SLTBR encourages young researchers to apply for the J. Christian Gillin Young Investigator Award.
The winner will present her/his work at the annual meeting in New York. Deadline for submission is April 29, 2016
Deadline: Extended to April 29, 2016
The J. Christian Gillin Young Investigator Award (YIA) is given annually for already published or preliminary results in the field of basic or clinical research on light therapy, light applications and biological rhythms.
The award aims to foster and stimulate international exchange and new approaches in clinical aspects of biological rhythms and light therapy by young investigators.
The applicant submits either a published manuscript or unpublished, preliminary data (for exact guidelines and deadlines please see below). All applications will be reviewed by a scientific committee, which consists of current SLTBR members. The candidate for the YIA will be selected among those applications. If there are less than three applications, the procedure will be postponed to the next year. The award ceremony will be held at the annual SLTBR meeting. The awarded trainee has to present his or her work at the SLTBR award ceremony. He or she receives 500 USD and the registration costs for the meeting will be reimbursed
– Title page, abstract, introduction, methods, preliminary results, discussion, references. Max length: 5-10 single spaced pages (Font 11-12), including figures and references.