S4SN 2019 | Early Career Award
The Society for Social Neuroscience has established this award to recognize Early Career Contributions to Social Neuroscience.
Members are asked to nominate a colleague for this distinguished award recognizing the formation of new approaches or paradigms within a field of neuroscience, and or the development or advancement of research that cuts across fields of neuroscience. Two awards will be given, one for human research and one for animal research.
Award winners will be representative of the most creative and promising investigators in the field of social neuroscience and will embody the future of social neuroscience through their cutting edge ideas and novel research.
Nominees for the Early Career Award must have completed their Ph.D. within ten years of the date of the annual meeting at which the award would be conferred. Individuals who have completed their PhD since October 2009 are eligible.
Award winners must be able to attend this year’s Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL on October 18, 2019, to present their research during the Awards Symposium.
Is the research characterized by rigorous and innovative scientific methods?
Does the research build upon existing social neuroscience in scholarly ways?
Is the research having a scientific impact?
Is the research novel and creative?
Does the research have the potential to transform how we think about social neuroscience?
A letter of nomination
Two letters of recommendation, at least one of which is from a member of the Society for Social Neuroscience.
The nominee’s current CV, electronic reprints or links to the nominee’s work, indicating the most important contributions to social neuroscience.
The deadline for submissions is September 15, 2019 (Sunday). Nominations should be submitted via email attachment to email@example.com.
Eliza Bliss-Moreau, University of California, Davis
Jonathan B. Freeman, Ph.D., New York University
Jamil Zaki, Ph.D., Stanford University
Molly J Crockett, University of Oxford
Gül Dölen, M.D., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Jay Van Bavel, Ph.D., New York University