The Australian and New Zealand Society for Magnetic Resonance (ANZMAG) is now accepting applications for the 2019 ANZMAG medal and the 2019 Sir Paul Callaghan Medal (for Young Investigators).
Closing date: 5 pm, Friday July 19, 2019.
The ANZMAG Medal recognises outstanding contributions to magnetic resonance. It is open to all Society members that meet the eligibility criteria. While research contributions are of primary importance, other contributions, including to magnetic resonance teaching or service to the discipline will also be considered. The research or other contribution should have been made principally in Australia or New Zealand. There is no age limit on applicants for this award.
The Sir Paul Callaghan Medal recognises outstanding achievements in magnetic resonance research by younger members of the Society. It is available to Society members who have been awarded a PhD no more than 15 years prior to the closing date for nominations in each round, except in the case of significant interruptions to their research career. Awardees will be presented with a medal and a cheque for $750 at the 12th ANZMAG conference to be held from November 25–28, 2019 at Pullman Bunker Bay Resort, Western Australia (http://anzmag2019.com) and they will present a medal lecture at that conference.
Medal winners will be chosen by an Awards Committee that consists of six ANZMAG directors, recent ex-directors, or former ANMZAG medal awardees.
Details of the application procedure and a copy of this announcement are attached as a pdf. A list of previous winners can be seen at http://www.anzmag.com.au/about.php
Please contact the ANZMAG Secretary, A/Prof. Oliver Jones (email@example.com), if you require further information.