Chambers-Thermo Fisher Scientific Memorial Award

  Application Deadline: January 11, 2017

Established to honor the memory of AAI member Cynthia Chambers, Ph.D., this award is intended to advance the career of an early career scientist who attends the AAI annual meeting and presents an outstanding abstract specifically in the area of cancer biology. This award is generously supported by Thermo Fisher Scientific.

The award recipient will receive a $1,000 cash award and a certificate during the AAI Business Meeting and Awards Presentation at IMMUNOLOGY 2017™. This award may not be combined with other AAI awards or grants for IMMUNOLOGY 2017™.

To be eligible, an applicant must:

  1. be an AAI Regular member for 2017 with dues paid no later than January 11, 2017;

  2. have received a doctoral degree within the past ten (10) years (no earlier than January 1, 2007), and have included doctoral degree and year in the “Professional Degree(s), Institution & Year” section of his/her AAI member profile;

  3. hold an appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent; and

  4. have submitted a first-author abstract for presentation (oral or poster) at IMMUNOLOGY 2017TM in the topic category of Tumor Immunology.
 

Postdoctoral fellows, other trainees, and senior faculty (associate professor and above) are not eligible.

Any AAI Regular member who submits a first-author abstract to IMMUNOLOGY 2017TM in the topic category of Tumor Immunology automatically will be considered, provided that you meet all eligibility requirements above.
 
According to U.S. law, any AAI award recipient receiving monetary awards totaling $600 or more in a single year must provide AAI with a completed Form W-9 or a Form W-8BEN (as appropriate) in advance of receiving the cash award.

2017 Chambers-Thermo Fisher Scientific Award Recipient

Erica L. Stone, Ph.D.

Erica L. Stone, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Wistar Inst.

To advance the career of an early-career scientist who attends the AAI annual meeting and presents an outstanding abstract specifically in the area of cancer biology

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