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Assembly on Allergy, Immunology & Inflammation International Early Career Achievement Award

This award recognizes a junior faculty whose primary work is outside of the United States or Canada with exemplary achievements in a scientific area of interest to the Assembly, and who demonstrates a clear promise for a future of sustained productivity. There is a single award given out per year where the awardee will receive a framed certificate and make a 5-minute presentation of their work to the AII Assembly at the annual Assembly Membership Meeting. There is no monetary award for this recognition. 

Criteria:

  • The bulk of the awardee’s research should have been performed outside the United States or Canada.
  • The awardee must be a Primary or Secondary AII member.
  • The awardee must be an Instructor Level or Assistant Professor Level (or equivalent) at the time of nomination
  • Limited to nominees that are ≤ 10 years from terminal doctoral degree (PhDs or equivalent) or 12 years from completion of medical residency training (MDs or MD/PhDs or equivalents).  Individual waivers of time rule will require a written statement as to the reason for the waiver, and will be considered on a case by case basis.
  • Previous awardees are not eligible for the same award.

Nominations:

  • Nominations will come from AII Primary or Secondary Assembly members
  • Submit a one-page essay summarizing what the nominee has contributed to impact their field thus far, and why you believe they demonstrate clear promise for ongoing productivity/achievement.
  • Attach the nominee’s NIH Bio-sketch (or equivalent research CV), limit 5 pages.

 

2021 Assembly on Allergy, Immunology & Inflammation - International Early Career Award

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When the Society awards an Honor, the Honor reflects the Society's judgment that the honoree's contributions to, and effect on, the field are exemplary. The Society takes into account the totality of the individual's work, professional conduct, ethics and reputation. It expects those who hold Honors to embody highly professional and ethical conduct in their work and interactions with others in the course of their careers. As part of that commitment, we ask that you include a statement in the text box below attesting, to the best of your knowledge, that the nominee's conduct has conformed to the values and expectations in the Policy on Professionalism and Ethical Conduct, and there have been no allegations against the nominee to the contrary, except to the extent you have disclosed them to ATS in your statement.

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Past Recipients of the Assembly on Allergy, Immunology & Inflammation International Early Career Achievement Award:

2020 - Dong Keon Yon, MD
2019 - Kimberly Wang, PhD
2018 - Serge Grazioli, MD
2017 - Bamidele Olaiya Adeniyi, MBChB