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Assembly on Respiratory Structure and Function Solbert Permutt Trailblazer Award in Pulmonary Physiology and Medicine

The award will honor an established investigator who has done pioneering research in the area of respiratory structure and function and has guided and inspired others in the field. Innovative basic scientists, clinical investigators, and outstanding teachers/mentors will be recognized.

Criteria:

  • An Associate Professor or Professor with recognized and distinguished achievement as a basic scientist, clinical investigator, translational scientist or clinician educator in the field of pulmonary physiology or pulmonary medicine.
  • This award will be given to an RSF Assembly member but suitable candidates from other ATS Assemblies will be considered.
  • Work by the successful candidate must be considered pioneering with significant impact on advancing understanding of pulmonary physiology or pulmonary medicine.
  • Recognition of mentorship is a key component of this award; the successful candidate must be considered an inspirational mentor/teacher.

To Apply:

  • Send the nominee’s current curriculum vitae including a list of the nominee’s publications and a list of the trainees mentored.
  • Nominator’s letter should clearly address the importance and impact of the candidate’s accomplishments in the fields of pulmonary physiology or pulmonary medicine and should emphasize how the candidate has inspired and mentored others.
  • Support letters, particularly from the candidate’s mentees, are welcomed.
   
Last Reviewed: January 2019