Transition to independence is one of the most challenging and critical stages in the career of a research scientist. This award is established to encourage and support emerging investigators who are at the stage of building independent careers in our disciplines in Australia and New Zealand. The award will be an imprimatur of scientific accomplishment. The principal criteria will be the quality of the candidate's research and evidence of ability to sustain an independent career.
The ANZSCDB Emerging Leader Award 2017 awardee was Archa Fox, University of Western Australia.
To view/read the interview with Archa, please click here
Past Award Winners:
Candidates must be financial members of the ANZSCDB for at least one year and have been in an independent position for less than or equal to 10 years.
Candidates must be nominated by a member of the Society (each of at least 1 year's standing). Candidates may self-nominate, but their nomination must be seconded by a letter from a Society member.
* Please submit your nominations to the President (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 26th April 2017. Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure the nominee is aware of the nomination and is able to attend Combio in Adelaide, 3 – 7 October 2017.
Candidates should submit:
The successful candidate will receive an award, a symposium talk at COMBIO (the Prize includes: Combio registration, travel, one night’s accommodation and the Society’s dinner).
Close of Application
Please send application materials to President, Sally Dunwoodie.