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 Awards and Grants

 

 

















         

 


 
The Jim Tiedje Award
The “Jim Tiedje Award” is presented by the ISME to an exalted microbial ecologist who is recognized for their Outstanding Lifetime contribution to the field of microbial ecology. Past winners of this award include Norman Pace (2008), Gijs Kuenen (2006) and Farooq Azam (2004). An expert panel comprising individuals selected by the ISME Executive are judges of this biennial award.
 
The ISME Young Investigators Award
The “ISME Young Investigator Award” recognizes early career microbial ecologists who have made significant contributions to this field. Past winners of this award include Ian Head (2004), Phil Hugenholtz (2006) and Forrest Rowher (2008). An expert panel comprising individuals selected by the ISME Executive are judges of this biennial award. The recipient of the 2010 award will be announced at the opening session of the ISME13 Symposium.
 
The ISME Student Poster Award
The “ISME Student Poster Award” is reserved for students who are the first and presenting author on a submitted poster presentation (proof of postgraduate studentship will be required). Three outstanding posters will be chosen each day (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday) of the ISME13 conference. Awardees will receive free membership of ISME for 2011. Winning posters will be displayed in a prominent location on Friday, August 27, 2010. Awards will be presented at the closing ceremony of ISME13.
Presented MO BIO LABORATORIES
 
The David C. White Award
David C. White’s vision was to honour and respect the power of quantitative analytical chemistry to microbial ecology. Thus, the “D.C. White Award” will be presented to the most innovative poster at the ISME13 conference. The announcement of the “D.C. White award” will be made at the closing ceremony of the ISME13 symposium and will be presented by Sandy White.
 
The ISME Travel Awards
The ISME travel awards are open to all ISME members who are currently enrolled as a research higher degree student or no more than 2 years past completion of their PhD. The applicant should be the first author of an abstract submitted to the symposium. More details will be made available shortly.