Gruber Foundation is pleased to announce the Neuroscience Prize. Individuals from anywhere in the world who have conducted highly distinguished research in the field of the brain, spinal cord, or peripheral nervous system.
Nominations for the Neuroscience Prize are invited annually from individuals, organizations, and institutions that are active in or have an appreciation for contemporary neuroscience research and study.
Each prize, which is accompanied by a $500,000 unrestricted monetary award, is designed both to recognize groundbreaking work in each field and to inspire additional efforts that effect fundamental shifts in knowledge and culture.
Who May Eligible:
To eligible, the candidates must be following all the eligibility criteria:
- Individuals from anywhere in the world
- Who has conducted highly distinguished research in the field of the brain, spinal cord, or peripheral nervous system
How to Apply & Competitions Rules:
To apply, the applicants must download the application form and submit it with all required documents to email@example.com or email to- firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to +1 203-436-3540
Note: if problems are encountered with the web-based nomination system address any nominations-related correspondence to- Nominations, the Gruber Foundation, Yale University, Office of Development, PO Box 2038, New Haven, CT 06521 USA
- All materials must be submitted in English.
- Provide all information requested on the form.
- Nominations must be accompanied by curriculum vitae, do not attach a full list of publications, as they request a list of up to twelve (12) key journal references that illustrate the nominee’s contributions to the field on the nomination form.
- Nominations need not be on the actual nomination form but must be presented precisely in the order and format as prescribed on the form and be accompanied by all supporting documents.
- They prefer that all nominations are submitted electronically.
- Up to two letters of support are welcome, but not required
- $500,000 unrestricted monetary award
Nominations for the 2019 Neuroscience Prize will close on December 15, 2018.