Nominations Due: October 29, 2021
Winner Notified: January 14, 2022

The Office of Disease Prevention (ODP) is seeking nominations for our 2022 Early-Stage Investigator Lecture. The award is made annually to early-career scientists who have made significant research contributions in disease prevention but who have not yet successfully competed for an R01 or R01-equivalent National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grant.

The award winner will be invited to give a lecture at the NIH in 2022. The awardee will also have the opportunity to meet and network with NIH program directors and scientists. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the date and in-person status of the lecture will depend on travel and meeting guidance provided by the NIH.

Nominees should have:

  • Innovative and significant research accomplishments in applied prevention research in humans, in areas that are relevant to the ODP’s mission.
  • Evidence of highly collaborative research projects, especially those that bridge disciplines to offer new approaches and ways of thinking in disease prevention research.

Please email with any questions.

Learn how to submit a nomination




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