The EBF is committed to foster talent and to provide young scientist an opportunity to actively participate in and contribute to the international bioanalytical discussions. In line with this commitment, the EBF will organize a Young Scientists Symposium on 18 November and has 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). The winner will present his/her work during an oral session in the main auditorium on the third day. For those who remember the inspiring presentations from the previous winners, you won’t want to miss this.
Voting for the Bioanalysis Young Investigator Award 2014 has officially opened! Visit the Zone to vote in our simple online poll to help determine the winner of this year’s award. Senior Editors of Bioanalysis have narrowed the field down to the five most exceptional candidates, listed below:
Burton (Missouri University of Science & Technology, MO, USA) Cristina
Guallar-Hoyas (Imperial College, London, UK)
Follow the links above to view the finalist profiles, each
finalist has also submitted a 5-min presentation on their work to help you make
(James) Li (University of Texas at El Paso, TX, USA)
Nemes (Department of Chemistry, The George Washington University, DC, USA)
Shuhendler (Radiology, Stanford University, CA, USA)
Voting will close on the 31st August, so vote now and have your say!