American College of Physicians Award for Outstanding Work in Science as Related to Medicine
This award is bestowed for outstanding work in science as related to medicine. Scientists of any country and in any field, whether non-clinical or clinical, biochemical, biological, physical, or social, shall be eligible for this award. A medical degree shall not be required. A major consideration in selecting the awardee will be an outstanding contribution which has been nationally or internationally recognized made by the nominee.
Nominating and supporting letters should address:
- What are the significant contributions of the nominee towards science as it relates to medicine?
- Why is the nominee’s work considered outstanding and what is his/her area of expertise?
- Did the scientific contributions towards medicine of this nominee merit national or international recognition?
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Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 Live Simulcast!
Unable to attend the meeting this year? On Saturday, May 2, seven sessions will be streamed live from the meeting. Register for the simulcast and earn CME credit after watching each session. Watch it live or download for later viewing.