How to Nominate

Anyone can nominate and nominations are submitted online via the Lundbeck Foundation’s application and nomination system. A nomination must include the nominee’s full name and field of research as well as the justification for the nomination based on a selected list of the nominee’s publications.

Self-nomination is not accepted.

Only nominated candidates will be considered. Nominations under active consideration by the Selection Committee will be retained for a further 2 years, unless specifically withdrawn by the nominator. Renomination of previous nominees is possible and encouraged.

The Prize will recognize a highly original and influential advance in brain research. If several researchers have contributed significantly to this achievement, more than one individual may be nominated.

VIEW AND COMPLETE THE NOMINATION FORM FOR THE BRAIN PRIZE 2019

Please follow all instructions, otherwise the nomination will be deemed incomplete and invalid:

  • All nominations must be submitted electronically and in English
    • Please provide all information requested on the form:
  • Name, title, degree, affiliation, e-mail address, age and gender of nominee
  • The achievement for which this nomination is made (max 1500 characters)
  • The specific contribution of this nominee to the achievement (max 5000 characters)
  • Key publications (maximum ten)
  • No. of citations and h-index (optional)

Please note that duplicate nominations are not encouraged. If several virtually identical nominations are received only the first will be taken into consideration!

Enquiries about the nomination procedure should be directed to:

Lundbeck Foundation
Scherfigsvej 7
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Denmark
Telephone: +4539128000
e-mail: thebrainprize@lundbeckfonden.com

The Brain Prize