Young Investigator Prizes
Two competitive prizes of $300 each are awarded at the biannual ISACP Congress. The J. Jerry Kaneko Prize is awarded for the best Oral Presentation by a young investigator. The Eitan Bogin Prize is awarded for the best Poster Presentation by a young investigator. Drs. Kaneko and Bogin were two of the founding members of the ISACB (now the ISACP).
To qualify, the investigator must be in training (graduate or residency) or within 5 years of completion of training. Selections are made by a committee of three ISACP members (appointed by the board) who judge the qualified presentations and posters.
The young investigator must be the first author of the presentation or poster and must be at the Congress to present it. The investigator should indicate at the time of abstract submission whether they qualify for a prize and are willing to be considered.
Past J. Jerry Kaneko Prize Winners (Oral Presentation)
2018 – Laura Brookes, Murdoch University, Australia
2016 – Adrian Tordiffe, University of Pretoria, South Africa
2014 – Louise Bundgaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2012 – Farzal Ghazali, University of Glasgow, UK
2010 – Laetitia Jaillardon, France
2008 – Hasan Turkez, Turkey
2006 – Michael Fry, USA
2004 – Marta López Alonso, Spain
2002 – Alejandro Ceballos, Chile
Past Eitan Bogin Prize Winners (Poster Presentation)
2018 – Mona Uchida, University of Tokyo, Japan
2016 – Yuki Okada, Japan
2014 – Shingo Ishikawa, Japan
2012 – Nobuko Mori, Japan
2010 – Asako Shimamura, Japan
2008 – Akihiro Mori, Japan
2006 – Mirella Noro, Chile
2004 – Ana Cristina Silvestre, Portugal