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Award at a Glance

Award amount: $2,500

Application deadline: October 1

Questions? Contact: Executive Office

Who Can Apply: A regular APS member, who is 42 or younger at the time of the Bowditch Lecture, or who is less than eight years from the start of their first faculty or staff research scientist position beyond postdoctoral training.

Award Description

The Bowditch Award Lectureship is awarded to a regular member, who is 42 or younger at the time of the Bowditch Lecture, or who is less than eight years from the start of their first faculty or staff research scientist position beyond postdoctoral training, for original and outstanding accomplishments in the field of physiology. Selected by the APS President, the recipient presents a lecture at the Experimental Biology meeting, which is considered for publication in the Society journal of their choosing.

The recipient receives an honorarium of $2,500, reimbursement of expenses incurred while participating in the Experimental Biology meeting, and a plaque. The membership is invited to submit nominations for the Bowditch Lecturer. A nomination shall be accompanied by a candidate's curriculum vitae and one letter detailing the individual's status, contributions, and potential. Nominations are only accepted via online submission


Eligibility
  • Must be a regular member, who is 42 or younger at the time of the Bowditch Lecture,
  • or who is less than eight years from the start of their first faculty or staff research scientist position beyond postdoctoral training, for original and outstanding accomplishments in the field of physiology. 

Criteria

The application requires the following documents:

  • Nomination Letter #1.
  • Nomination Letter #2.
  • Nominee's Curriculum Vitae.


Nominations are only accepted via online submission.