[Brain Sciences] 2022 Young Investigator Award


Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that Brain Sciences is now inviting nominations for the Brain Sciences 2022 Young Investigator Award. This prize will be given to three young investigators in recognition of their excellence in the field of neuroscience. All nominations will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee led by the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. Stephen D. Meriney.                                                                                               

The prize:

− 1500 CHF (Swiss Francs);

− Option to publish one paper free of charge in Brain Sciences after peer review before the end of 30 September 2022;

− An engraved plaque.

Eligibility and Requirements:

− Must have a PhD degree;

− Must be under 35 years of age by 31 January 2022;

− Must have produced ground-breaking research and made a significant contribution to the advancement of neuroscience;

− Candidates must be nominated by senior scientists.

List of Documents for Nomination

–Detailed Curriculum Vitae, including an updated publication list and a list of the researcher’s own research grants;

− Birth certificate or other proof of age;

− Scanned copy of doctorate certificate;

− Signed nomination letters from two established senior scientists.


Open for nominations: 1 September 2021
Nomination deadline: 31 January 2022
Winners announcement: 31 March 2022

Please feel free to contact us at brainsci@mdpi.com with any questions.

Kind regards,

Brain Sciences Editorial Office


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