RSC/BMOS Young Investigator Award 2015

RSC/BMOS Young Investigator Award 2015

Posted by Nic Bygrave on Jun 15, 2015 4:27 pm

Call for applications for the RSC/BMOS Young Investigator Award to attend 16th BMOS conference, 15-18 November 2015, Buzios, Brazil.

Closing date for applications is 15 July 2015.

Applicants must be 40 years old or under on 15 July 2015. Applications are welcome from candidates based in Latin America, the UK and Ireland. There are 2 RSC/BMOS Young Investigator Awards available for UK/Ireland based researchers and 2 RSC/BMOS Young Investigator Awards available for Latin American based researchers. 

The winner will be selected by a selection committee that will include members of the Organic Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry and from the BMOS Organising Committee. Winners will receive a free registration to the 16th BMOS conference, a certificate, an invitation to deliver a flash presentation (prior to the plenary lecture) and a contribution towards travel and accommodation to attend the conference.

Submissions will open on the 15 March - applications should be made using the online submission link. The closing date for receipt of applications is 15 July 2015

Documents needed for submission:

  • a supporting statement to include a paragraph outlining why attendance at this conference would be beneficial
  • an abstract of your proposed flash presentation  (15 minute presentation)
  • a brief biological sketch [curriculum vitae; ca. 1 page] which should include date of birth, summary of education and career, a list of no more than 5 relevant publications;
  • The biographical sketch [curriculum vitae] should also include evidence of independence and originality/impact of research                  

The RSC/BMOS Young Investigator Award is sponsored by the Organic Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry.Organic Division, Royal Society of Chemistry
For more information, visit our page on the Young Investigator Awards from the 15th BMOS conference.

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