The Bioceramics Young Scholar Award recognizes excellence in research among current degree-seeking graduate students and postdoctoral research associates.
A letter from a faculty advisor or postdoctoral advisor verifying compliance to this rule must accompany the application.
All applicants are required to submit two abstracts:
- Submit one short abstract to a bioceramics-focused symposium via the MS&T abstract submission site. The short abstract will be used for organizing the technical program of the MS&T meeting.
- Submit a second, extended abstract (2,000 words maximum plus figures and tables) to the bioceramics division chair for evaluation by the division’s awards committee. The extended abstract should contain a summary of the nominee’s work (approximately 2,000 words plus figures) relevant to the interests of the division.
The nomination profile should also include:
- Nominee’s latest CV
- Two supporting letters
The award will be presented at the ACerS Annual Meeting/MS&T. All Young Scholar Award applicants are expected to submit an abstract for either a poster or an oral presentation in a bioceramics-focused symposium at the meeting.
The award winner will present an invited oral presentation at a bioceramics-focused symposium at the MS&T conference. The awardee shall receive a certificate, glass piece, and complimentary registration.
The deadline for nominations is January 31 in the year preceding the MS&T conference.
Nominations, including a written statement of the nominee’s qualifications and contributions, should be sent to the division chair:
North Dakota State University