CIHR – Institute of Cancer Research: Early Career Investigator Award
Nominations are due by February 15, 2017
This award, supported by CIHR – Institute of Cancer Research, honours a new investigator for outstanding contributions to research in the field of psychosocial oncology. Candidates must be within seven years of completing their postgraduate, fellowship or equivalent specialist training (defined as a PhD or MD or equivalent).
Recipients are distinguished by the level and quality of research output at this early career stage.
- The nominee must be within seven years of completing his or her highest level of training (e.g., graduate training, medical or postdoctoral fellowship, or equivalent specialist training).
- Eligibility is limited to members in good standing of CAPO (for at least one year prior to the nomination).
- Nominator must be a CAPO Member (Regular, Affiliate, Retired) in good standing.
- Application for the award will consist of:
- A confidential letter of nomination from the nominator.
- Two letters of support from other individuals to whom the nominee is known, also specifying why the nominee meets the award description above (supporters need not be CAPO members).
- Complete curriculum vitae, with details of specific termination dates of degrees and post-graduate training.
- Statement from the nominee, not to exceed 500 words, highlighting significant research accomplishments in the area of psychosocial oncology.
- Complete nomination packages must be submitted electronically to the Chair(s) of the Awards Committee (c/o the CAPO office) by no later than February 15, 2017. Submissions should be in PDF format – in one file.
Please submit to:
- Anthony Laycock, Association Manager, CAPO, email@example.com.
- Nominations and supporting documentation can be submitted in either French or English.
- The Awards Committee will invite members of the CAPO Board (barring those with real or perceived conflicts of interest) to review the nominations and vote for a recipient of the award. In the event of a tie vote, the last three CAPO past presidents, excluding the immediate past president (who are clear of any conflict of interest) will review the tied nominations and vote amongst themselves to select a winner.
- If no suitable recipients are nominated, no award will be given.
- There is no monetary value to this award.
- 2017 – Dr. Shane Sinclair