Scholarships and awards
Here are a few scholarships and awards we offer to the science community.
In September 2010, the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) lost a great friend. (HAPS) lost a great friend. Sam was a long-time, devoted HAPS member, an active participant in the development of the HAPS Comprehensive Competency Test, and a consistent proponent of the use of technology in the classroom and laboratory. In Sam’s honor, ADInstruments established the Sam Drogo Technology in the Classroom Award, an annual award for a HAPS member who demonstrates the innovative use of technology to engage undergraduates in Human Anatomy and Physiology. Find out more
This scholarship is presented in support of TReND (Teaching and Research in Neuroscience for Development in Africa) and their work to establish world-class neuroscience programs in Africa that encourage young scientists to take up a career in this field. It is open to present and future educators from Africa who want to learn how to implement exercises using invertebrates in neuroscience teaching laboratories. The scholarship will provide a travel stipend and complimentary registration at an ADInstruments-sponsored neuroscience educator workshop (Jointly hosted by ADInstruments and the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University).
This scholarship is for present and future educators who want to learn how to implement exercises using invertebrates in neuroscience teaching laboratories. The scholarship will provide a travel stipend and complimentary registration at any ADInstruments sponsored neuroscience educator workshop (Jointly hosted by ADInstruments and the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University).
Established in 2003 by Professor Carlo J. De Luca, the Delsys Prize promotes innovative uses of Electromyography, recognizing advancements in the understanding, techniques/technologies or applications of the Electromyographic signal. The Delsys Prize is open to anyone with an interest in Electromyography. The proposal submission windows is between April and September of each year. Find out more.
The ADInstruments Award in Medical Physiology recognizes and supports excellence amongst top performing first year MBBS students at Western Sydney University, providing them with reward for academic achievement and much needed encouragement along their journey to success.
The ADInstruments Prize for Human Structure and Function is awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance, in each of the Human Structure and Function courses of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science program at The University of Newcastle.
Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in the 2nd year of the Bachelor of Medical Science program. The University of South Australia nominates Prize and Award winners early in the New Year after all grades have been confirmed.
APS Scholarships and Awards
This award honors an American Physiological Society (APS) member who demonstrates the greatest potential for incorporating innovative teaching techniques and effectively utilizing technology resources in engaging undergraduate students in physiology education.The applicant must be an APS member of the Teaching Section who has received their first faculty appointment within the last 15 years. Find out more.
The Claude Bernard Distinguished Lectureship Award is presented to an established investigator with a history of excellence in education who is making outstanding contributions to teaching and learning. The educator may be an APS member or a non-member nominated by a member. The awardee's talk is expected to further interest in and enhancement of educational practices that are relevant to teachers of physiology. The award consists of a $1000 honorarium, up to $2000 travel reimbursement to Experimental Biology, complimentary registration to the meeting, and complimentary tickets to the Section dinner. Self-nomination is permitted for APS members. Find out more.
Michael J. Brody Young Investigator Award
ADInstruments is a proud sponsor of the Michael J. Brody Award which recognizes a promising young investigator who has made a significant research contribution to the understanding of neural control and autonomic regulation. Find out more
New Investigator Award
The NCAR New Investigator award recognizes an outstanding investigator in the early stage of their independent career and have made meritorious contributions to the area represented with the NCAR Section. Find out more
New Investigator Award
We are proud to be the sponsor of Respiration Section New Investigator Award. The Respiration Section New Investigator Award ($1,000 plus reimbursement of the advance registration fee) recognizes an outstanding investigator in the early stages of his/her career who have made meritorious contributions to the area represented by the Respiration Section. Find out more
Outstanding Trainee Award
This award recognizes an outstanding postdoctoral trainee who submitted their abstract to an APS Respiration Section topic at EB 2019 and have made meritorious contributions to this section. Find out more
Distinguished Lectureship Award
This award recognizes and established investigator who has made outstanding contributions to the field of Physiological Genomics.
New Investigator Award
This award recognizes an outstanding early career investigator who have authored publications in Physiological Genomics in the previous year.
We are proud to be the sponsor of The Cardiovascular Section New Investigator Award, founded by the APS in 2002. This award recognizes outstanding investigators in the early stages of their career who have made meritorious contributions to the scientific areas represented by the Cardiovascular Section of the APS. Find out more.
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