We are inviting nominations for our society awards including:
Career Contribution Award: Awarded to a senior scientist whose work has been influential in the field of electrophysiology and/or neuroimaging and has had a significant impact on research and clinical applications. Any scientist (i.e. need not be an ECNS member) may be nominated by any member of ECNS. A tradition of the ECNS is to ask one of his/her students to give a presentation highlighting the life work of the awardee. This award is considered the highest award bestowed by the ECNS.
E. Roy John Award (sponsored by the University of Uskudar): Awarded to a scientist who has produced more than 50 articles which are indexed in the SCI. Any scientist may be nominated by any member of the ECNS. The awardee will give the E. Roy John Memorial lecture, and will receive $1000.
ECNS Young Investigator Award (sponsored by SAGE Publications): Awarded to a scientist less than 40 years of age and ranked at the equivalent of Assistant Professor or within 2 years of appointment to Associate Professor. The candidate must have demonstrated significant contributions to translational research in the field of neuropsychiatric electrophysiology and/or neuroimaging.
Presidential Service Award: Awarded to a member who has provided outstanding service to ECNS. Any member of ECNS may be nominated by any of its members.
To nominate a member for one of these awards, simply send a letter detailing why the candidate is deserving of the award, as well as an updated copy of the candidate's CV, to Dr. Kemal Arikan (email@example.com), Chair of the ECNS Awards Committee. Further information can be found at here
ECNS EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society
ISNIP International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry
ISBET International Society for Brain Electromagnetic Topography