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Nominate your colleagues for an ASHI Award!

Tuesday, March 12, 2019   (0 Comments)
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Are you an HLA technologist who has worked in the field for less than three years and desires to pursue a career in HLA? If so, then you should submit an essay for a chance to win the 2019 J. Marilyn MacQueen Rising Star Award! This award recognizes an outstanding HLA technologist who has worked in the field for less than three years and desires to pursue a career in HLA. The requirement for this award is a short essay (less than four pages) describing your current work in HLA and why you're interested in pursuing a career in the field. This essay must be written by the nominee and validated by the nominee's direct supervisor. 

 
The ASHI Distinguished Service Award was established in 1999 to honor colleagues who have contributed significantly to ASHI's heritage. This award recognizes:

* ASHI membership past or present, doctoral or non-doctoral
* Creativity in moving ASHI in new directions, both scientifically and as an organization
* Service to ASHI
* Educational contribution on behalf of ASHI

Click here to read the nomination requirements. 

The ASHI Bernard Amos Distinguished Scientist Award was established in 2001 to honor a distinguished scientist who is an ASHI member. This individual must have contributed significantly to the field of immunogenetics and/or transplant immunology. This award recognizes:

* ASHI membership past or present
* Professional scientific accomplishments: theoretical and technical creativity
* Special contributions and achievements in their field of expertise
* Other extraordinary contributions

Click here to read the nomination requirements. 

Submit your nominations now! 

THE NOMINATIONS DEADLINE FOR ALL AWARDS IS MAY 15, 2019.
 
Send nominations and supporting information to Katherine GiovetsisTo view former award winners, please click here. 

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