Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry - Early Career Researcher Prize

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Early Career Researcher Prize

Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry

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About the prize

The Editors of the Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry (JII) are pleased to award the annual Early Career Researcher Prize of $500 to a Principal Investigator author with a substantial contribution to a high-quality article published in the previous year’s volume. To be eligible, the author must be within eight (8) years of receiving her/his Ph.D. at the time the article was published and in a full time academic or government laboratory position. All articles (regardless of author race, gender or disability) are eligible for the Early Career Researcher Prize.

 

Submissions information

All authors published in the 2021 volume will be contacted in February 2022 by the Journal's Portfolio Manager with more information about eligibility, requirements, and due date for nominations (including self-nominations!) Only one author per published manuscript will be considered. The Editors will make the final decision, with input from the Editorial Board. The 2021 Prize Winner will be announced in April. In addition to the opportunity to be considered for the Early Career Researcher Prize, authors will also benefit from the following :

  • Gain recognition for your research early in your career
  • Have your research validated by a robust peer review process
  • Increase your opportunities for future collaborations
  • Share your research with 50 free e-prints and receive tips on promoting your article
  • Immediately see the impact your research made in the community: track downloads, citations and the Altmetric Score of your article on My Authored Works

Interested in submitting to the journal? Please visit the Instructions on Authors' page for more information!

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