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The International Society for Regenerative Biology

Promoting the Science of Tissue Regeneration


For early career researchers charting new directions and making scientific discoveries and/or other contributions that impact regenerative biology research.

Please email to the nomination to by the end of day March 31st 2024

We also have a Lifetime Achievement award here.

Nomination Criteria:

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 young investigator award
  • reference impactful publications and their scientific significance
  • illustrate originality of nominee’s research program and independence
  • indicate other key ways in which the nominee has influenced the field of regenerative biology

2. Nominee’s complete CV

3. The nomination letter and CV should be sent as a single attachment to

4. The nominee should agree to give an award lecture at the autumn meeting of the ISRB if they are selected (expenses will be paid by the ISRB).

Nominees must be within 7 years of starting an independent research group

Nominators must be ISRB members but nominees need not be ISRB members

Self-nominations are not accepted

ISRB Board members may nominate a candidate but will not participate in voting if they do so

Rising Star Award Medal designed by Stephanie Nowotarski Ph.D.

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