New for 2023! The Bristol Myers Squibb Award in Enzyme Chemistry aims to recognize a prominent scientist whose research accomplishments in biochemistry or chemical biology are unusually significant and far-reaching. We are seeking nominations from individuals whose discoveries are, or will be, translational in nature, impacting the biotechnology industry and over the longer term, human health. There are no age or career stage criteria associated with this award. Nominations are encouraged for individuals in industry, academia, or any other career track involving independent research.
The winner of the BMS Award in Enzyme Chemistry will be given a $5000 honorarium, will present an award lecture at the Fall 2023 ACS meeting in San Francisco, and will organize a symposium (four speakers total) focused on the research interests of the awardee. Submission of Nominations for the BMS Award in Enzyme Chemistry: To apply, submit the candidate’s curriculum vitae including a list of publications and a nomination letter outlining their specific achievements. Additional letters of support (up to three) for the candidate are desirable, though not required. Please submit the BMS award application materials as a single PDF on or before the deadline of 15 April 2023 to our division secretary:
All materials should be sent via email to:
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