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For lasting and impactful scientific contributions that have shaped regenerative biology research.
Please combine your nomination materials into a single PDF and submit here.
1. A single Nomination Letter, cosigned by two nominators, that speaks to the nominee’s scientific contributions, achievements, and impact on the field of regenerative biology.
Nomination letters should:
- explain why the nominee is deserving of a lifetime achievement award.
- reference up to five impactful publications and their scientific significance
- explain impact through their significant roles in mentorship, leadership, community service, outreach, and advocacy.
Nomination letters are required to include the following consent statement: “By submitting this nomination, I consent to the International Society of Regenerative Biology holding my personal data, for the purposes of managing the Society’s awards portfolio and associated review processes, for a period of one year from the date of submission and indefinitely if the nomination is successful.”
2. Nominee’s complete CV.
Nominators must be ISRB members but nominees need not be ISRB members
Nominees need not have an active research program (can be retired/emeritus)
Self-nominations are not accepted
Lifetime Achievement Award Medal designed by Stephanie Nowotarski, Ph.D.