Apply for the Thudichum Young Scientist Award
Every 2 years, the Phospholipid Research Center (PRC) presents the Thudichum Young Scientist Award to young scientists responsible for outstanding publications that focus on recent significant contributions to research into phospholipids.
Before the biannual symposium any researcher (35 years of age or younger) can apply for the Thudichum Young Scientist Award by submitting relevant scientific publications. The Scientific Advisory Council of the PRC will select the winner, who will present his/her work and receive the Thudichum Young Scientist Award at the symposium.
The winner is the guest of honor of the symposium and will receive a cash prize of €5,000 for his/her achievements. The Thudichum Young Scientist Award is presented either by the president of the PRC or by a previous winner of the Thudichum Life Award. The winner of the Thudichum Young Scientist Award will have the opportunity to give a short summary of his/her scientific achievements.
Application start: May 15, 2021
Application deadline: August 15, 2021
Written applications should contain:
- Application letter
- Curriculum vitae
- List of publications
- List of poster presentations
- List of lectures
- Copies (PDF) of up to three peer-reviewed publications and/or PhD thesis.
All documents are to be submitted as PDF files or ZIP files (max. 7 MB each) by e-mail to email@example.com
An announcement that applications are being accepted is published in scientific journals, on selected internet pages, and on the home page of the Phospholipid Research Center; the members and contacts of the Phospholipid Research Center also spread the word to potential candidates. Three weeks before the award ceremony, the SAC selects the winner, who is invited to accept the award and visit the symposium as guest of the Phospholipid Research Center.
Thudichum Life Award
No appications required
The Thudichum Life Award honors lifelong, outstanding, and innovative scientific research in the field of phospholipids. The winner of the Thudichum Life Award is chosen by the Scientific Advisory Council and Board of the PRC; an application for this award is not required.