The Abbott Award
The ISOBM Abbott Award, awarded annually to a scientist, not necessarily a Society member, who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of basic or clinical oncology, has been made possible by a generous gift from the Abbott Laboratories.
The ISOBM Award
The ISOBM Award, is awarded annually to an investigator, not necessarily a board member, who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of cancer research and the organization. The ISOBM Award will be bestowed to the awardee during the closing ceremonies, on September 6th, 2016. The award recognizes performance in the field of cancer and who has demonstrated outstanding national leadership in biomedical science. This award is unique because it recognizes an original, seminal contribution or discovery, rather than a lifetime of work. ISOBM invites the scientific community to nominate qualified scientists from all over the world. Serving as catalyst, the award urges scientists and scholars forward to further accomplishment. The evaluation of the nominees’ contributions depends heavily on the quality of information supplied. Therefore, nominations should be accurate, detailed, current, complete, and should include supporting letters reflecting the nominee’s accomplishments.
Student have to submit an abstract and have it accepted either for a talk or poster.
Student have to attend student orientation on Thursday September 1st
Student have to attend the student orientation follow-up on Saturday.
Student must attend ALL student events.
All Students must complete a vendor card.
Awards will be given out at the closing ceremony.
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Reminder: Student needs to fill the student nomination form to self -nominate themselves to chair a student session.
2:00 pm-3:00 pm Advances in student Research (Gold room)
9:00 am: 10:00 am Advances in student research (Florentine room)