Barry Jacobs Memorial Award for Research in the Psychophysics of Human Taste and Smell

The Barry Jacobs Memorial Award for Research in the Psychophysics of Human Taste and Smell (formerly the Mind Genomics Associates Award and Moskowitz Jacobs Inc. Award for Research Excellence in the Psychophysics of Taste and Smell), made possible by the generous support of Dr. Howard Moskowitz, is awarded annually to an outstanding junior scientist in the field of psychophysics of human taste or olfaction. The research record should provide evidence of excellence and the promise to emerge as a leader in the field. The award is $2,000 and is given during the Welcome/Awards Ceremony on opening night of the Annual Meeting.

HOW TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE
All nominations should be submitted using the
Online Award Nomination Form. For Award Re-Nomination Guidelines, click hereNominations may be made by AChemS members only.

ELIGIBILITY
Nominees should be an AChemS member in good standing and have received their doctoral degrees 15 or fewer years prior to the year of the granting of the award.

Documentation for the nomination should include:
1) A letter of support outlining the important contributions of the nominee.
2) Additional information on the nominee including the current position and title, address, telephone, e-mail address, year of receipt of the PhD and a list of publications (alternately include a full CV).
3) Up to five other supplemental letters of support.
4) Although reprints of the candidate's work are welcome, no more than three should be submitted, and these should be as pdfs or URL links, if possible.
 

Visit the Past Awardees & Lecturers page to view winners of the Barry Jacobs Memorial Award for Research in the Psychophysics of Human Taste and Smell.