Award at a Glance
Award amount: $1,250, plus reimbursement of the early registration fee to the American Physiology Summit
Deadline: March 1
Questions? Contact: Ann Marie Bocus, APS Sections Administrator
Who Can Apply: APS members in good standing who is an established investigators, 60 years old or older with a primary EEP Section affiliation.
The Environmental and Exercise Physiology (EEP) Section Honor Award recognizes a previous or current primary member of the EEP Section who is 60 or older, has made significant research contributions to the scientific advancement of environmental,
exercise, thermal, or applied physiology and has been a collegial citizen of the EEP.
The nominee must:
- be an established investigator
- be at least 60 years old, and
- must be an APS Member with primary EEP Section affiliation
The nomination materials consist of:
- letter of nomination from a current EEP Section member, and
- nominee’s curriculum vitae.
Nomination letters must address criteria for the award, i.e., established an impactful line of research or made a seminal discovery, and state that the candidate is a collegial citizen of EEP and/or scientific community.
The Awards Committee reserves the right to contact colleagues and/or former trainees for character references.
Applications are only accepted via online submission.