The Brain Prize recognizes highly original and influential advances in research on the nervous system, covering all aspects from fundamental studies to research related to understanding and treatment of diseases of the brain and other parts of the nervous system.
The Prize may be awarded to one or more scientists, who have distinguished themselves through publication of outstanding results in the field of brain research.
Nominees can be of any nationality and working in any part of the world.
This Prize is intended to raise the visibility of neuroscience and to be a stimulus to this important field of research. The Selection Committee seeks your help in securing nominations of the highest quality. Please consider nominating one or more individuals, and feel free to encourage others, anywhere in the world, who might be prepared to nominate.
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under active consideration by the Selection Committee will be retained for a further 2 years, unless specifically withdrawn by the nominator.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 deadline for nominations is usually 1 September for the awarding of the Prize in the following year. The deadline will be announced on this website, on Twitter @brain_prize and in leading scientific journals.
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. If several researchers have contributed significantly to the achievement, more than one individual may be nominated. The Lundbeck Foundation encourages diversity in nominees.
Self-nomination is not accepted.
Only nominated candidates will be considered.
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