The Teva Canada Limited Biological and Medicinal Chemistry (BMC) Lectureship Award
For research in biological and medicinal chemistry
Submit a Nomination: To nominate someone for this award, fill out the nomination form and submit your complete package as one pdf.
The 2013 award will be the first award presented
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This award is presented to a scientist who has made a distinguished contribution to the field of biological or medicinal chemistry within the past five years of the initial nomination deadline date while working in Canada.
Deadline: January 31, 2013
July 2 of every year in subsequent years
Sponsor: Teva Canada Limited
Award: A framed scroll, an award lecture to be given in a biological or medicinal chemistry symposium at the annual CSC conference, and a lecture tour to one or more Canadian universities, with special consideration given to schools that are not in major centers, and whose students normally do not travel to CSC meetings. The location(s) to be approved by the BMC Division Chair. Up to $1,000 in major travel costs for this tour will be reimbursed on application to the BMC Division Treasurer; local costs (taxis, accommodation and meals) are to be covered by the host institution(s). A cash prize of 1,000 can be used to offset travel costs to the CSC conference.
Membership in the Institute is not a prerequisite for this award.
All nominations will remain in force for three years. Nominators are responsible for keeping the record of the nominee up to date and complete.
- CSC Director of Awards as non-voting Chair
- Chair of the Biological/Medicinal Chemistry Division
- Last 2 Past Chairs of the Biological/Medicinal Chemistry Division
The award shall be presented annually unless the Committee considers that no suitable candidate has been nominated.
The nominator is responsible for assembling the material required and submitting it to the Awards Manager. Only the items listed below will be made available to the Selection Committee. Please ensure that the Nomination Form is complete, including curriculum vitae, a biographical sketch, and 3-5 supporting letters.
Citation Provide a brief statement (approximately 250 words) of why the candidate should receive the award. This is the key document in the nomination and this information should be relevant to the Terms of Reference of the award in question, i.e. the achievements for which the award is being offered.
Three Recent Publications (pdf files).
The publications should demonstrate the recent advance(s) for which the nomination is made and should be published within the past six years prior to the nomination.
The nomination package should include:
1. Nomination Form (fully completed, including CV, biographical sketch, and 3-5 letters of support)
2. Citation (maximum 250 words)
3. Three Recent Publications