The Nobel Prize is not a medical term, but a prestigious international award given annually in several categories, including Physiology or Medicine, for significant contributions to humanity that have conferred the greatest benefit to mankind.
"Awards and prizes in a medical context refer to formal recognitions, typically bestowed upon healthcare professionals or researchers, for significant contributions to medical advancements, patient care, or professional organizations, often involving monetary rewards, certificates, or trophies."
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
Time period from 2001 through 2100 of the common era.
Time period from 1801 through 1900 of the common era.
Societies whose membership is limited to dentists.
Graphic representations, especially of the face, of real persons, usually posed, living or dead. (From Thesaurus for Graphic Materials II, p540, 1995)
A dental specialty concerned with the prevention and correction of dental and oral anomalies (malocclusion).
The selective extraction of deciduous teeth during the stage of mixed dentition in accordance with the shedding and eruption of the teeth. It is done over an extended period to allow autonomous adjustment to relieve crowding of the dental arches during the eruption of the lateral incisors, canines, and premolars, eventually involving the extraction of the first premolar teeth. (Dorland, 28th ed)
A medical specialty concerned with the hypersensitivity of the individual to foreign substances and protection from the resultant infection or disorder.
A practice whereby tokens representing money, toys, candy, etc., are given as secondary reinforcers contingent upon certain desired behaviors or performances.
An operating division of the US Department of Health and Human Services. It is concerned with the overall planning, promoting, and administering of programs pertaining to health and medical research. Until 1995, it was an agency of the United States PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE.
Financial support of research activities.
Membrane transport proteins found predominately in NEURONS and neuroendocrine cells that facilitate neurotransmitter transport. They include two distinct families of proteins that transport NEUROTRANSMITTERS across the PLASMA MEMBRANE and that transport NEUROTRANSMITTERS into SECRETORY VESICLES.
Societies whose membership is limited to physicians.
A physical misalignment of the upper (maxilla) and lower (mandibular) jaw bones in which either or both recede relative to the frontal plane of the forehead.
Malocclusion in which the mandible is posterior to the maxilla as reflected by the relationship of the first permanent molar (distoclusion).
Violation of laws, regulations, or professional standards.
Health care professionals, technicians, and assistants staffing LABORATORIES in research or health care facilities.
Research that involves the application of the natural sciences, especially biology and physiology, to medicine.
The biological science concerned with the life-supporting properties, functions, and processes of living organisms or their parts.
The application of discoveries generated by laboratory research and preclinical studies to the development of clinical trials and studies in humans. A second area of translational research concerns enhancing the adoption of best practices.
Those individuals engaged in research.
The study of the structure, growth, function, genetics, and reproduction of bacteria, and BACTERIAL INFECTIONS.
Devices used for influencing tooth position. Orthodontic appliances may be classified as fixed or removable, active or retaining, and intraoral or extraoral. (Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed, p19)
The act of deceiving or the fact of being deceived.
Malocclusion in which the mandible is anterior to the maxilla as reflected by the first relationship of the first permanent molar (mesioclusion).
The scientific disciplines concerned with the embryology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, etc., of the nervous system.
Societies whose membership is limited to scientists.
Senior professionals who provide guidance, direction and support to those persons desirous of improvement in academic positions, administrative positions or other career development situations.
The upward or downward mobility in an occupation or the change from one occupation to another.

Chronic myelogenous leukemia--progress at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center over the past two decades and future directions: first Emil J Freireich Award Lecture. (1/377)

The purpose of this study was to review the progress in clinical and translational research in chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) over the past 20 years at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The CML database updating the clinical and basic research investigations was reviewed as the source of this report. Publications resulting from these investigations were summarized. The long-term results with intensive chemotherapy, IFN-alpha therapy alone or in combination, autologous stem cell transplantation, and new agents such as homoharringtonine and decitabine showed encouraging results. Biological studies related to the BCR-ABL molecular abnormality, other molecular events, and the detection of minimal residual disease were detailed. Future strategies with potential promise in CML were outlined. Significant progress in understanding CML biology and in treating patients afflicted with the disease has occurred. Several therapeutic and research tools are currently investigated, which should hopefully improve further the prognosis of patients with CML.  (+info)

The hypoxic cell: a target for selective cancer therapy--eighteenth Bruce F. Cain Memorial Award lecture. (2/377)

It has been appreciated for more than 50 years that very low levels of oxygenation, or hypoxia, both protect cells from killing by X-irradiation and are present in solid tumors but not in normal tissues. Until recently, however, there has been no definitive proof that hypoxia in human tumors contributes to radiotherapy treatment failure. We now know that hypoxia in solid tumors is not only a major problem for radiation therapy but also leads to resistance to most anticancer drugs and, importantly, appears to accelerate malignant progression and increase metastasis. To date, efforts to overcome the problem of hypoxia have had only limited success. However, the recent development of new drugs that are nontoxic until they are activated in the hypoxic cell opens a new era. The first of these new drugs to be tested clinically, tirapazamine, a drug that is highly toxic to hypoxic but not aerobic cells, has already demonstrated efficacy in selective potentiation of cisplatin in randomized Phase III trials with non-small cell lung cancer. The unique presence of hypoxic cells in human tumors provides an important target for selective cancer therapy.  (+info)

A profile of the members of FASEB societies: NIH awards, degrees, and institutional affiliations, 1999. (3/377)

Data from the FASEB Directory of Members and NIH were used to develop a statistical profile of the members of FASEB Societies. For the U.S.-based scientists (exclusive of retired and student members), the most frequently reported degree was a research doctorate (69. 6%). A substantial fraction, however, reported medical degrees (19. 2%) or both research and medical degrees (8.0%). The majority of members of FASEB Societies listed academic affiliations in the directory. Industrial affiliations were reported, however, in 9.7% of the entries with smaller fractions listing associations with hospitals, independent research institutes, and government agencies. Just over one-fourth of the members of FASEB Societies were principal investigators on NIH research grants. These investigators received one-half of all NIH grants and nearly 60% of the RO1 grants.  (+info)

Remembrance of things past and concerns for the future. (4/377)

Stanley G. Schultz received the seventh annual Arthur C. Guyton Physiology Teacher of the Year Award. The following is a speech he delivered as he was presented the award at Experimental Biology '99 in Washington, DC, in April 1999.  (+info)

The development of the index of complexity, outcome and need (ICON). (5/377)

This paper is based on the winning submission for the 1998 Chapman prize awarded by the British Orthodontic Society for an essay on a subject promoting the interests of orthodontics. The aim of the investigation is to develop a single index for assessing treatment inputs and outcomes. An international panel of 97 orthodontists gave subjective judgements on the need for treatment, treatment complexity, treatment improvement, and acceptability on a diverse sample of 240 initial and 98 treated study models. The occlusal traits in the study models were scored according to a defined numerical protocol. Five highly predictive occlusal traits were identified (IOTN Aesthetic Component, crossbite, upper arch crowding/ spacing, buccal segment antero-posterior relationships, and anterior vertical relationship) and then used to 'predict' the panelist's decisions using regression analysis. Cut-off values were determined for the dichotomous judgements by plotting specificity sensitivity and overall accuracy. Twenty percentile ranges were used to determine 5 grades of complexity and improvement. The index prediction of decisions for treatment need, had specificity 84.4 per cent, sensitivity 85.2 per cent, and overall accuracy 85 per cent. When used to predict treatment outcomes, the new index had specificity 64.8 per cent, sensitivity 70.1 per cent, and overall accuracy 68.1 per cent. The index could explain 75.6 per cent of the variance in the mean casewise complexity score and 63.5 per cent of the mean casewise improvement score. A new orthodontic index is proposed to assess treatment need, complexity, and outcome. It is based on international orthodontic opinion.  (+info)

Theodore Woodward Award. Pathogenesis of biochemical abnormalities in protoporphyria. (6/377)

In summary, FC gene mutations in patients with protoporphyric liver disease typically cause major structural alterations in the FC protein. However, the gene mutations by themselves do not satisfactorily account for the severe phenotype, as the same mutations are found in asymptomatic family members, and similar mutations are found in patients who do not develop liver disease. Thus there may be unidentified factors in the FC gene locus, or factors outside the locus, which are also important in determining the degree of protoporphyrin accumulation that occurs in an individual patient, hence, the potential for developing significant liver disease. Further studies are needed to clarify this possibility and identify those factors.  (+info)

The EFQM excellence model: European and Dutch experiences with the EFQM approach in health care. European Foundation for Quality Management. (7/377)

One way to meet the challenges in creating a high performance organization in health care is the approach of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM). The Foundation is in the tradition of the American Malcolm Baldrige Award and was initiated by the European Commission and 14 European multi-national organizations in 1988. The essence of the approach is the EFQM Model, which can be used as a self-assessment instrument on all levels of a health care organization and as an auditing instrument for the Quality Award. In 1999 the EFQM Model was revised but its principles remained the same. In The Netherlands many health care organizations apply the EFQM Model. In addition to improvement projects, peer review of professional practices, accreditation and certification, the EFQM Approach is used mainly as a framework for quality management and as a conceptualization for organizational excellence. The Dutch National Institute for Quality, the Instituut Nederlandse Kwaliteit, delivers training and supports self-assessment and runs the Dutch quality award programme. Two specific guidelines for health care organizations, 'Positioning and Improving' and 'Self-Assessment', have been developed and are used frequently. To illustrate the EFQM approach in The Netherlands, the improvement project of the Jellinek Centre is described. The Jellinek Centre conducted internal and external assessments and received in 1996, as the first health care organization, the Dutch Quality Prize.  (+info)

Lynch syndrome: genetics, natural history, genetic counseling, and prevention. (8/377)

Lynch syndrome is the most common hereditary form of colorectal cancer (CRC). Its natural history has been investigated extensively, so that highly targeted surveillance and management strategies, melded to its natural history, have proven effective in cancer control. Most important is the early age of onset of cancer (approximately 44 years), involving CRC and the several extracolonic cancers that are integral to the syndrome. With respect to CRC, approximately 70% of cases occur proximal to the splenic flexure. Synchronous and metachronous CRCs are extremely common. Full colonoscopy should be initiated when the patient is between the ages of 20 and 25, and because of the accelerated carcinogenesis of CRC, it should be performed every 1 to 2 years. The presence of initial CRC requires subtotal colectomy, given the mentioned increased frequency of metachronous cancer. Options available for germ-line mutation carriers, in addition to cancer screening, include prophylactic colectomy as well as prophylactic total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy. The discovery of mismatch repair germ-line mutations (most commonly MSH2 or MLH1) has added significantly to the recognition of this disease as well as to the search for high-risk individuals throughout families who, with genetic counseling, may become candidates for germ-line mutation testing. Clearly, hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer provides an excellent opportunity for learning about the etio-pathogenesis of cancer at the molecular and clinical levels and how this knowledge might ultimately be exploited for cancer control. A search for chemoprevention agents, such as cyclo-oxygenase 2 inhibitors, as well as for putative environmental effects and how they may interact with the genetic component in CRC etiology should abet this entire cancer control process.  (+info)

I'm sorry for any confusion, but the term "Nobel Prize" is not a medical definition. The Nobel Prize is an international award given annually in several categories, and one of those categories is physiology or medicine. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is awarded to individuals who have made significant discoveries of outstanding importance in the fields of life sciences and medicine. It is one of the most prestigious awards in these fields.

"Awards and prizes" in a medical context generally refer to recognitions given to individuals or organizations for significant achievements, contributions, or advancements in the field of medicine. These can include:

1. Research Awards: Given to researchers who have made significant breakthroughs or discoveries in medical research.
2. Lifetime Achievement Awards: Recognizing individuals who have dedicated their lives to advancing medicine and healthcare.
3. Humanitarian Awards: Presented to those who have provided exceptional service to improving the health and well-being of underserved populations.
4. Innovation Awards: Given to recognize groundbreaking new treatments, technologies, or approaches in medicine.
5. Educator Awards: Honoring medical educators for their contributions to teaching and mentoring future healthcare professionals.
6. Patient Care Awards: Recognizing excellence in patient care and advocacy.
7. Public Health Awards: Given for outstanding work in preventing disease and promoting health at the population level.
8. Global Health Awards: Honoring those who have made significant contributions to improving health outcomes in low-resource settings around the world.

These awards can be given by various organizations, including medical societies, hospitals, universities, pharmaceutical companies, and government agencies.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "History, 20th Century" is a broad and complex topic that refers to the events, developments, and transformations that occurred throughout the world during the 1900s. It is not a medical term or concept. If you're interested in learning more about this historical period, I would recommend consulting a history textbook, reputable online resources, or speaking with a historian. They can provide detailed information about the political, social, economic, and cultural changes that took place during the 20th century.

I believe there might be a bit of confusion in your question. "History" is a subject that refers to events, ideas, and developments of the past. It's not something that has a medical definition. However, if you're referring to the "21st century" in a historical context, it relates to the period from 2001 to the present. It's an era marked by significant advancements in technology, medicine, and society at large. But again, it doesn't have a medical definition. If you meant something else, please provide more context so I can give a more accurate response.

"History, 19th Century" is not a medical term or concept. It refers to the historical events, developments, and figures related to the 1800s in various fields, including politics, culture, science, and technology. However, if you are looking for medical advancements during the 19th century, here's a brief overview:

The 19th century was a period of significant progress in medicine, with numerous discoveries and innovations that shaped modern medical practices. Some notable developments include:

1. Edward Jenner's smallpox vaccine (1796): Although not strictly within the 19th century, Jenner's discovery laid the foundation for vaccination as a preventive measure against infectious diseases.
2. Germ theory of disease: The work of Louis Pasteur, Robert Koch, and others established that many diseases were caused by microorganisms, leading to the development of antiseptic practices and vaccines.
3. Anesthesia: In 1842, Crawford Long first used ether as an anesthetic during surgery, followed by the introduction of chloroform in 1847 by James Simpson.
4. Antisepsis and asepsis: Joseph Lister introduced antiseptic practices in surgery, significantly reducing postoperative infections. Later, the concept of asepsis (sterilization) was developed to prevent contamination during surgical procedures.
5. Microbiology: The development of techniques for culturing and staining bacteria allowed for better understanding and identification of pathogens.
6. Physiology: Claude Bernard's work on the regulation of internal body functions, or homeostasis, contributed significantly to our understanding of human physiology.
7. Neurology: Jean-Martin Charcot made significant contributions to the study of neurological disorders, including multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.
8. Psychiatry: Sigmund Freud developed psychoanalysis, a new approach to understanding mental illnesses.
9. Public health: The 19th century saw the establishment of public health organizations and initiatives aimed at improving sanitation, water quality, and vaccination programs.
10. Medical education reforms: The Flexner Report in 1910 led to significant improvements in medical education standards and practices.

A dental society is a professional organization composed of dentists who have come together to promote and advance the practice of dentistry. These societies can be local, regional, national or international in scope and may include general dentists as well as specialists in various fields of dentistry. The members of dental societies often engage in continuing education, advocacy, research, and community service activities to improve oral health and the delivery of dental care. Additionally, dental societies may establish guidelines for ethical practice and provide resources and support for their members.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Portraits as Topic" is not a medical term or concept. It refers to portraits, which are visual representations or images of a person, usually showing the face and shoulders. The term "as Topic" indicates that it is the subject or theme being discussed. Therefore, "Portraits as Topic" generally relates to the study, analysis, or discussion of portraits in various contexts, such as art, psychology, sociology, or history. If you have any medical questions or terms you would like me to define, please don't hesitate to ask!

Orthodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. This involves correcting teeth that are improperly positioned, often using braces or other appliances to move them into the correct position over time. The goal of orthodontic treatment is to create a healthy, functional bite and improve the appearance of the teeth and face.

Orthodontists are dental specialists who have completed additional training beyond dental school in order to become experts in this field. They use various techniques and tools, such as X-rays, models of the teeth, and computer imaging, to assess and plan treatment for each individual patient. The type of treatment recommended will depend on the specific needs and goals of the patient.

Orthodontic treatment can be beneficial for people of all ages, although it is most commonly started during childhood or adolescence when the teeth and jaws are still growing and developing. However, more and more adults are also seeking orthodontic treatment to improve their smile and oral health.

"Serial extraction" is not a widely recognized or established term in medical or dental literature. However, within the context of dentistry, it could potentially refer to the sequential removal of multiple teeth during separate appointments. This approach may be used when extracting multiple problematic teeth to minimize the risk of complications such as excessive bleeding, swelling, or infection that can arise from removing numerous teeth at once. It is essential to consult a dental professional for a precise understanding and application of this term in a medical context.

Allergy and Immunology is a medical specialty that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of allergic diseases and immune system disorders. An Allergist/Immunologist is a physician who has undergone specialized training in this field.

Allergies occur when the immune system overreacts to normally harmless substances, such as pollen, dust mites, or certain foods, resulting in symptoms like sneezing, itching, runny nose, and rashes. Immunology, on the other hand, deals with disorders of the immune system, which can be caused by either an overactive or underactive immune response. Examples of immune disorders include autoimmune diseases (where the body attacks its own tissues), immunodeficiency disorders (where the immune system is weakened and unable to fight off infections), and hypersensitivity reactions (overreactions of the immune system to harmless substances).

The Allergist/Immunologist uses various diagnostic tests, such as skin prick tests, blood tests, and challenge tests, to identify the specific allergens or immune triggers that are causing a patient's symptoms. Once the diagnosis is made, they can recommend appropriate treatments, which may include medications, immunotherapy (allergy shots), lifestyle changes, or avoidance of certain substances.

In addition to treating patients, Allergist/Immunologists also conduct research into the underlying causes and mechanisms of allergic diseases and immune disorders, with the goal of developing new and more effective treatments.

A token economy is a type of behavioral intervention that uses contingency management principles to modify and improve specific behaviors. It is commonly used in clinical settings to help individuals with various disorders, such as developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, or substance use disorders.

In a token economy system, desired behaviors are reinforced by the immediate delivery of a tangible symbol or token, which can later be exchanged for rewards or privileges. The tokens serve as a form of secondary reinforcement, and the rewards or privileges that can be earned with them function as primary reinforcers.

The specific behaviors targeted for modification and the criteria for earning tokens are clearly defined and communicated to the individual. Tokens may be earned for a variety of behaviors, such as completing tasks, following rules, demonstrating appropriate social interactions, or engaging in self-care activities. The use of a token economy system can help individuals develop new skills, increase motivation, and reduce challenging behaviors.

"Research Support as Topic" is not a specific medical term or diagnosis. However, in the context of medical literature and research, "research support" refers to the resources, funding, and infrastructure that enable and facilitate the conduct of scientific research. This can include financial support from various sources such as government agencies, private organizations, or institutions; access to laboratory facilities, equipment, and databases; and technical assistance in study design, data collection and analysis, and manuscript preparation.

When "research support" is designated as a topic in medical literature, it typically refers to articles that discuss the various aspects of research funding, ethics, and management, including best practices for grant writing, financial conflict of interest disclosures, and responsible conduct of research. It may also include studies that examine the impact of research support on the quality, quantity, and outcomes of scientific research.

Neurotransmitter transport proteins are a type of membrane transporter protein that are responsible for the reuptake of neurotransmitters from the synaptic cleft back into the presynaptic neuron or glial cells. These proteins play a crucial role in regulating the concentration and duration of action of neurotransmitters in the synapse, thereby terminating the neurotransmission process.

There are two main types of neurotransmitter transport proteins: sodium-dependent and sodium-independent transporters. Sodium-dependent transporters use the energy generated by the movement of sodium ions across the membrane to transport neurotransmitters against their concentration gradient, while sodium-independent transporters do not require sodium ions for transport.

Neurotransmitter transport proteins are specific to each type of neurotransmitter and play an essential role in maintaining the homeostasis of the nervous system. Dysfunction of these proteins has been implicated in various neurological and psychiatric disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and Parkinson's disease.

Medical societies are professional organizations composed of physicians, surgeons, and other healthcare professionals who share a common purpose of promoting medical research, education, and patient care. These societies can focus on specific medical specialties, such as the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) for cancer specialists or the American College of Surgeons (ACS) for surgeons. They may also address broader issues related to healthcare policy, advocacy, and ethics. Medical societies often provide resources for continuing medical education, publish scientific journals, establish clinical practice guidelines, and offer networking opportunities for members.

Retrognathia is a dental and maxillofacial term that refers to a condition where the mandible (lower jaw) is positioned further back than normal, relative to the maxilla (upper jaw). This results in the chin appearing recessed or set back, and can lead to various functional and aesthetic problems. In severe cases, retrognathia can interfere with speaking, chewing, and breathing, and may require orthodontic or surgical intervention for correction.

Malocclusion, Angle Class II is a type of dental malocclusion where the relationship between the maxilla (upper jaw) and mandible (lower jaw) is such that the lower molar teeth are positioned posteriorly relative to the upper molar teeth. This results in an overbite, which means that the upper front teeth overlap the lower front teeth excessively. The classification was proposed by Edward Angle, an American orthodontist who is considered the father of modern orthodontics. In this classification system, Class II malocclusion is further divided into three subclasses (I, II, and III) based on the position of the lower incisors relative to the upper incisors.

Professional misconduct, in the context of medical law, refers to any behavior or action by a healthcare professional that fails to meet the expected standards of conduct and violates professional regulations and ethical guidelines. This can include various forms of unethical or illegal behavior, such as:

1. Engaging in sexual relationships with patients or engaging in any form of sexual harassment.
2. Practicing medicine while impaired by drugs, alcohol, or mental illness.
3. Failing to maintain accurate and complete medical records.
4. Performing unnecessary medical procedures or treatments for financial gain.
5. Engaging in fraudulent activities related to medical practice, such as billing fraud.
6. Abandoning patients without providing appropriate care or notification.
7. Discriminating against patients based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristics.
8. Failing to obtain informed consent from patients before performing medical procedures.
9. Violating patient confidentiality and privacy.
10. Engaging in unprofessional behavior that harms the reputation of the medical profession.

Professional misconduct can result in disciplinary action by a state medical board or licensing authority, including fines, license suspension or revocation, and mandatory education or treatment.

Medical Laboratory Personnel are professionals who perform and interpret various laboratory tests to assist physicians in diagnosing, monitoring, and treating diseases and other medical conditions. They work in different areas of the clinical laboratory such as chemistry, hematology, immunology, microbiology, and transfusion medicine.

Their responsibilities may include collecting and processing specimens, operating and maintaining laboratory equipment, performing tests and procedures, analyzing results, conducting quality control, maintaining records, and reporting findings to healthcare providers. Medical Laboratory Personnel play a critical role in ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of diagnostic information, which is essential for providing effective medical care.

Medical Laboratory Personnel may hold various job titles, including Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT), Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS), Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS), Medical Technologist (MT), Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT), and Clinical Laboratory Technician (CLT). The specific duties and educational requirements for these positions may vary depending on the laboratory setting, state regulations, and professional certification.

Biomedical research is a branch of scientific research that involves the study of biological processes and diseases in order to develop new treatments and therapies. This type of research often involves the use of laboratory techniques, such as cell culture and genetic engineering, as well as clinical trials in humans. The goal of biomedical research is to advance our understanding of how living organisms function and to find ways to prevent and treat various medical conditions. It encompasses a wide range of disciplines, including molecular biology, genetics, immunology, pharmacology, and neuroscience, among others. Ultimately, the aim of biomedical research is to improve human health and well-being.

Physiology is the scientific study of the normal functions and mechanisms of living organisms, including all of their biological systems, organs, cells, and biomolecules. It focuses on how various bodily functions are regulated, coordinated, and integrated to maintain a healthy state in an organism. This field encompasses a wide range of areas such as cellular physiology, neurophysiology, cardiovascular physiology, respiratory physiology, renal physiology, endocrine physiology, reproductive physiology, and exercise physiology, among others. Physiologists use a combination of experimental and theoretical approaches to understand the principles underlying normal biological function and to investigate how these functions are altered in various disease states.

Translational medical research, also known as "translational research," refers to the process of turning basic scientific discoveries into clinical interventions that improve human health and well-being. This type of research aims to "translate" findings from laboratory, animal, or cellular studies into practical applications for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of human diseases.

Translational medical research typically involves a multidisciplinary approach, bringing together researchers from various fields such as biology, chemistry, engineering, genetics, and medicine to work collaboratively on solving complex health problems. The process often includes several stages, including:

1. Identifying basic scientific discoveries that have the potential to be translated into clinical applications.
2. Developing and optimizing new diagnostic tools, drugs, or therapies based on these discoveries.
3. Conducting preclinical studies in the laboratory or with animal models to evaluate the safety and efficacy of these interventions.
4. Designing and implementing clinical trials to test the effectiveness and safety of the new interventions in human patients.
5. Disseminating research findings to the scientific community, healthcare providers, and the public to facilitate the adoption of new practices or treatments.

Translational medical research is essential for bridging the gap between basic scientific discoveries and clinical applications, ultimately improving patient care and outcomes.

Research personnel, in the context of medical and scientific research, refers to individuals who are involved in the design, conduct, or reporting of research studies. This can include, but is not limited to, principal investigators, co-investigators, research assistants, research coordinators, data managers, biostatisticians, and laboratory technicians. These individuals may have various levels of education, training, and expertise, and their roles and responsibilities will depend on the specific research study and their individual qualifications. It is important for research personnel to adhere to ethical guidelines and regulations in order to ensure the integrity and validity of research findings.

Bacteriology is the branch of biology that deals with the study of bacteria, including their classification, physiology, genetics, and ecology. It is a subset of microbiology, which is the broader field that includes the study of all microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.

Bacteriologists use various techniques to isolate, culture, and identify different species of bacteria. They also study the interactions between bacteria and their hosts, as well as the role that bacteria play in disease processes. In addition, bacteriology involves research into the development of new antibiotics and other treatments for bacterial infections.

Overall, bacteriology is an important field of study that has contributed significantly to our understanding of infectious diseases and their prevention and treatment.

Orthodontic appliances are devices used in orthodontics, a branch of dentistry focused on the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. These appliances can be fixed or removable and are used to align teeth, correct jaw relationships, or modify dental forces. They can include braces, aligners, palatal expanders, space maintainers, and headgear, among others. The specific type of appliance used depends on the individual patient's needs and the treatment plan developed by the orthodontist.

Deception is not a medical term, but it is a concept that can be studied and applied in various fields including psychology, sociology, and forensics. In the context of medicine and healthcare, deception may refer to the act of misleading or providing false information to patients, research subjects, or healthcare providers. This can include situations where a patient is not fully informed about their medical condition or treatment options, or where researchers manipulate data or results in clinical trials. Deception can have serious ethical and legal implications, and it is generally considered unacceptable in medical practice and research.

Malocclusion, Angle Class III is a type of orthodontic problem characterized by a misalignment of the teeth and jaws. This classification was first described by Edward Angle, an American dentist who is considered the father of modern orthodontics. In Class III malocclusion, the lower jaw (mandible) protrudes forward beyond the upper jaw (maxilla), resulting in a misaligned bite.

In this condition, the lower front teeth are positioned in front of the upper front teeth when the jaws are closed. This can lead to various dental and skeletal problems, such as abnormal tooth wear, difficulty in chewing and speaking, and aesthetic concerns. Class III malocclusion can be mild, moderate, or severe and may require orthodontic treatment, including braces, appliances, or even surgery, to correct the problem.

Neurosciences is a multidisciplinary field of study that focuses on the structure, function, development, and disorders of the nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. It incorporates various scientific disciplines such as biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering, and computer science to understand the complexities of the nervous system at different levels, from molecular and cellular mechanisms to systems and behavior.

The field encompasses both basic research and clinical applications, with the aim of advancing our knowledge of the nervous system and developing effective treatments for neurological and psychiatric disorders. Specialties within neurosciences include neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, neurobiology, neuroimmunology, behavioral neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, clinical neuroscience, and computational neuroscience, among others.

Scientific societies are organizations that bring together professionals and researchers in a specific scientific field to promote the advancement of knowledge, research, and application of that science. These societies often engage in activities such as publishing scientific journals, organizing conferences and meetings, providing continuing education and professional development opportunities, and advocating for science policy and funding. Membership may be open to anyone with an interest in the field, or it may be restricted to individuals who meet certain qualifications, such as holding a degree in the relevant scientific discipline. Examples of scientific societies include the American Medical Association (AMA), the American Chemical Society (ACS), and the Royal Society of London.

I believe you may have made a typo in your question. The term you're asking about should be "mentor" instead of "mentors." A mentor is not a medical term per se, but I can certainly provide a general definition.

A mentor is a experienced and trusted advisor or guide who provides support, shares knowledge, and helps in the personal and professional development of an individual, often in a specific field or industry. In a medical context, a mentor could be a senior physician or researcher who guides and supports a medical student, resident, or fellow in their learning and career progression.

Career mobility, in a medical context, refers to the ability of healthcare professionals to advance or move between different roles, positions, or departments within a healthcare organization or field. It can include lateral moves (changing to a similar position in another department) or vertical moves (promotion to a higher-level position). Career mobility is often facilitated by continuing education, professional development opportunities, and the acquisition of new skills and experiences. High career mobility can lead to better job satisfaction, increased compensation, and improved patient care.

The prize was awarded every two years until it was discontinued in 2000. "Public health prizes and awards". WHO. Archived from ... The prize consists of a certified award, a plaque, and up to $40,000 USD. The prize can be awarded to more than one person or ... The prize is awarded when there is enough funding, consisting of a bronze medal and a sum of 2500 CHF to be awarded to a person ... The foundation's purpose is to award a prize known as the Shousha Prize, which is to be given to a person who made the most ...
This list of Former prizes awarded by the Académie française includes the Prix de l'Académie française [fr] which no longer ... Prix Narcisse Michaut, biennial, created in 1892, last awarded in 1989 Prix Alfred Née, annual, created in 1893, last awarded ... last awarded in 1985 Prix Maillé-Latour-Landry, biennial, created in 1839, last awarded in 1984 Prix M. et Mme Louis Marin, ... last awarded in 1987 Prix Vitet, annual, created in 1873, last awarded in 1989 Prix J.-J. Weiss, biennial, created in 1910, ...
Award Singapore Literature Prize Singapore Student Literary Award Singapore Hit Awards Singapore Radio Awards Star Awards Asia ... Theatre Awards National Arts Education Award Patron of the Arts Award Young Artist Award Patron of Heritage Awards Miss ... Masterplan of Awards School Excellence Award School Distinction Award Best Practice Award Sustained Achievement Award Lee Kuan ... Young Leader Award Outstanding Youth in Education Award Special Academic Awards Prime Minister's Book Prize Lee Kuan Yew Award ...
The prize was first awarded in 1998. The Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics is an annual prize awarded by the Division of ... The prize has been awarded annually since 1985. The Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science is an annual award established in ... The prize is awarded in even-numbered years. The Leo P. Kadanoff Prize, established in 2018, is awarded annually to recognize ... It is awarded annually with a prize of $10000. The John H. Dillon Medal is an annual medal with an award of $2,000 for " ...
... awarded for the best English-language poem on a sacred subject Smith's Prize: two prizes awarded annually to two research ... and awards specific to the university are awarded to prospective or current students. Adam Smith Prize: awarded for best ... scholarship awarded for the study of classics Porson Prize: awarded for Greek verse composition Raymond Horton-Smith Prize: ... awarded for annual competitions in Latin and Greek poetry Carus Greek Testament Prizes awarded to candidates who are given a ...
Mystery and detective fiction awards, American literary awards, Awards established in 1997, Barry Award winners, Barry Award- ... The Barry Award is a crime literary prize awarded annually since 1997 by the editors of Deadly Pleasures, an American quarterly ... From 2007 to 2009 the award was jointly presented with the publication Mystery News. The prize is named after Barry Gardner, an ... "Barry Awards". Stop, You're Killing Me!. Archived from the original on 2017-04-01. Retrieved 2022-12-27. "Barry Awards (Crime ...
This is a list of the winners of the Bavarian Film Awards Special Award. 1986 Willy Bogner 1988 Vicco von Bülow 1990 Dieter ...
The prize is awarded to a woman who has distinguished herself in outstanding work for the environment in Norway or ... Awards established in 1991, Norwegian awards, Science awards honoring women, Stavanger, 1991 establishments in Norway, Rachel ... The Rachel Carson Prize (Rachel Carson-prisen) is an international environmental award, established in Stavanger, Norway in ... The prize was established spontaneously during a 1989 meeting in Stavanger, on the initiative of speaker Berit Ås. The prize ...
The Elan d'or Award Special Prize is an award presented at the Elan d'or Awards in Japan. This award was first presented in ... エランドール賞について [About Élan d'Or Award] (in Japanese). All Nippon Producers Association. Retrieved 2015-05-06. 水嶋ヒロ、晴れやかに新婚旅行を報
Sarasaviya Awards Sri Lanka journalism awards for excellence State Literary Awards Gratiaen Prize Sumathi Awards Raigam Tele'es ... This is a list of prizes, medals and awards including cups, trophies, bowls, badges, state decorations etc., awarded in Sri ... Sri Lankan honours system Awards and decorations of the military of Sri Lanka Awards and decorations of the Sri Lanka Police ... National Engineering Awards - Institution of Engineers of Sri Lanka (IESL) IT Security Awards - ISACA Sri Lanka Chapter e- ...
Rector's Literary Award - awarded for literary works that best reflect the Catholic vision USTv Awards - awarded to television ... Thomas Aquinas Award - awarded for exceptionally outstanding performance Tradition of Excellence Award - awarded for exemplary ... set of awards given to faculty members who excelled in their respective fields Hiyas ng UST Awards (Gem of UST Awards) - set of ... medal awarded to students who obtained the highest scholastic rating for whole program Pope Leo XIII Award - medal awarded for ...
It is a prize awarded for excellence in journalism. Buffalo News journalists have won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial ... 1990: Tom Toles won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning for "his work during the year as exemplified by the cartoon ' ... "The 2015 Pulitzer Prize Winners". Retrieved 2 September 2015. (Articles with short description, Short description ... Since the year of 1958, The Buffalo News, previously known as Buffalo Evening News, has won 4 Pulitzer Prizes. ...
"1936 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1936. "1947 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1947. "1949 Pulitzer Prizes". ... "1954 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1954. "1968 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1968. "1970 Pulitzer Prizes". ... "1971 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1971. "1973 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1973. "1975 Pulitzer Prizes". ... "1976 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1976. "1977 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1977. "1978 Pulitzer Prizes". ...
The Pulitzer Prize jury has the option of awarding special citations and awards where they consider necessary. Prizes for the ... Pulitzer Prize Board. 1924. "1930 Pulitzer Prize Winners". New York City: Pulitzer Prize Board. 1930. "1938 Pulitzer Prize ... Pulitzer Prize Board. 1941. "1944 Pulitzer Prize Winners". New York City: Pulitzer Prize Board. 1944. "1945 Pulitzer Prize ... Pulitzer Prize Board. 1947. "1951 Pulitzer Prize Winners". New York City: Pulitzer Prize Board. 1951. "1952 Pulitzer Prize ...
Grand Prize Paeksang Arts Award (television) winners, Baeksang Arts Awards (television)). ... Grand Prize winner, which could be either a program or an individual, are ineligible for other major awards they are nominated ... The Baeksang Arts Award Grand Prize - Television (Korean: 백상예술대상 TV부문 대상; RR: Baeksang yesul daesang TV bumun daesang) is an ... "Baeksang Arts Awards Nominees and Winners Lists". Naver Movie (in Korean). Retrieved April 23, 2021. "Baeksang Arts Awards ...
No prize (**) was awarded in 1982,1991,1997,1998. The other empty entries indicate that the prize was awarded to theatrical ... Grand Prize winners, which could be either a movie or an individual, are ineligible for other major awards they are nominated ... The Baeksang Arts Award Grand Prize - Film (Korean: 백상예술대상 영화부문 대상; RR: Baeksang yesul daesang yeonghwabumun daesang) is an ... "Baeksang Arts Awards Nominees and Winners Lists". Naver Movie (in Korean). Retrieved April 24, 2021. "Baeksang Arts Awards ...
The Sports Prize awards are a part of the Giuseppe Sciacca International Awards, which also include awards for several other ... are eligible for the awards. There are two different types of Sports Prize awards. One is a national award that focuses on ... Awards established in 2011, Italian awards, Italy sport-related lists, Lists of award winners, Lists of sportspeople, Sport in ... The first International Awards Sports Prize was given in the year 2011. It was won by Martino Borghese, a Swiss-Italian ...
"1918 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1918. Retrieved June 3, 2021. "1923 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1923. ... "1926 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1926. Retrieved June 3, 2021. "1930 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1930. ... "1934 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1934. Retrieved June 3, 2021. "1935 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1935. ... "1936 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1936. Retrieved June 3, 2021. "1937 Pulitzer Prizes". The Pulitzer Prizes. 1937. ...
The award recipient was selected from the nominees by IEEE's Prize Papers/Scholarship Awards Committee and Awards Board. The ... "Discontinued IEEE-Level Awards". IEEE. Retrieved 31 March 2017. "IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award". IEEE. Archived from ... IEEE awards, Awards established in 1979, IEEE recognitions, All stub articles, Engineering stubs, Science award stubs). ... The IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award was established in 1979 by the board of directors of the Institute of Electrical and ...
Nobel Prize-awarded couples "Five couples who won Nobel Prize before Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo". The ... The following is a list of couples who were awarded and nominated for the Nobel Prize. The latest couple to receive the Prize ... The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1911 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1903 The Nobel Prize in Chemistry ... The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of ...
announces Tamil Film Awards for six years". The Hindu. 14 July 2017. "Rajini, Kamal win best actor awards". The Hindu. Chennai ... "Tamilnadu State Film Awards - awards for Vikram, Jyotika". Archived from the original on 18 February 2006. ... Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won. The year mentioned refers to the year in which the films ... "State Awards for the year 2006 - Govt. of Tamil Nadu". Archived from the original on 8 September 2007. ...
The Critics' Choice Prize was a New Zealand Music Awards prize awarded to New Zealand musical artists who were expected to be ... The prize was first awarded in 2010 to Street Chant and last awarded in 2016 to Scuba Diva. In 2017, Recorded Music New Zealand ... confirmed that the Critic's Choice Prize would not be awarded that year and the award would be reevaluated. "NZ Music awards ... "CRITICS' CHOICE PRIZE 2016". NZ Music Awards. Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 21 October 2016. "Lorde's keyboardist wins NZ ...
This Prize Awarded by the Audience - Cultura is awarded to comics authors at the Angoulême International Comics Festival since ... No prize was awarded in 1999 or 2007 1989: Le Grand Pouvoir du Chninkel by Grzegorz Rosiński and Jean Van Hamme, Casterman 1990 ... No prize awarded in 2019) 2020: Saison des roses by Chloé Wary, Éditions FLBLB [fr] 2021: Anaïs Nin, sur la mer des mensonges ... The prize was known as Alph-Art du public from 1989 to 2003, the Prix du public from 2004 to 2006, in 2008 and 2009 the ...
The Nobel Peace Prize 1958 The Nobel Peace Prize 1979 The Nobel Peace Prize 1996 ... The following is a list of Catholic bishops, priests and religious who were awarded and nominated for the Nobel Prize. Villarin ... Pope Pius XI died in February 1939 making him ineligible for the peace prize. Pope Pius XII was declared a "Venerable" on 19 ... The Nobel Peace Prize 2007 Nomination archive - Georges Lemaître Nomination archive - Jean B ...
"Borealis Prize Winners 2020". BC & Yukon Book Prizes. BC & Yukon Book Prizes. Retrieved 31 January 2021. "Borealis Prize: The ... The Borealis Prize is administered by the BC and Yukon Book Prizes and awarded annually by the Commissioner of Yukon. It will ... The Borealis Prize: The Commissioner of Yukon Award for Literary Contribution was established in 2020 to recognize the lifetime ... The recipient receives a cash award, a certificate and an original art piece. The inaugural recipients of the Borealis Prize ...
The Prize for Best Music Theatre Script was a prize category in the annual Victorian Premier's Literary Awards. The $15,000 ... Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, Australian theatre awards, Musical theatre awards). ... prize was only awarded in 2008 and 2009. Music theatre works are currently eligible for the Victorian Premier's Prize for Drama ... "Victorian Premier's Literary Awards - News - The Book Club - ABC TV". Retrieved 2017-06-29. ( ...
First book awards, British fiction awards, Awards established in 1975, Awards disestablished in 1999, 1975 establishments in ... Irish literary awards, Pakistani literary awards, South African literary awards, South African literary events). ... "David Higham Prize for Fiction , Awards". LibraryThing. Retrieved 2012-03-20. Friel, Brian. "The Longest Memory: ... "David Higham Prize for Fiction , Awards". LibraryThing. Retrieved 2012-03-20. "0151677743". AbeBooks. Retrieved 2012-03-20. " ...
The Earthshot Prize is awarded to five winners each year for their contributions to environmentalism. It was first awarded in ... Environment portal List of environmental awards "THE EARTHSHOT PRIZE BECOMES AN INDEPENDENT CHARITY". The Earthshot Prize. 15 ... "The Earthshot Prize Council". The Earthshot Prize. Retrieved 25 September 2023. "Sh7bn environment 'Nobel' prize launched". ... "Awards". The Earthshot Prize. Archived from the original on 5 June 2022. Retrieved 20 October 2020. London, PTI (8 October 2020 ...
The Cheltenham Prize is awarded at the English Cheltenham Literature Festival to the author of any book published in the ... English literary awards, Awards established in 1979, 1979 establishments in England, British fiction awards, All stub articles ... "Cheltenham Prize , Awards". LibraryThing. Retrieved 8 October 2013. v t e (Use dmy dates from April 2022, Articles needing ... Kazuo Ishiguro for The Unconsoled Awards up to 1988: Prizewinning Literature: UK Literary Award Winners by Anne Strachan, publ ...
The National Music Prize (Premi Nacional de Música) is one of the National Arts Awards awarded annually by the Generalitat of ... "Awards". Orquestra Simfònica del Vallés. Archived from the original on 4 February 2012. Retrieved 7 April 2012. "Awards". ... "National Cultural Awards 2004". CoNCA Consell Nacional de la Cultural i de les Arts. Archived from the original on 2 August ... "National Cultural Awards 2005". CoNCA Consell Nacional de la Cultural i de les Arts. Archived from the original on 4 August ...
The prize was awarded every two years until it was discontinued in 2000. "Public health prizes and awards". WHO. Archived from ... The prize consists of a certified award, a plaque, and up to $40,000 USD. The prize can be awarded to more than one person or ... The prize is awarded when there is enough funding, consisting of a bronze medal and a sum of 2500 CHF to be awarded to a person ... The foundations purpose is to award a prize known as the Shousha Prize, which is to be given to a person who made the most ...
... and prizes to recognize individuals whose excellence and leadership in research, education and innovation have significantly ... Charles S. Falkenberg Award The Charles S. Falkenberg Award is an annual award sponsored by AGU and the Earth Science ... Award Details These are award attributes. This filter will narrow down the results to just the attribute(s) selected. ... AGU presents Union awards, medals, and prizes to recognize individuals whose excellence and leadership in research, education ...
Medical News : Awards & Prizes 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Metathesis Reactions. This year�s recipients of the Nobel Prize ... Medical News : Awards & Prizes Society of Nuclear Medicine announces recipient of Mark Tetalman Award. The Society of Nuclear ... Medical News : Awards & Prizes NYU chemist wins Watson Young Investigator award. New York Universitys Yingkai Zhang, an ... Medical News : Awards & Prizes 2005 Wistar Institute Science Journalism award winner announced. The winner of the 2005 Wistar ...
We have more than 25 awards to recognise excellence in academic performance and contribution at the UNSW School of Computer ... The annual prize is to be awarded on the following basis:. *Contribution to the promotion or enhancement of the benefits of ... Ben Rudzyn Memorial Prize Ben Rudzyn Memorial Prize. In recognition of the life of Ben Rudzyn and his commitment to UNSWs ... The selection panel reserves the right not to award this prize in a given year. Applicants may be interviewed as part of this ...
Spring-presentation Prizes and Awards (e.g. March and April Meetings, Division of Soft Matter, Division of Atomic, Molecular, ... Fall-presentation Prizes and Awards (e.g. Division of Plasma Physics, Division of Fluid Dynamics) Suggested Timeline ... This is the process successfully used each year by the APS Medal and Prize Committee and the Apker Award Selection Committee. ... prize and fellowship committees in finding the most qualified person from a diverse, representative pool of candidates. ...
of California, Los Angeles), who have been named as the winners of the 2023 Bancroft Prizes. The Bancroft Prizes, awarded ... AHA Members Awarded 2023 Bancroft Prizes (March 2023). Congratulations to AHA members Beverly Gage (Yale Univ.) and John Wood ... News & Advocacy Research & Publications Teaching & Learning Jobs & Professional Development Annual Meeting Awards & Grants ... Awards & Grants * Awards & Prizes * Herbert Baxter Adams Prize * AHA Prize in American History ...
... has been awarded with the 18th Ludovic-Trarieux International Human Rights Prize. ... The prize committee announced on July 1 that the jury of 29 European lawyers had awarded the prize to Vadim Kuramshin.. The ... The Ludovic-Trarieux Human Rights Prize, created in 1984, is awarded each year to a lawyer for his or her contributions to the ... has been awarded with the 18th Ludovic-Trarieux International Human Rights Prize.. ...
Committee and Caucus Awards and Prizes * Annette Kolodny Prize * Critical Disability Studies Caucus Graduate Student Paper ... ASA Book Award Nominations (Due 3/1/23). Posted for ASA Office in Awards, Prizes, and Grants ... Kolodny Prize call for submissions. Posted for Environmental Justice Caucus in Awards, Prizes, and Grants ... Critical Ethnic Studies Prize. Posted for ASA Office in Awards, Prizes, and Grants ...
Public health prizes and awards. Dr Comlan A.A. Quenum Prize for Public Health The prize was established in 1987 upon the ... The prize is generally awarded every two years and presented during a session of the WHO Regional Committee for Africa. ... educational and research organization as well as any former recipient of the prize may nominate a candidate for the award. ... It consists of a bronze medal and currently a sum of US$ 2000, if funds permit, and is awarded to a person considered to have ...
A list of all the prizes and Awards in the department of Chemistry ... David Phillips Prize. This prize is awarded each year to students who have made significant contributions to outreach or ... Greg Baker Award. Award for best overall talk at the Postgraduate Symposium in memory of Greg Baker ... Dougie Wylie Research Prize. Annual Research Prize for Novel Methods for Cellular Analysis ...
... founding partner of Seattle-based landscape architecture firm Gustafson Guthrie Nichol has been awarded the Arnold W. Brunner ... Gustafson Awarded Brunner Memorial Prize. By Branden Klayko • March 26, 2012. • National, Ticker ... Cash Prize. AD-WO, Ifeoma Ebo, DK Osseo-Asare, and others awarded the Architecture & Design 2024 United States Artists ... Alan OrganschiAmerican Academy of Arts and LettersAwardsBrunner Memorial PrizeGustafson Guthrie NicholHilary BallonMarlon ...
We are proud to announce the 2020 winners of our prizes and awards, recognising more than 80 individuals and teams for their ... and this extends to our prizes and awards programme.. We are taking steps to make our prizes and awards portfolio more ... Our 2020 prize and award winners. We are recognising more than 80 individuals and teams for their exceptional achievements in ... Prizes and awards. *As part of our ongoing response to key findings of the independent Review of Recognition, which we ...
2022 Literary Prize Awards Ceremony. Join us for the the fifth annual awards ceremony! Presented by Aspen Words, a program of ... a hard copy of the prize-winning book. - an Audible code (details below). If you select a VIP ticket, please plan to arrive at ... Mary Louise Kelly, co-host of All Things Considered, NPRs award-winning afternoon newsmagazine, will moderate a panel of the ... THANK YOU TO OUR 2022 LITERARY PRIZE EVENT SPONSORS. Zibby Owens. Peter Rigby. With support from. ...
It is generally awarded each year provided that the jury can find a suitable candidate. The prize is awarded at a major event ... no later than February 28 of the year in which the prize is awarded, directly to:. Société Académique Vaudoise. Av. de ... The prize is open to anyone employed at UNIL or EPFL at the time of filing the application, and the research should be ... The R. & R. Haenny Prize aims to reward a senior researcher, with several years of professional experience, for:. (1) his/her ...
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Taylor Swift won her third consecutive artist of the year prize at the American Music Awards on Sunday night. ... Taylor Swift won her third consecutive artist of the year prize at the American Music Awards, but she missed the show for a ... Taylor Swift wins top prize at American Music Awards. She said she missed the show because shes re-recording her songs ... "The last time I received this award it was given to me by the late, great Prince," he said after winning favorite soul/R&B ...
This week two scientists have received the Nobel Prize for their work on a study which has adult cells transformed back into ... Nobel Prize awarded for adult stem cell discovery. .legacy #content.article .image-holder #pc9712748ea0423483c85ed42052c1337 { ... This week two scientists have received the Nobel Prize for their work on a study which has adult cells transformed back into ... 1.2 million included with the Nobel Prize for Medicine. ... Nobel Prize Awarded For Adult Stem Cell Discovery. NEWS TECH ...
Background on the World Peace Award - The World Peace Prize, according to the program from the event, "was founded in 1989, by ... The award ceremony was held in the headquarters of the AFL-CIO, on the eighth floor, at 815 16th Street, NW, with a splendid ... "Peace Prize". Gebre will be attending the "National Immigration Day of Action" rally in Washington, D.C. at Upper Senate Park, ... The award was presented by Fr. Sean Mc Manus, President of the Irish National Caucus, a national organization; and the Chief ...
During the ceremony, which takes place at the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, the prizes are presented to: Maurizio Calvesi ( ... The Balzan Prizes for 2008 are presented today by the President of the Italian Republic. ... 670,000 Euros, 840,000 USD) for each prize, a figure which places the Balzan Prize amongst the biggest prize funds in the world ... 2008 Balzan Prizes Awarded by the President of the Italian Republic. November 21, 2008. ...
Brenda Hillman took the prize in poetry for Practical Water (Wesleyan University Press), ... The Los Angeles Times announced on Friday the winners of its 2009 Book Awards. ... The Los Angeles Times announced on Friday the winners of its 2009 Book Awards. Brenda Hillman took the prize in poetry for ... The judges of the graphic novel prize-the first major book award to honor the genre-called Mazzucchellis book "a beautifully ...
Awards based on competition of works are granted to Masters degree students or post-graduate students, or young scientists who ... PRIZES AND AWARDS TO YOUNG SCIENTISTS Awards based on competition of works are granted to Masters degree students or post- ... More in this category: « PRIZES OF THE LATVIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES PRIZES AND GRANTS AWARDED IN SPONSORSHIP » ... The prize has been awarded to M. Turks (1999), T. Ivanova (2000), V. Mihailovs (2001), R. M. Meri (2002), K. Zihmane (2003), I ...
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Regional winners from China, North America and Europe are rewarded with a $5,000 cash prize with the overall global winner ... The Magna Global Bold Perspective Award is a yearly challenge asking student designers to submit vehicle concepts from looking ...
Awards and prizes. 8th Max Perutz Prize Awarded to John Helliwell. The 8th Max Perutz Prize of the European Crystallographic ... IUCr awarded ICSU grant for Building Science Capacity in Africa via Crystallography project ... John Helliwell received the award at the 29th European Crystallographic Meeting in Rovinj, Croatia, August 23-28, 2015. ... Alessia Bacchi, Vice President of ECA, Chair of the 8th Perutz Prize Committee ...
News , 11/07/2018 Liebherr awards NEIAS with „Best International Collaboration" prize ... prize. The presentation of the award took place at Liebherr-Aerospaces stand during Airshow China 2018 in Zhuhai. ... Liebherr-Aerospace Toulouse SAS (France) has awarded Nanjing Engineering Institute of Aircraft Systems (NEIAS) with the „Best ...
Blues in Bournemouth won regional prizes at the 2024 Deliveroo Awards ... Koh Thai and Chicken & Blues won regional awards at the Deliveroo Awards (Image: Tripadvisor/Google Streetview) ... Two independent Bournemouth restaurants have won prizes at the 2024 Deliveroo Awards. ... The awards recognise a variety of independent restaurants serving a range of cuisines and members of the public were encouraged ...
... Speech by Vítor Constâncio, Vice-President of the ECB,on the ... It is a pleasure for me to be part of this session to award the 2012 Germán Bernácer Prize to Nicholas Bloom, Professor of ... occasion of the Awarding Ceremony of the Germán Bernácer Prize for Promoting Economic Research in Europe to Nicholas Bloom, ... I herewith extend my sincerest congratulations to you - Nicholas - for winning the 2012 Bernácer Prize. [9] ...
Watch the Online Award Ceremony. The biannual Future Generation Art Prize is the only prize for a young generation of artists ... Presented live from the PinchukArtCentre in Kyiv, an international jury will announce the winner of the Main Prize who will ... the Prize brings together the best of the art world to champion a new generation of artists. ... 20,000 will be allocated to fund an artist-in-residency programme for the Special Prize winners (up to 5 artists). ...
Veteran vocalist Deepika Priyadarshani Peiris who was awarded the Gusi Peace prize at the international Gusi Peace Prize award ... Video: Deepika awarded Gusi Peace prize. By CHATURANGA PRADEEP SAMARAWICKRAMA 3 December 2012 06:28 am - 9 - {{hitsCtrl.values. ... What a stupid question, this award is not for politicians or army cadres, it is for singers, the theme is peace.... ...
The prize was awarded at a gala dinner hosted by the international law firm Norton Rose and co-sponsor, the South African ... The University of Pretoria also won this award in 2010 when Prof Madeleine Stiglingh, Head of the Department of Taxation, won ... As supervisor, Prof Franzsen also received an award on behalf of the University of Pretoria, for the university that provided ... the first prize in the category for doctoral theses. Another one of Prof Franzsens former doctoral students, Dr Thabo Legwaila ...
  • The Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded separately in Norwegian capital Oslo on Friday. (
  • Concurrent efforts by the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, especially that of its founders, American cardiologist Bernard Lown and Russian cardiologist Yevgeniy Chazov, earned the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985. (
  • Two independent Bournemouth restaurants have won prizes at the 2024 Deliveroo Awards. (
  • ABU Prizes 2024 are now open for entries! (
  • Abdulrazak Gurnah, a Tanzanian-born novelist and emeritus professor who lives in the UK, poses for photographs with his 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature medal after being presented it by the Ambassador of Sweden Mikaela Kumlin Granit in a ceremony at the Swedish Ambassador's Residence in London, Monday, Dec. 6, 2021. (
  • Literature laureate Abdulrazak Gurnah was the first to get his prize in a lunchtime ceremony Monday at the Swedish ambassador's residence in London. (
  • She also had already won the songwriter of the year award ahead of the ceremony - a first for a female-identifying songwriter. (
  • The 2019 ABU Prizes ceremony, the climax of the most prestigious programme awards in Asia, occurred this week at the Keio Plaza Hotel in Tokyo's Shinjuku district and honoured the best Radio, Television and New Media content from ABU member organisations. (
  • This year the Award Presentation Ceremony makes up a part of the gala event of the ABU General Assembly's opening day. (
  • The awards ceremony was attended by several Zuma loyalists including Free State premier Ace Magashule, ministers Mosebenzi Zwane, Faith Muthambi and Malusi Gigaba and ANC Youth League leader Collen Maine, a fierce Gupta family defender. (
  • The prize of 1.000 CHF and an annual subscription to the daily paper Agefi for each member, was awarded to Chiara Citterio, Giorgia Pati, Calogero Amato and Andrea Padoan during the ceremony held on June 10th at the French Embassy of Switzerland (Berne), in the presence of the French ambassador in Switzerland, Mrs. Anne Paugam. (
  • London-born actor Idris Elba presented the ceremony, the 30th SAG awards, which were streamed on Netflix for the first time. (
  • At Lund University's grand annual ceremony, the Student Award for Excellence in Teaching was presented to Oriana Quaglietta Bernal, Department of Sociology. (
  • At the award ceremony, held at the University's annual academic ceremony on 26 January, she was joined by a Nobel laureate and a former prime minister, Anne L'Huillier, who received the university's gold medal, and Ingvar Carlsson, who was made an honorary member. (
  • The award ceremony will take place during the IFA Virtual Event "The Global Tax Agreement: The Two-Pillar Solution" on 29 November-1 December 2021. (
  • The Prize is awarded at the Lund University School of Economics and Management, at an event that features a lecture by the recipient of the prize, an award ceremony and a day devoted to popular science. (
  • The next award ceremony is scheduled for 11 May 2022 and coincides with the third Economics and Management Day in Lund. (
  • The purpose of the donation is the inauguration of a new prize in Economics and Management and to hold popular science lectures in economics and management in connection with the award ceremony. (
  • Deliveroo founder and CEO Will Shu said: "I say it every year, but the standard of finalists and winners for this year's Restaurant Awards has been incredible. (
  • In addition to Dr. McMahon, NIMH grantees Thomas Schulze, M.D., and Pamela Sklar, M.D., have been named recipients of this year's Colvin Prize. (
  • Earl K. Miller, Ph.D. , is this year's recipient of the Goldman-Rakic Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Cognitive Neuroscience. (
  • Christopher Nolan's biopic Oppenheimer dominated at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards on Saturday, where several winners paid tribute to last year's actors' strike. (
  • Barbra Streisand was awarded this year's lifetime achievement prize, presented by Jennifer Aniston and Bradley Cooper. (
  • Oriana Quaglietta Bernal was one of two teachers awarded this year's teacher prize, the other winner was Patrik Lindskoug, Faculty of Law. (
  • Filipe Pereira, professor of molecular medicine at Lund University, is awarded this year's Fernström prize for young, exceptionally promising, and successful researchers. (
  • On the idea and with financial support from Mr Ryōichi Sasakawa (1899-1995), Chairman of the Japan Shipbuilding Industry Foundation and President of the Sasakawa Memorial Health Foundation, the award was founded in 1984. (
  • The 2021 Nobel Prize ceremonies are being reined in and scaled-down for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the laureates receiving their Nobel Prize medals and diplomas in their home countries. (
  • LONDON (AP) - Winners of the 2021 Nobel Prizes are receiving their awards in scaled-down local ceremonies adapted for pandemic times. (
  • LUSEM is glad to announce that Dr. Giorgio Beretta has received the prestigious 2021 Maurice Lauré Prize for his doctoral dissertation entitled "European VAT and the Sharing Economy", published by Wolters Kluwer - EUCOTAX Series on European Taxation. (
  • We at LUSEM join the Jury of the 2021 IFA Maurice Lauré Prize, under the Chairmanship of Mr. Jean Claude Bouchard (France), in congratulating Giorgio for winning this impressive award! (
  • Kristina Lång, Ida Arvidsson, Freja Sahlin och Jennie Karlsson have been awarded the Lund University and Sparbanken Skåne Prize for Future Innovations in the category employed for combining pocket-sized ultrasound with AI to create a safe and accessible tool for breast cancer diagnosis, which is an eSSENCE project. (
  • A prize worth SEK 1 million for outstanding and ground-breaking research, and a full day dedicated to popular science and interdisciplinary lectures in economics and management - this is the result of a generous donation from the Jan and Åsa Söderberg family to the Lund University School of Economics and Management. (
  • The recipient of the prize is selected through international competition and proposed in a nomination process at the Lund University School of Economics and Management. (
  • 2017 RAMSA Prize winner: 'Just' Housing: Dutch Social Housing from 1915 to 1930 by Robert Cannavino and Mark Santrach. (
  • Robert Cannavino and Mark Santrach were announced today as the 2017 RAMSA Prize recipients. (
  • Categories and prizes will remain the same for 2017. (
  • This is the second time in just two years that the prize goes to the Department of Sociology, in 2022 Erik Hannerz received the same honour. (
  • AGU presents Union awards, medals, and prizes to recognize individuals whose excellence and leadership in research, education and innovation have significantly advanced Earth and space science. (
  • All prizes and medals are awarded at the Academy's Annual Meeting on 20 March, to mark its foundation in 1753. (
  • Each year the Psychology Department awards psychology students cash prizes for excellence in scholarship and research. (
  • The competition awards $3,000 in cash prizes and publication in three categories: fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction. (
  • Nelson Mandela was the first recipient of the prize in 1985. (
  • Any national health administration, educational and research organization as well as any former recipient of the prize may nominate a candidate for the award. (
  • The Committee meets to decide on the recommendation to be made to the Programme Sub-Committee of the WHO Regional Committee which designates the recipient of the Prize. (
  • The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is pleased to announce that Francis McMahon, M.D. , has been named a recipient of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation's 2016 Colvin Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Mood Disorders Research. (
  • The prize, which consists of a bronze medal and an amount of money estimated to be worth $5,000 USD, can be awarded to one or more people once a year. (
  • She was awarded $5,000 from the annual Michael Sheehan Memorial Award, which was presented by the Portland law firm Preti Flaherty. (
  • Separate from the $10,000 RAMSA Travel Fellowship , the firm's Partners grant the $5,000 RAMSA Prize to an employee(s), as an opportunity for the firm's staff to engage in their own in-depth research abroad that can meaningfully inform their design work. (
  • The Prize consists of a certificate and an amount of EUR 5,000. (
  • The prize consists of a certificate of achievement, a plaque from the organization's founder, and an amount of money that cannot exceed $40,000 USD. (
  • John L.R. Rubenstein, M.D., Ph.D., received the 2016 Ruane Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Research. (
  • SAN DIEGO, November 3, 2007-The Society for Neuroscience, the world's largest organization of physicians and scientists who study the brain and nervous system, announces the winners of science achievement awards given this year at its annual meeting here. (
  • Mika Salpeter Lifetime Achievement Award: Huda Akil of the University of Michigan. (
  • Published 25 January 2016 Associate senior lecturer Daniel Metcalfe was awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant. (
  • The prize awards $10,000 USD travelling fellowships to keen researchers from developing countries to enable them to gain experience researching health issues that relate to developing countries. (
  • See the award page for details, including criteria and past winners. (
  • It is usually attended by winners of the prizes in chemistry, physics, medicine, literature and economics. (
  • The awards and winners are listed below. (
  • individual winners and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place of £500, £250, and £125 for the agency and initiative awards for older people. (
  • Through this, we want to help raise the profile of the School of Economics and Management in Sweden and hopefully internationally," said Jan Söderberg when the Prize was announced in late June 2018. (
  • His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah (1929-2020) Prize is awarded for research in health care for the elderly and health promotion by the State of Kuwait Health Promotion Foundation to the individual(s) or institution(s). (
  • The Foundation was formed in 2003 by the State of Kuwait and awarded an individual who has made an exceptional contribution to the prevention, control, or study of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or cancer. (
  • The Foundation for the State of Kuwait Prize for the Control of Cancer, Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes in the Eastern Mediterranean was established in 2003. (
  • The prize is generally awarded every two years and presented during a session of the WHO Regional Committee for Africa. (
  • The prize will be awarded for the fifth time during the Fifty-eighth Session of the Regional Committee. (
  • Following the recommendations of the Foundation, the Regional Committee at its Fifty-seventh Session decided to award the prize for 2011 in the area of cancer to Dr Alireza Ansary-Moghaddam from the Islamic Republic of Iran. (
  • The Ambassador Award honors individuals whose achieveme. (
  • This prize honors individuals whose groundbreaking work provides new models that inspire and enable fundamental shifts in knowledge and culture. (
  • This prize honors outstanding contributions to neuroscience, and is given for recognition of a neuroscientist's research by their colleagues. (
  • The Africa Award for Research Excellence in Earth or Ocean Sciences is given annually to an early career scientist from the African continent in recognition of significant work that shows the focus and promise of making outstanding contributions to research in Earth or ocean sciences. (
  • Purpose of Award: The Hardesty award aims to further the education of undergraduate and Masters students of psychology who show excellence in psychology and especially for work in the history of psychology, the psychology of gender, or in developmental psychology. (
  • Read more about each award or prize, and then nominate a colleague or apply today. (
  • Dr Comlan A.A. Quenum Prize for Public Health The prize was established in 1987 upon the initiative of, and with funds provided by, the Government of Cameroon to honour the memory of Dr Comlan A.A. Quenum, the first African to hold the post of Regional Director of WHO. (
  • The Prize is named in honour of Maurice Lauré, who was instrumental in the first implementation of Value Added Tax (VAT) in France in the early 1950s, a system of taxation now applied in nearly 170 jurisdictions worldwide. (
  • The award, which embraces Nelson Mandela's (1918-2013) humility, was established in 2019 to celebrate a person(s) or institution(s) that made a significant contribution to health promotion extended far beyond the call of normal duties. (
  • For Committee and Caucus awards , please review instructions to determine whether nominations are submitted here or directly to committee/caucus chairs. (
  • Book prize nominations are complete once submissions are mailed to the prize committee for their consideration. (
  • Nominations can be made by all professors and associate professors at LUSEM, as well as by all members of the prize committee. (
  • The foundation's purpose is to award a prize known as the Shousha Prize, which is to be given to a person who made the most significant contribution to any health problem in the geographical area in which Shousha served the WHO. (
  • NIMH congratulates the accomplished professionals recognized during the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation's annual awards dinner. (
  • The prize consists of a gold-plated silver medal, a certificate, and an honorarium for services in the field of family health. (
  • The Sasakawa Health Prize consists of a statuette and money of the order of $30,000 USD to be given to a person(s) and/or of the order of $40,000 USD to be given to an institution(s), who have accomplished outstanding innovative work in health development, such as the promotion of specific health programmes or significant advancements in primary health care, to encourage the further development of health. (
  • The prize consists of a certified award, a plaque, and up to $40,000 USD. (
  • The prize consists of a plaque and a sum of money which will not exceed $100,000 USD. (
  • The award consists of a plaque. (
  • The award, which consists of a bronze medal and the current equivalent of $2,000 USD, is given to one or more individuals who have distinguished themselves in Down syndrome research. (
  • It consists of a bronze medal and currently a sum of US$ 2000, if funds permit, and is awarded to a person considered to have made the most significant contribution to improving health in the geographical area of Africa, the Region in which Dr Comlan A.A. Quenum served WHO. (
  • The prize committee announced on July 1 that the jury of 29 European lawyers had awarded the prize to Vadim Kuramshin. (
  • Proposals are made to the Regional Director for Africa, who submits them to the Prize Committee together with his/her technical comments. (
  • Please note: Each prize committee requires additional materials for their review. (
  • The Gardner Murphy Committee decides on the eligibility and on the amount of the award. (
  • Administered by SfN's Committee on Women in Neuroscience, this award is for an individual working outside the field of neuroscience who has significantly promoted the professional advancement of women in neuroscience. (
  • It is a pleasure for me to be part of this session to award the 2012 Germán Bernácer Prize to Nicholas Bloom, Professor of Economics at Stanford University. (
  • The School is a leading force in the international research community within the field of Economics and Management and through the award it will attract attention in broad circles within and outside its own field of research. (
  • The prestigious award is given on behalf of the Faculty of Art and Design of the University of West Bohemia and is chosen through public nomination, followed by a jury. (
  • I am happy and extremely honored to receive this prestigious award. (
  • The Ludovic-Trarieux Human Rights Prize, created in 1984, is awarded each year to a lawyer for his or her contributions to the defense of human rights. (
  • The Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics is an award given each year since 1959 jointly by the American Physical Society and the American Institute of Physics. (
  • The Cubby's COO, Matteo Cugno, who just finished his junior year at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, accepted the Top Gun award on behalf of the startup. (
  • Another special attendee at the Brits this year was Kylie Minogue, who received the coveted global icon award and performed a medley of her hits to close the show. (
  • Millions of rands allegedly laundered by a Gupta associate, Eric Wood, were used to sponsor the awards that named presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma the South African of the Year two years ago. (
  • The South African of the Year Awards are run by the Gupta family-owned The New Age Company. (
  • Accepting the outstanding cast prize, British actor Sir Kenneth Branagh commended the actors' union strike, which delayed many projects in Hollywood last year. (
  • Oriana Quaglietta Bernal completed her PhD last year and was surprised that she has already been awarded the prize. (
  • The Asahiko Taira International Scientific Ocean Drilling Research Prize is given annually in recognition of outstanding, transdisciplinary research accomplishment in ocean drilling to an honoree within 15 years of receiving their Ph.D. The Taira Prize is generously funded by the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management Internati. (
  • The prize has been given out every two years since 2000. (
  • The Devil Wears Prada stars Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt reunited to present the first award of the night, performing a sketch featuring several of their movie's most famous lines, almost 20 years since it was released. (
  • The award is presented to a young scientist with outstanding achievements who has received an advanced professional degree within the past ten years. (
  • Agency SM Entertainment has achieved an amazing feat, with their artists winning the Golden Disk Award top prize six years in a row. (
  • I have been in the field of Cellular Reprogramming for twenty years and the Fernström prize is a fantastic way to celebrate this milestone! (
  • Maracle's book questioned the historical and ongoing assimilationist policies of Canada and her book earned the 2018 Blue Metropolis First Peoples Literary Prize . (
  • World Health Organization (WHO) Public health prizes and awards are given to recognise major achievements in public health. (
  • The awards recognise a variety of independent restaurants serving a range of cuisines and members of the public were encouraged to vote for their favourites. (
  • The paper was nominated by co-author Prof. Klement Tockner from Frankfurt, Germany who inspired the research and who is receiving the award on behalf of the entire team. (
  • The award-winning artists are selected by a jury of members of the Arts Council of the Institute of Art and Design. (
  • The American Physical Society and the American Institute of Physics honor the outstanding scientific achievements of Herbert Spohn, Professor for Applied Probability Theory / Statistical Physics at TUM, with the Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics 2011. (
  • The prize was established to honor a scientist with distinguished achievements in the broad field of neuropharmacology or a related area and exemplary efforts in mentoring young scientists. (
  • This award recognizes an individual with outstanding career achievements in neuroscience who has also significantly promoted the professional advancement of women in neuroscience. (
  • The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities has decided to award its most prestigious prize, the Gad Rausing Prize for Outstanding Humanities Research, to our honorary doctor Professor Heikki Pihlajamäki (Helsinki). (
  • PHOTO / STACY CRAMP Heather Kerner, owner of the startup the Good Crust in Skowhegan, won the Michael Sheehan Memorial Award. (
  • Jacob P. Waletzky Memorial Award for Innovative Research in Drug Addiction and Alcoholism, supported by the Waletzky Family and the Philanthropic Collaborative at Rockefeller Philanthrophy Advisors: Marina Picciotto of Yale University School of Medicine. (
  • As part of winning the award Dlamini-Zuma received R250,000 in prize money in 2015. (
  • Dlamini-Zuma's spokesman, Febe Potgieter-Gqubule, said the former African Union Commission chairman donated all her prize money to the Thusanani Foundation charity. (
  • The directors of Regiments, Nyhonyha and Niven Pillay, have laid criminal charges at Bramley police station relating to alleged money-laundering involving a total of R15-million in payments made to The New Age Company as a sponsorship for the 2015 awards. (
  • The prize money is SEK 1 million. (
  • Caroline Baumann, director of Cooper-Hewitt, received the award on behalf of the museum. (
  • Dr. Jeannie Morgan, the instructor, submitted "Dearest Canada" to the newly established Blue Metropolis student essay contest on Mercer's behalf and it won top prize. (
  • We hope that the prize and the associated events will engage the entire school, its researchers and students, as well as the public. (
  • The candidates are nominated and recommended by each prize and award selection panel. (
  • ASA awards and prizes are open to all members of the association. (
  • The award acknowledges in particular his seminal contributions to nonequilibrium statistical mechanics as exemplified by his exact solutions of growth models and stationary states of open systems. (
  • The Brit Awards event, taking place at the O2 Arena in London, is being hosted by Maya Jama, Roman Kemp and Clara Amfo. (
  • The Multiparty Collaboration award went to the Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics, or iCAIRD. (
  • This prize recognizes young scientists who have demonstrated international collaboration based on the best science. (
  • In the students' motivation for the award, Oriana Quaglietta Bernal's ability to create a safe environment, a good discussion climate, exemplify and constantly develop teaching is emphasised. (
  • This week, Chris and Lizzie report from Singapore, following Prince William's third annual Earthshot prize awards. (
  • Purpose of Award: The Memorial Fund was set up in memory of first Chairperson of the Psychology Department, Gardner Murphy. (
  • Basis for Selection: The Chairperson of the Department determines the manner in which the funds are used in accordance with the stated intentions of the award. (
  • The SAG awards are often seen as a good prediction of who will win at the Academy Awards, which will be held on March 10. (
  • The Peter and Patricia Gruber Foundation Neuroscience Prize: Shigetada Nakanishi, director of Japan's Osaka Bioscience Institute. (
  • A prominent defender of inmates' rights in Kazakhstan, who is himself imprisoned, has been awarded with the 18th Ludovic-Trarieux International Human Rights Prize. (
  • The Ladislav Sutnar Prize is awarded to Czech and international artists for outstanding performance in the field of fine arts, applied arts and design. (
  • The Peter and Patricia Gruber International Research Award in Neuroscience: Yulia Lerner of New York University and Hubert Lim of Medical University Hannover in Germany. (
  • The International Fiscal Association (IFA) instituted this prestigious Prize in order to encourage scientific work on international indirect taxation. (
  • The Cubby, a Waterville startup that helps college students sell art work, won Maine Center for Entrepreneurs' Top Gun Showcase award on Wednesday night. (
  • The Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum was awarded the 2013 Ladislav Sutnar Prize, Tuesday, Nov. 12, in Pilsen, Czech Republic, for its contribution to the world of design and the promotion of Ladislav Sutnar's legacy and work. (
  • He receives the award for his work on reprogramming blood cells and the development of immunotherapies based on this technology. (
  • Liverpool's Older Peoples Awards were organised by Liverpool Registered Social Landlords, Liverpool City Council and partner agencies who work and support 'Older People' in the city. (
  • Donald B. Lindsley Prize, supported by the Grass Foundation: Sara Aton of the University of Pennsylvania. (
  • Julius Axelrod Prize, supported by the Eli Lilly and Company Foundation: Richard Huganir of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and David Julius of the University of California at San Francisco. (
  • This award recognizes a scientist who as done research or plans to do research in the area of substance abuse and the brain and nervous system. (
  • These awards honor imaginative, innovative research that will advance novel ideas and have the potential to lead to significant breakthroughs in the understanding of the brain and nervous system and related diseases. (
  • The Powerful Partnership award was presented to the University of Glasgow's Dr David Mahon and colleagues at the National Nuclear Laboratory for their pioneering research in the field of muography. (