field of inhalation and respiratory toxicology.

Nominations of unsuccessful candidates will be considered for two additional years unless the nomination is withdrawn by the sponsor.

A list of past recipients of the IRSS Career achievement award can be found in our annual newsletters.

Questions? Email the Vice President-Elect of the IRSS, Christopher Reilly.

IRSS Career Achievement Award


An engraved plaque will be awarded to a senior investigator whose body of work represents an outstanding achievement in respiratory/inhalation toxicology.

The nomination should include:

  1. a primary nomination letter on letterhead (this letter can be signed by one or multiple individuals; 3 pages max) discussing the individual’s work in advancing the field and should specifically address the following four areas:
    1. breadth and depth of scientific contributions,
    2. influence in the education/training/mentorship of young scientists in the field,
    3. leadership and service to the field, and
    4. influence on regulatory/public health decisions.
  2. A curriculum vitae should also be included.

Supporting letters of nomination (no more than two will be evaluated) can be provided. Although preference will be given to Specialty Section and SOT members at large, the primary criteria for this award will be the importance of the investigator’s contribution to the field of inhalation and respiratory toxicology.

Nominations of unsuccessful candidates will be considered for two additional years unless the nomination is withdrawn by the sponsor.

A list of past recipients of the IRSS Career achievement award can be found in our annual newsletters.

Questions? Email the Vice President-Elect of the IRSS, Christopher Reilly.

Opens
Aug 14 2023 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline
Dec 1 2023 11:59 PM (EST)

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