Darroch Award in Sexual and Reproductive Health
The Darroch Award recognizes an emerging leader in the field of sexual and reproductive health, where scientific evidence is essential to guiding the policies and programs of the future.
The award committee invites nominations for candidates who are emerging as leading researchers in the field and whose work demonstrates these strengths.
The award, offered once every two years, includes a $2,500 prize.
Criteria for the Award:
The awardee’s work must combine excellence in research with practical application to public policy and programs in the field of sexual and reproductive health.
The awardee’s work must demonstrate vision and innovation in methodology, analysis and/or communication of research findings.
The awardee’s work must adhere to the highest standards of research methodology and analysis.
Participation in the field of sexual and reproductive health in one or more of the following areas is considered an asset: public education, teaching, board service, and/or participation in professional activities.
Guidelines for Nominations:
Nominees should be in early to mid career. There is no age or degree requirement.
Nominees must have at least five peer-reviewed papers or publications.
Nominees may work on either domestic or international issues and may reside in any country.
Self-nominations are accepted.
Nominators may nominate more than one individual.
Multiple nominations may be submitted for a single individual.
The deadline for nominations is May 15.
For more information and application, visit: Darroch Award in Sexual and Reproductive Health