2017 Young Investigator Awards for the Stem Cells Journals

Call for Applications

                                             

The Stem Cells Journals are proud to announce that we are accepting applications for two Young Investigator Awards. These prestigious prizes honor a young scientist who is principal author of a significant research paper published in STEM CELLS or STEM CELLS Translational Medicine.

To be eligible for the STEM CELLS Young Investigator Award or the STEM CELLS Translational Medicine Young Investigator Award, you must be the principal author of a STEM CELLS or STEM CELLS Translational Medicine paper published in an issue in 2016, and you must have been 40 years of age or younger at the time of the manuscript's submission.

To Apply for the STEM CELLS Young Investigator Award:

To Apply for the STEM CELLS Translational Medicine Young Investigator Award:

  1. Send the title of your paper along with a 250 word description of its impact on the field, explaining why your paper should be considered.
  2. Include a letter of reference from your mentor.
  3. Attach your curriculum vitae, including peer-accepted publications and your date of birth.

Send these as e-mail attachments by midnight (EDT) August 1, 2017, to: StemCellsAward@AlphaMedPress.com

  1. Send the title of your paper along with a 250 word description of its impact on the field, explaining why your paper should be considered.
  2. Include a letter of reference from your mentor.
  3. Attach your curriculum vitae, including peer-accepted publications and your date of birth.

Send these as e-mail attachments by midnight (EDT) August 1, 2017, to: SCTMAward@AlphaMedPress.com

Read about 2016 winners Gunes Uzer and Thorsten Döppner at http://stemcellsportal.com/young-investigator-award.

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Video abstract from Dr. Cooke, et al. on his recently published STEM CELLS paper entitled, "Retinoic Acid Inducible Gene 1 Protein (RIG1)-like Receptor Pathway is Required for Efficient Nuclear Reprogramming." Read the paper here.

Video abstract from Drs. Cox, Hetz, Liao, Aertker, Ewing-Cobbs, Juranek, Savitz, Jackson, Romanowska-Pawliczek, Triolo, Dash, Pedroza, Lee, Worth, Aisiku, Choi, Holcomb, and Kitagawa on their recently published STEM CELLS paper entitled, "Treatment of Severe Adult Traumatic Brain Injury Using Bone Marrow Mononuclear Cells." Read the paper here.

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