One of the newest awards offered by the American Physiological Society is the Beverly Peterson Bishop Award for Excellence in Neuroscience. The award recognizes a Society member who holds an academic rank no higher than assistant professor and who has demonstrated outstanding promise based on his/her research program in neuroscience.
The recipient will receive a $20,000 award designated for use in his/her research program and complimentary registration for the Experimental Biology Meeting. In addition, recipients will have the opportunity to propose a Call for Manuscripts for the
Journal of Neurophysiology.
Both of the inaugural recipients of the Beverly Peterson Bishop Award,
Stephen Van Hooser
, proposed Calls for Manuscripts related to their research that will be announced in January 2016.