Bruce S. Schoenberg International Award in Neuroepidemiology
In tribute to the career of Bruce S. Schoenberg, MD, in training neurologists internationally in epidemiologic methods, this award salutes a promising young investigator from a developing country or Eastern Europe.
Recipient is expected to give a 20-minute presentation based on the selected abstract during a neuroepidemiology scientific session at the AAN 62nd Annual Meeting.
Certificate of recognition
Complimentary registration and education program fees for 62nd Annual Meeting
Reimbursement for 62nd Annual Meeting travel and lodging expenses
Recognition at Awards Luncheon at 62nd Annual Meeting
Must be an investigator under the age of 45 at the time of submission
Must be a permanent resident of a developing country or Eastern Europe
Must have collected study's data in a developing country or Eastern Europe
Must have played an important role in epidemiologic research on a neurological disease
Applicants should submit one complete set of the following materials:
Completed application form
Current curriculum vitae including date of birth, training, and bibliography
Maximum 500-word abstract on epidemiological research on a neurological disease study in which applicant played an important role (abstract will be ineligible for submission to the Scientific Program)
For more information and application, visit: Bruce S. Schoenberg International Award in Neuroepidemiology Website