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"I would urge, that a thorough study of Human Physiology is, in itself, an education broader and more comprehensive than much that passes under that name. There is no side of the intellect which it does not call into play, no region of human knowledge into which either its roots, or its branches, do not extend." — Thomas Henry Huxley
David Bruce Awards are presented annually to undergraduate students who are presenting their research at the Experimental Biology meeting. There are two types of Bruce Awards.
David S. Bruce Outstanding Undergraduate Abstract Awards
This award provides $100 and a 2-year complimentary membership with The American Physiological Society to undergraduate students who are presenting their research at the Experimental Biology meeting. To be considered for the award, the candidate must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at the time of the abstract submission, be the first author on a submitted abstract for the EB meeting, and be working with an APS member. Selection of awardees is based on the abstract, letter of application, and letter of support from the research host. Receipt of the award is contingent upon presenting the research at EB.
David S. Bruce Excellence in Undergraduate Research Awards
This award provides funds to undergraduate students who are presenting their research at the Experimental Biology meeting. To be considered for the award, the candidate must be a David S. Bruce Outstanding Undergraduate Abstract Awardee and must attend and present a poster at the EB meeting. The recipients receive $400 and a certificate. The highest ranked awardee receives another $250, thanks to the generous contribution of an APS member. Selection of awardees is based on the quality of the poster and oral presentation of the poster to the David Bruce Award Selection Committee.