The IMS Robert Greenblatt Prizes
Robert B. Greenblatt, co-founder and first President of the International Menopause Society, originally conceived the idea of awarding prizes to the two junior researchers who present the best papers in the field of the menopause. There are two prizes each of GBP2000, one for clinical work and the other for basic research work.
- Award winners must be under 40 years of age, or in training, by the first day of the Congress.
- They must have been the sole or principal investigator in the study reported.
- Entrants for the Greenblatt prizes must submit their work in abstract form by the deadline, 29th March 2016 ticking the “Greenblatt prize” checkbox when submitting
The IMS Henry Burger Prize
This Prize, £2500, was named to mark the great contribution that Professor Henry Burger has made to the field of menopause. It is awarded to the investigator who is judged as having published the most significant contribution(s) to the field of menopause in basic science or clinical studies in the period since the previous World Congress.
Applications and nominations are invited for this Prize to be received no later than 1st July 2016. The publications must have been in a peer-reviewed journal, in print or e-pub, in the public domain, during the qualifying period. Judging of entries is undertaken by the Scientific Prize Sub-Committee. The prize winner will give a short presentation of his/her work at the World Congress in Prague at a special session on Wednesday 29th September 2016, 18.00-18.15 in the Forum Hall, Prague Congress Centre.
If you have any queries or would like to submit an application please contact Lee Tomkins, Executive Director, IMS.