Young Investigator Awards
The Young Investigator Award in Cognitive Neuroscience recognizes outstanding contributions by scientists early in their careers. Award recipients have been working in the area of cognitive neuroscience for no more than 10 years involved in active independent research.
The FLUX Society is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the Young Investigator Award in Cognitive Neuroscience for the 2019 year.
For the 2019 awards, the nominee MUST be:
- Doing research in any area of developmental cognitive neuroscience
- No more than 10 years involved in active independent research as of April 1, 2019
- Residency, clinical internship and interruption for childbearing will not be counted against the 10-year limit
- Nominated by a Flux member (no self-nominations will be accepted)
- In attendance at the 2019 meeting to accept the award in person and agree to give a special plenary lecture
Submitting a Nomination
Before submitting a nomination, collect the required materials:
- Contact information for the nominee
- A PDF or Word Document of the nominee’s CV
- A short (max 600) word statement of the nominee’s research program
- A PDF or Word Document of a nomination statement from the primary referee
- Contact information for a second referee
When submitting your nomination, please send all documentation in a PDF or Word document and NOT in the body of the email. For questions please contact us.
Click here to email us your nomination with supporting documentation.
Submission Deadline: April 15, 2019, 23:59 Central Time
Science of Learning Symposium
For the 2017 Flux Congress, the Science of Learning Symposium, sponsored by the Jacobs Foundation, highlighted early career scientists who were identified based on merit and overall fit with the Flux mission.
2018 Science of Learning Symposium winners
TERESA IUCULANO, Université Paris – Sorbonne
DUNCAN ASTLE, University of Cambridge
TORKEL KLINGSBERG, Karolinska Institutet
2017 Science of Learning Symposium winners
GREGOIRE BORST, Paris Descartes University
JASON YEATMAN, University of Washington
CAROLYN JOHNSON, Harvard University
OLA OZERNOV-PALCHIK, Tufts University
2016 Science of Learning Symposium winners
SAMANTHA DEPASQUE UCLA
ALYSSA KERSEY University of Rochester
WOUTER VAN DEN BOS Max Planck Institute for Human Development