SOT Awards

Carcinogenesis SS Environmental Carcinogenesis Merit Award for Graduate Students

Deadline: December 17

The CSS Officers invite graduate students to submit their abstracts for competition for the newly established Environmental Carcinogenesis Merit Award. This award is made possible by the Environmental Carcinogenesis Research Fellowship Fund of the SOT Endowment. To qualify, your research 1) must be related to the field of environmental carcinogenesis and 2) integrate emerging sciences such as genomics, transcriptomics, epigenetics, metabolomics, microbiomics, exposomics, etc. into studies that help define mechanisms of, susceptibility to, and prevention of carcinogenesis. Applicants should submit a copy of their SOT research abstract, a copy of your current CV, a letter of recommendation from their major advisor, and a research narrative describing the hypothesis, background and significance. The narrative should be no longer than two pages not including 1-2 figures. Applications should be submitted as a single pdf document to Chad Brocker before the deadline.

One graduate student will be selected and will receive $500 and a plaque.

Award will be announced during the CSS meeting at the SOT Annual Meeting.

Contact: Chad Brocker

Award Group: SOT

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Contact:

Chad Brocker