Young Investigator Awards
The ASBMR President's Award is given to the highest ranking abstract submitted by a young investigator*. Award recipients will receive a $1,500 honorarium and a plaque which is presented at the ASBMR Annual Meeting. Nominations are not accepted. The members of the Program Committee select the award winner based only on the scientific merit of the abstract. Individuals who have previously received the President's Award are no longer eligible for the award.
ASBMR Young Investigator Awards
The ASBMR Young Investigator Award recognizes young investigators* who submit top-ranking abstracts to an ASBMR Meeting. Award recipients will receive a $1,000 honorarium and a plaque which is presented at the ASBMR Annual Meeting. The ASBMR expects that $500 of the honorarium will be used to help offset travel expenses to the ASBMR Meeting. The other $500 may be used by the recipient at his/her discretion. Individuals who have previously received a Young Investigator Award to an ASBMR Meeting are no longer eligible for the award.
ASBMR Phoebe Leboy Professional Development Award
The Phoebe Leboy Professional Development Award is for a female young investigator* who resides outside the United States (preference will be given to an investigator residing in an emerging country). The award will provide the resources needed for the selected individual to attend the ASBMR Annual Meeting, mentorship from senior women in related areas of research, and membership in ASBMR. The award amount is up to $3,900.
ASBMR Felix Bronner Young Investigator Award
The ASBMR Felix Bronner Young Investigator Award is awarded to the highest ranking abstract submitted by a young investigator* with a focus on bone. This named award was recently established in honor of Felix Bronner, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, BioStructure and Function at the University of Connecticut Health Center. Award recipients will receive a $1,000 honorarium and a plaque. Individuals who have previously received the Felix Bronner Young Investigator Award are no longer eligible for the award.
* To be eligible as a Young Investigator, applicants must:
- Be the first and presenting author of the abstract
- Be a student/trainee or within five years of completion of a Ph.D., M.D., residency training or equivalent (The five years of eligibility are defined to extend from the end of the calendar year of the date of graduation or, if applicable, of completion of residency training or clinical subspecialty fellowship training, to the submission deadline date. Clinical subspecialty fellowship training is considered to end no later than the point at which the individual becomes board eligible. To petition for an extension of eligibility, please contact the ASBMR.)
If an individual selected to receive a Young Investigator Award does not present his or her abstract at the meeting, or is found to have not fulfilled eligibility criteria, the award will be cancelled and/or forfeited.