The Viktor Mutt Lectureship
The International Regulatory Peptide Society wishes to announce the opening of the call for nominations for The Viktor Mutt Lectureship, to be presented at RegPep2020, which will be held in Acapulco Diamante, Mexico, from September 17-22, 2020.
The Viktor Mutt Lectureship was established in recognition of the fundamental research of Viktor Mutt in the field of regulatory peptides, including gastrointestinal peptide hormones and neuropeptides. The Mutt Lectureship has been awarded thirteen times since its inception in 1994, and is intended to recognize the achievements of a scientist who, in their early or mid-career, has contributed decisively to progress in regulatory peptide research.
The IRPS Council congratulate last year’s Viktor Mutt Lecturer, Dr. Laura Bohn from the Scripps Institute, in recognition of her pioneering work on biased signaling at opiate receptors, and invite nominations for the 2020 Mutt Lectureship with a deadline of March 1, 2020. The Viktor Mutt Lecturer will receive full support for their travel expenses to attend RegPep2020 for the presentation of their lecture.
Nominations for the lectureship should include a short paragraph about the contribution of the nominee to progress in regulatory peptide research, and pertinent biographical facts about the nominee, and should be sent no later than March 1 to email@example.com.
The Mutt Lectureship Award for RegPep2020 will be announced in March, 2020.
Innovator Awards For Early Career Investigators In Neuroscience
Please note: applicants need not be working in areas related to stem cells.
The goal of these awards is to foster truly bold, innovative scientists with the potential to transform the field of neuroscience. Applicants are encouraged in all areas of neuroscience, and NYSCF is committed to supporting the field as broadly as possible through these awards. These awards are open to applicants around the world. Visit www.nyscf.org/neuroaward for more information and click here to preview the application.
Innovator Awards For Early Career Investigators In Translational Stem Cell Research
The goal of these awards is to support innovative scientists with the potential to transform the field of stem cell research and to advance the use of stem cells for the treatment of human disease. These awards are open to applicants around the world to explore the translational potential of stem cells. Visit http://www.nyscf.org/stemcellaward for more information and to apply and click here to preview the application.
Applications close Wednesday, February 19, 2020, at 5:00 pm Eastern.
Each provides 1.5M in funding over 5 years. URLs are highlighted for each award mechanism.
New Open Access Publication: Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports
The International Neuroendocrine Federation is delighted to announce their endorsement of a new open access publication, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports”.
Member of constituent societies and groups of the International Neuroendocrine Federation are eligible for a 20% discount off the open access fee when publishing in EDM Case Reports. To publish your case report, submit online via www.edmcasereports.com using the easy-to-use article template.
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports is a unique, open access resource that publishes and links together case reports, enabling practitioners to communicate findings, share knowledge and convey medical experiences efficiently and effectively. The search and browse functionality enables fluid navigation between case reports, facilitating discovery, connections and comparisons; making it the go-to resource across all the many disciplines intersecting with endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism.
Glenn I. Hatton Memorial Fund
The Glenn I. Hatton Memorial Fund commemorates Professor Hatton’s contribution to neuroscience, neuroendocrinology, and in particular, studies of the magnocellular neurosecretory system. Two awards will be made at each World Congress on Neurohypophysial Hormones (WCNH) to meritorious students or postdocs.
The INF awards fellowships every 2 years at the WCNH meeting.