ASM Awards

  Press Release Announcing 2018 Award Laureates

 2018 Award Laureates Honored at ASM Microbe 2018:

  

 

 

 

 

 

2019 ASM Awards:  Now Accepting Nominations

Deadline for Nominations:  July 16, 2018

 

(nominations are now closed for the 2019 Awards program)

 

Nomination Procedures:

  • Click on award name to view nominating instructions and deadlines for each award. 
  • Questions?  Contact awards@asmusa.org

 

The 2019 ASM Awards are supported in part by the ASM Corporate Council.


 

ASM Awards: 

 

ASM Alice C. Evans Award for Advancement of Women

Recognizes outstanding contributions toward the full participation and advancement of women in the microbial sciences. This award is given in memory of Alice C. Evans, the first woman to be elected ASM President (elected in 1928). 

 

ASM Award for Applied and Biotechnological Research 

Recognizes an outstanding scientist with distinguished research achievements in the development of products, processes and technologies that have advanced the microbial sciences.

 

ASM Award for Basic Research 

Recognizes an outstanding scientist whose discoveries have been fundamental to advancing our understanding of the microbial world. 

 

ASM Award for Early Career Applied and Biotechnological Research

Recognizes an early career investigator with distinguished research achievements in the development of products, processes and technologies that have advanced the microbial sciences.

 

ASM Award for Early Career Basic Research

Recognizes an early career investigator with distinguished basic research achievements in the microbial sciences. 

 

ASM Award for Early Career Environmental Research

Recognizes an early career investigator with distinguished research achievements that have improved our understanding of microbes in the environment, including aquatic, terrestrial and atmospheric settings.

 

ASM Award for Education
Recognizes general excellence in microbiology education. Education is broadly defined and meant to include any and all activities that inform and motivate students about the discipline of Microbiology.  

 

ASM Award for Environmental Research 

Recognizes an outstanding scientist with distinguished research achievements that have improved our understanding of microbes in the environment, including aquatic, terrestrial and atmospheric settings.

 

ASM Award for Research and Leadership in Clinical Microbiology

Recognizes an outstanding scientist/clinical microbiologist with distinguished research achievements, and a record of innovation and advancement of the Clinical Microbiology profession.  This award represents the merging of the BD Research and Sonnenwirth Awards given annually since 1978 and 1986, respectively. 

 

ASM Award for Service

Recognizes outstanding contributions through service to the microbiological community.

 

ASM Carski Award 

Recognizes an educator for outstanding teaching of microbiology to undergraduate students and for encouraging them to subsequent achievement.

 

ASM D.C. White Award 

Recognizes distinguished accomplishments in interdisciplinary research and mentoring in microbiology. This award honors D.C. White, who was known for his interdisciplinary scientific approach and for being a dedicated and inspiring mentor.

 

ASM Lifetime Achievement Award

ASM's premier award for sustained contributions to the microbiological sciences. 

 

ASM Moselio Schaechter Award in Recognition of a Developing–Country Microbiologist

This award, named in honor of Professor Moselio Schaechter, former ASM President, recognizes a scientist who has shown exemplary leadership and commitment towards the substantial furthering of the profession of microbiology in research, education or technology in the developing world.

 

ASM Scherago-Rubin Award for Clinical Microbiology 

Recognizes an outstanding bench-level clinical microbiologist involved in routine diagnostic work that has distinguished her- or himself by excellent performance.  The award was established by the late Sally Jo Rubin, an active member of ASM's Clinical Microbiology Division, in honor of her grandfather, Professor Morris Scherago. 

 

ASM William A. Hinton Award for Advancement of a Diverse Community of Microbiologists
Recognizes outstanding contributions toward fostering the research training of minorities and in increasing diversity in microbiology. It is given in memory of William A. Hinton, a physician-research scientist, and one of the first African-Americans to join the ASM.

  

The 2019 ASM Awards are supported in part by the ASM Corporate Council.


 Questions?  Contact awards@asmusa.org

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