Travel and Career Contribution Awards
Fifth Joint ECNS & ISNIP Conference
To encourage students, trainees and young scientists to attend the Frankfurt meeting, ECNS will offer travel awards. The awards will be $1,000 for USA or other overseas applicants, $800 for applicants from Europe and $200 for local applicants from Frankfurt (minus the meeting registration fee). To apply, send an abstract of your proposed meeting presentation and a brief letter from your mentor to Dr. Gerard Bruder ().
Early Career Contribution (ECC) Award:
The ECC Award is given to an academician whose investigative work is scientifically sound and carries a significant likelihood of translation into clinical application. The awardee must be at an academic rank less than professor at the time of the award.
Career Contribution Award (CCA):
The CCA is given annually to a senior scientist whose work has significantly contributed to the understanding of the pathophysiology of neuropsychiatric disorders.
A committee headed by Gerard Bruder of Columbia University is responsible for evaluating the nominations for the awards. Please submit a letter of nomination and, if possible a CV of the nominee, to Dr. Bruder at .