Carcinogenesis SS Dharm V. Singh Carcinogenesis Graduate Student Award Endowment Award
Deadline: November 17
The CSS Officers encourage graduate students to submit their abstracts for competition for best abstract awards. To qualify, your work must be related to the field of carcinogenesis. The due date for submission is November 17. Applicants should submit an electronic version of their abstract, a 1–2 page narrative describing their research hypothesis, background and significance, and a letter of recommendation from their advisor (not to exceed 2 pages) as a pdf document to Chad Brocker
. Confirmation of receipt of the award documents will be sent to each applicant by email. While student abstracts may be submitted for multiple SOT awards, the CSS student awards will not be given to a student receiving another award for the same abstract. Graduate students who have received a First Place award from CSS within the last 3 years are also not eligible.
The First Place winner will receive the Dharm V. Singh Endowment Award. He/she will receive a plaque and check (amount TBD). Second, third and fourth place graduate student winners will receive certificates as well as checks for amounts to be determined.
Awards will be announced during the CSS meeting at the SOT Annual Meeting.
Contact: Chad Brocker
Award Group: SOT