Friday, June 6, 2014
2014 Young Investigator nominees are now free to view on Bioanalysis Zone! This year there were 15 young scientists nominated for the award, the profiles feature an interview with each nominee, including highlights of their bioanalytical career so far and challenges faced along the way.
The editorial panel will narrow the field to five finalists before the online vote to the bioanalytical community is opened and the winner is presented with the award at the EBF Symposium in November. Voting will open on Bioanalysis Zone in August so keep an eye open for that!
The winner will receive a $1000 prize, a subscription to Bioanalysis, and the opportunity to share their research at the EBF Open Symposium in Barcelona. EBF Committee member Peter Van Amsterdam commented,
“The EBF is committed to help talented young scientists develop and to provide an opportunity for them to actively participate in and contribute to international bioanalytical discussion. In line with this commitment, the EBF has again reserved time to celebrate the winner of the 2014 Bioanalysis Young Investigator Award at the upcoming 7th EBF Open Symposium (Barcelona, 19–21 November 2014)!”