Academia Europaea is inviting nominations for the 2022 Erasmus Medal.
In 2022, the prestigious Medal will be awarded to a scholar working in a field belonging to AE’s Class C, Life Science, which includes the following disciplines:
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Cell and developmental biology
- Physiology and neuroscience
- Organismic and evolutionary biology
- Clinical and veterinary sciences
About the Erasmus Medal
The Erasmus Medal is awarded to a scholar (preferably, but not necessary, a member of AE) who has maintained, over a sustained period, the highest level of international scholarship. The medallist is invited to give the annual Erasmus Lecture during the opening session of the Annual Meeting of the Academia.
How to nominate
Nominations may be submitted using the 2022 nomination form. The completed form should be emailed to Professor Balázs Gulyás email@example.com, Coordinator of the Erasmus Medal search process, copying in AE’s Executive Secretary Dr David Coates Execsec@acadeuro.org
Nominations should include a CV and publication list of the candidate, as well as a suggested ‘laudator’.
The closing date of the nomination period is 31st October 2021 (midnight GMT).
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