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The Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award is presented to individuals to recognize novel and seminal research dealing with a specific thematic area (not a collection of disparate findings) that has made a significant impact to the sleep and circadian research field. Generally, the major contribution is presented in a single publication, although in some cases the scientific contribution is best represented in a small series of discoveries. Scientific advances recognized by this award may be basic, translational, clinical or theoretical in nature. This award honors one scientist or a team of up to three scientists most responsible for the design, conduct, and publication of the novel and seminal work.
To nominate someone, download the SRS Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award Nomination Form. Complete the form and email it to the SRS Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 1, annually.
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Chiara Cirelli, MD, PhD
2017 - Niels C. Rattenborg, PhD
2016 - Luis de Lecea, PhD
2015 - Arthur J. Spielman, PhD
2014 - David Holtzman, MD
2013 - Amita Sehgal, PhD
2012 - Joseph Takahashi, PhD
2011 - Terry B. Young, PhD
2010 - Mark Mahowald, MD; Carlos Schenck, MD
2009 - David B. Rye, MD, PhD; Juliane Winkelmann, MD
2008 - Robert Y. Moore, MD, PhD; Friedrich K. Stephen, PhD; Irving Zucker, PhD
2007 - Eve Van Cauter, PhD
2006 - Masashi Yanagisawa, MD, PhD; Emmaneul Mignot, MD, PhD