are given to the Best Student Platform Presentation and Best Student Poster
Presentation in Toxicogenomics at SETAC North America Annual Meetings. In order
to qualify for consideration, the senior author must be a SETAC member and be a
student or recent graduate reporting on research conducted as a student, but
not postdoctoral research.
will be evaluated independently by the selected evaluators using a standardized
score sheet. Candidates will also be ranked. The awards will be based
upon the numerical results of the reviews.
presentations will be judged based upon the presentation material and the
candidates' response to questions during the presentation time only in a manner
commensurate with the general conference's Best Student evaluations.
Similarly, for poster presentations, only the poster itself and conversation
with the author during his/her time at the poster will be used in the judging
process. In this award sub-category, there will be one primary winner in
each of the platform and poster presentation categories.
a result of the sponsorship of this award, funds are available for cash awards
as well as plaques for the award winners.Each first-place awardee will
also receive a year's subscription to the Elsevier publication Comparative
Biochemistry and Physiology for the first place award recipients. The
amount of funding is at the discretion of the SETAC North America Executive
Director and the Awards Committee, based upon the available funds.
University of Ottawa, Platform
University of California, Berkeley, Poster
Jill Franzosa, Platform
Boris Jovanovic, Poster
Lindsey Fix, Platform
Emily Rogers, Platform
Abstract Transmittal Form for each annual meeting provides directions for the
author to indicate his/her desire to participate in this competition.
SETAC Office, Pensacola, FL will notify recipients of these awards after the
SETAC North America Annual Meeting. For additional information, you may contact
SETAC at firstname.lastname@example.org.