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CINP Sumitomo/Sunovion Brain Health Basic & Clinical Research Awards

CINP Sumitomo/Sunovion Brain Health Basic Research Award

The Neuroscience Basic Research Award will be presented at the 32nd CINP World Congress in Taipei, Taiwan. The recipient of the 2020 award will be chosen by an international scientific jury by March 2020. This award consists of a monetary award of USD 10,000; an engraved plaque, complimentary Congress registration, round trip economy air travel; and up to three nights’ accommodation at the Congress hotel.

CINP Sumitomo/Sunovion Brain Health Clinical Research Award

The Neuroscience Clinical Research Award will be presented at the 32nd CINP World Congress in Taipei, Taiwan. The recipient of the 2020 award will be chosen by an international scientific jury by March 2020. This award consists of a monetary award of USD 10,000; an engraved plaque, complimentary Congress registration fee, round trip economy air travel and up to three nights’ accommodation at the Congress hotel.

Guidelines

  • The Neuroscience Research Awards are given to scientists in recognition of an outstanding contribution to psychopharmacology.

  • Candidates must be less than 55 years of age as of 1st January 2020.

  • Candidates must be nominated by a member of CINP. The nominee should be affiliated with a hospital, university, or research institution.

  • The Awardee must commit to attendance at the 2020 World Congress for all three days.

Application

The Call for Nominations is now closed. Thank you for all nominations received which are currently under review by the Fellowship & Awards Committee.

Previous Winners - Basic

  • 2020: Tibor Harkany, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
  • 2016: Noboru Hiroi, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA
  • 2014: Bita Moghaddam, University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • 2010: Pierre Blier, University of Ottawa, Canada
  • 2008: Anthony Grace, University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • 2006: Ronald Duman, Yale University School of Medicine, USA
  • 2004: John L. Waddington, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland
  • 2002: Robert Malenka, Stanford University, USA & Eric Nestler, Univ. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA

Previous Winners - Clinical

  • 2020: Gustavo Turecki, McGill University, Canada
  • 2016: Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Central Institute of Mental Health, Germany
  • 2014: Eduard Vieta, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Spain
  • 2010: Paul J. Harrison, University of Oxford, UK
  • 2008: Rainer Rupprecht, University of Munich, Germany
  • 2006: Michael Davidson, Sheba Medical Center, Israel
  • 2004: Dennis S. Charney, National Institute of Mental Health, USA
  • 2002: Jeffrey Lieberman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

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