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Richard J. Bing Award for Young Investigators (early career investigators)

The purpose of the Richard J. Bing Award for Young Investigators is to recognize outstanding endeavors by new investigators and to encourage continued biomedical research careers broadly related to cardiovascular biology. The Award is bestowed triennially during the ISHR World Congress. Four finalists are selected by a Committee of the ISHR for presentation of their work at the World Congress. The winner will receive a plaque and a cash award of US $1,500. The three runner-ups will receive a plaque and a cash award of $1,000. For additional information, please click here.

Past Richard Bing Young Investigator Award winners


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Outstanding Investigator Award (Asst/Assoc Prof)


The purpose of this Award is to recognize an outstanding scientist who is making major and independent contributions to the advancement of cardiovascular science, and leading a growing research program likely to play a significant role in the future. The main criteria for selecting awardees are scientific excellence, independence, and potential for future research contributions. Thus, the Outstanding Investigator Award targets investigators in the intermediate phase of an established academic career (at least Assistant or Associate Professor; normally <45 years of age). The Outstanding Investigator Award is presented at the triennial ISHR World Congress or, in non-Congress years, at the annual meeting of one of 6 ISHR Sections on a rotating basis. The awardee will present a major lecture, and will receive a $1,500 honorarium and a plaque.  For additional information, please click here.

Past Outstanding Investigator Award winners


Research Achievement Award (Full Prof) 

The Research Achievement Award recognizes an internationally prominent investigator with a sustained and distinguished record of major scientific achievements in the field of cardiovascular research. Awardees will have already had, and are expected to continue to have, a major impact on our understanding and/or treatment of cardiovascular disease. Thus, the Research Achievement Award targets investigators at an advanced stage of an established academic career (full Professor or the equivalent; normally 45-60 years of age).  The Research Achievement Award is presented at the triennial ISHR World Congress or, in non-Congress years, at the annual meeting of one of 6 ISHR Sections on a rotating basis.  The awardee will present a major lecture, and will receive a $1,500 honorarium and a plaque.  For additional information, please click here.

Past Research Achievement Award winners


Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award (Full Prof or Emeritus)
 

The Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award recognizes a senior investigator with lifetime contributions of major discoveries in cardiovascular science. Thus, the Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award targets investigators who have made sustained contributions during a prolonged academic career as an internationally leading investigator (full or emeritus Professor or the equivalent; normally >60 years of age).  The Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award is presented at the triennial ISHR World Congress or, in non-Congress years, at the annual meeting of one of 6 ISHR Sections on a rotating basis. The awardee will present a major lecture, and will receive a $1,500 honorarium and a plaque. For additional information, please click here.

Past Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award winners


Keith Reimer Distinguished Lecture


This lecture will be held at each World Congess of the ISHR and, in non-Congress years, at the annual meeting of one of 6 ISHR Sections on a rotating basis (2014-2016 schedule). The lecture is intended to be a high profile event and will be scheduled as a keynote plenary lecture. The International Council will select the speaker. The topic of the lecture will be in the field of ischemia, coronary hemodynamics, vascular biology, cardiac metabolism, or contractile mechanisms but the content should be chosen to be of broad interest to the cardiovascular community. The speaker will be reimbursed for travel expenses, and will receive a plaque and a $1,000 honorarium. For additional information, please click here .

Past Keith Reimer Distinguished Lecture Award winners



Janice Pfeffer Distinguished Lecture


This lecture will be held at each World Congess of the ISHR and, in non-Congress years, at the annual meeting of one of 6 ISHR Sections on a rotating basis (2014-2016 schedule). The lecture is intended to be a high profile event and will be scheduled as a keynote plenary lecture. The International Council will select the speaker. The topic of the lecture will be in the field of cardiac remodeling, heart failure and/or hypertrophy but the content should be chosen to be of broad interest to the cardiovascular community. The speaker will be reimbursed for travel expenses, and will receive a plaque and a $1,000 honorarium. For additional information, please click here.

Past Janice Pfeffer Distinguished Lecture Award winners


The President's Distinguished Lecture Award


This lecture will be held at each World Congess of the ISHR and, in non-Congress years, at the annual meeting of one of 6 ISHR Sections on a rotating basis (2014-2016 schedule). The lecture is intended to be a high profile event and will be scheduled as a keynote plenary lecture. The International Council will select the speaker. The topic of the lecture will be in the field of molecular or cellular biology, genetics, genomics or proteomics, with a content that is of broad interest to the cardiovascular community. The speaker will be reimbursed for travel expenses, and will receive a plaque and $1,000 honorarium. For additional information, please click here.

Past President’s Distinguished Lecture Award winners


The ISHR Distinguished Leader Award (illustrious service to the ISHR)


The Distinguished Leader Award is a prestigious award that is conferred annually to an individual who has made sustained outstanding contributions to accomplishing the mission and advancing the objectives of the ISHR. Candidates will be nominated by each Section President and the President of the International ISHR, and the winner will be selected by the International Council. In non-Congress years, the award will be presented at the meeting of the Section to which the recipient belongs. The winner will be reimbursed for travel expenses, and will receive a plaque and $1,000 monetary prize. For additional information, please click here.

Past Distinguished Leader Award winners

Honorary Membership in the ISHR

Honorary Membership reflects service to the ISHR and is bestowed to outstanding individuals in recognition of exceptional merit and contributions to the Society. It gives free membership in any Section of the ISHR.

Honorary Members of the ISHR

 

 

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