The Murray Goodman Scientific Excellence & Mentorship Award
Endowed by Zelda Goodman (2007)
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Call for Nominations
The Murray Goodman Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated career-long research excellence in the field of peptide science. In addition, the selected individual should have been responsible for significant mentorship and training of students, post-doctoral fellows, and/or other co-workers. The Awards Committee may also take into account any important contributions to the peptide science community made by the candidate, for example through leadership in the American Peptide Society and/or its journals. The 2015 Goodman Award will be presented at the 24thAmerican Peptide Symposium in Orlando, Florida.
Nominations for the Goodman Award should include the following items, assembled into a single PDF file.
1. A letter of nomination from the primary nominator (1,000 word limit).
2. A supporting letter from an established scholar (500 word limit).
3. A supporting letter from a former student, post-doctoral associate or other co-worker of the nominee (500 word limit).
4. The nominee's Curriculum Vitae and list of publications.
Nominating documents should be submitted by December 15th, 2014. Nominations for the 2013Goodman Award will be reviewed for a second time, but it is preferred that these nominations be updated. Award winners must be able to attend the 24th American Peptide Symposium in June 2015.
Individuals contemplating a nomination are encouraged to contact the Awards Committee Chair with questions.
PLEASE SUBMIT COMPLETE NOMINATION FILES VIA EMAIL TO:
Richard Houghten (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chair, Awards Committee, American Peptide Society
Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies
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