For Young Investigators
USD $4,000.00 cash prize plus subscription to Molecular Psychiatry
WHAT: Original research articles with data not previously published, formatted in the style (A or B) of Molecular Psychiatry. The winner will receive a cash prize and have her/his article published in Molecular Psychiatry.
WHO: Submissions will be accepted from first authors throughout the world who are age 42 or younger on 12/31/02.
WHEN: Deadline of receipt in our office is October 1, 2002.
WHERE: Interested authors should submit 12 sets of publication-quality papers and figures to:
Julio Licinio, M.D.
Editor, Molecular Psychiatry
c/o Frank Sissingh,
Lilly-Molecular Psychiatry Award
3357A Gonda Center
695 Charles Young, Dr., So.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1761, USA
phone: +1 310-206-6739
For detailed instructions for authors, please visit:
* All papers will be anonymously evaluated by an editorial committee.
* Authors should list all of their personal information on page one of their papers and leave page two blank for anonymized coding. Page one will be removed to ensure anonymity.
* Do not include identifying information on headers and footers.
* Do not include acknowledgments (they can be added in the proof stage).
* If two individuals contributed equally as first authors, that should be marked in the submission and the prize will be divided evenly.
* No more than two individuals can share an award. If an award is shared, both individuals must meet the age requirement.
* Paper can have additional co-authors, but all co-authors must sign a cover letter indicating that they agree to have the work submitted to the Lilly-Molecular Psychiatry Award and that they agree that should the paper be the winner, the entire prize will go to the first author(s).
* There is no age requirement for co-authors who are not first authors, and would not receive the award.
Nature Publishing Group
Journal e-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
http://www.nature.com/mp (Molecular Psychiatry Online)
Message posted by: Frank S. Zollmann
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