This award recognizes an AAPM member for an eminent career in medical physics. It is the highest award given by the AAPM.  No more than one award will be given in any year and the award does not have to be awarded every year.  The award may be given posthumously up to 24 months following the death of the recipient.

Nomination Criteria:

The nomination requires the submission of the following:

1) a nomination letter - this should be submitted the nominator.

2) up to four additional supporting letters -  the name and email addresses of those that will be asked to support this nomination.  This information should be added by the nominator.

3) submission of a Curriculum Vitae of the nominee - this will need to be uploaded by the nominee.

Not required, but may be included:

Endorsement signatures - if the nominator chooses to request that individuals endorse a supporting letter,  the name and email addresses of those individuals, that won't submit a letter but rather indicate their support for an existing letter, can be entered into the system.

Once the names and email addresses of those individuals that will either upload a letter of support of this nomination or endorse a letter submitted are entered, the nomination system will generate an email to them outlining the process. We recommend that you follow-up with each individual to be sure that they received the email and are aware of the September 15 deadline. PLEASE NOTE: the first 4 names and email addresses that you enter into the system will be asked to write/upload a letter. Any names and email addresses entered after the first 4 will only be asked to endorse an existing letter.

Deadline

  • All nominations must be received by September 15, 2016.

Applicants will be notified of decisions by May 1, 2017. Recipients will be honored at the AAPM Awards and Honors Ceremony and Reception during the 59th Annual Meeting in Denver, CO in the year 2017.

The AAPM encourages nominations for a specific award but the society may recommend a different award if it is appropriate.

This award recognizes AAPM members whose careers have been notable based on their outstanding achievements. No more than two awards will be given in any year and the award does not have to be awarded every year.  The award may be given posthumously up to 24 months following the death of the recipient.

Nomination Criteria:

The nomination requires the submission of the following:

1) a nomination letter - this should be submitted the nominator.

2) up to four additional supporting letters -  the name and email addresses of those that will be asked to support this nomination.  This information should be added by the nominator.

3) submission of a Curriculum Vitae of the nominee - this will need to be uploaded by the nominee.

Not required, but may be included:

Endorsement signatures - if the nominator chooses to request that individuals endorse a supporting letter,  the name and email addresses of those individuals, that won't submit a letter but rather indicate their support for an existing letter, can be entered into the system.

Once the names and email addresses of those individuals that will either upload a letter of support of this nomination or endorse a letter submitted are entered, the nomination system will generate an email to them outlining the process. We recommend that you follow-up with each individual to be sure that they received the email and are aware of the September 15 deadline. PLEASE NOTE: the first 4 names and email addresses that you enter into the system will be asked to write/upload a letter. Any names and email addresses entered after the first 4 will only be asked to endorse an existing letter.

Deadline

  • All nominations must be received by September 15, 2016.

Applicants will be notified of decisions by May 1, 2017. Recipients will be honored at the AAPM Awards and Honors Ceremony and Reception during the 59th Annual Meeting in Denver, CO in the year 2017.

This award recognizes an AAPM member for an eminent career in medical physics with an emphasis on clinical medical physics. No more than two awards will be given in any year and the award does not have to be awarded every year. The award may be given posthumously up to 24 months following the death of the recipient.

Nomination Criteria:

The nomination requires the submission of the following:

1) a nomination letter - this should be submitted the nominator.

2) up to four additional supporting letters -  the name and email addresses of those that will be asked to support this nomination.  This information should be added by the nominator.

3) submission of a Curriculum Vitae of the nominee - this will need to be uploaded by the nominee.

Not required, but may be included:

Endorsement signatures - if the nominator chooses to request that individuals endorse a supporting letter,  the name and email addresses of those individuals, that won't submit a letter but rather indicate their support for an existing letter, can be entered into the system.

Once the names and email addresses of those individuals that will either upload a letter of support of this nomination or endorse a letter submitted are entered, the nomination system will generate an email to them outlining the process. We recommend that you follow-up with each individual to be sure that they received the email and are aware of the September 15 deadline. PLEASE NOTE: the first 4 names and email addresses that you enter into the system will be asked to write/upload a letter. Any names and email addresses entered after the first 4 will only be asked to endorse an existing letter.

Deadline

  • All nominations must be received by September 15, 2016.

Applicants will be notified of decisions by May 1, 2017. Recipients will be honored at the AAPM Awards and Honors Ceremony and Reception during the 59th Annual Meeting in Denver, CO in the year 2017.

This award recognizes outstanding scientific achievement in medical physics for a young scientist member of the AAPM. The award will usually be given to a member under the age of 45 who is no more than 10 years beyond the awarding of his/her doctoral degree. No more than one award will be given in any year and the award does not have to be awarded every year. Posthumous nominations are not accepted.

Nomination Criteria:

The nomination requires the submission of the following:

1) a nomination letter - this should be submitted the nominator
2) up to four additional supporting letters -  the name and email addresses of those that will be asked to support this nomination.  This information should be added by the nominator.

Not required, but may be included:

Endorsement signatures - if the nominator chooses to request that individuals endorse a supporting letter, the nominator must enter the name and email addresses of those individuals that won't submit a letter but rather indicate their support for an existing letter.

Once the name and email addresses of those individuals that will either upload a letter of support of this nomination or endorse a letter submitted are entered, the nomination system will generate an email to them outlining the process. We recommend that you follow-up with each individual to be sure that they received the email and are aware of the September 15 deadline. PLEASE NOTE: the first 4 names and email addresses that are entered into the system will be asked to write/upload a letter. Any names and email addresses entered after the first 4 will only be asked to endorse an existing letter.

Deadline

  • All nominations must be received by September 15, 2016.

Applicants will be notified of decisions by May 1, 2017. Recipients will be honored at the AAPM Awards and Honors Ceremony and Reception during the 59th Annual Meeting in Denver, CO in the year 2017.

 

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