Nominations Open for Bioanalysis Zone Young Investigator Award

By January 15, 2015


Bioanalysis Zone is now accepting nominations for the Waters-sponsored 2015 Young Investigator Award. Over the last five years, Bioanalysis Zone and peer-reviewed journal Bioanalysis recognized and promoted the work of talented early-career researchers with the Award. Nominees will be featured in Bioanalysis Zone, and the finalists, chosen by readers, will also appear in Bioanalysis. The winner will receive:

  • $1,000 prize courtesy of Waters Corporation
  • year’s subscription to Bioanalysis
  • complementary open access publication of their next accepted paper

Russell Mortishire-Smith, Senior Consultant Scientist at Waters talks about why this award is so important to the industry and Waters: “By supporting the development of a talented next generation in the field of bioanalysis, we hope to help young researchers as they advance their careers and help build the future for drug discovery and development. As the science of quantitation move beyond traditional techniques and focuses on innovative technologies that challenge our current methods and bring new and exciting opportunities into our reach, we believe that it is important to identify and reward promising early-career scientists as they inspire us and our community.”

Nominees can be from academia or industry, in any area of bioanalysis, but must be aged 35 or under, or be in the first five years of their bioanalytical career. For more details and to download a nomination form, click here. Nominations close April 2, 2015.


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