The Japan Neuroscience Society has received a call for nomination from the Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize, which also supports a Special Lecture at the JNS Annual Meeting. The deadline for nominations is September 1.
The Lundbeck Foundation is now accepting nominations for next year's winners of The Brain Prize, the world's largest prize for neuroscience (deadline: 1st September 2021). Find out about the nomination and selection process, and nominate here: https://lundbeckfonden.com/en/node/4051
The Brain Prize recognizes ground-breaking advances in any field of neuroscience, from basic to clinical research, and recipients may be of any nationality and working in any country in the world. Anyone can nominate and the Lundbeck Foundation warmly welcomes nominees and nominators from diverse backgrounds. Recipients of The Brain prize must be nominated by others. Nominations for multiple individuals who have contributed to an achievement are encouraged, and nominations of candidates from diverse backgrounds are warmly welcomed.