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Early Career Lectureship

Established in 2019 and sponsored by the American Peptide Society, the Early Career Lectureship recognizes outstanding early career investigators who have demonstrated innovative research in peptide science. Two recipients will be chosen biennially and each will deliver a talk at the Symposium in a session appropriate to their work. The APS will support the registration, lodging at the conference hotel and up to $1000 in travel expenses of the awardees.

The APS Early Career Lectureship Recipients

2024 Elizabeth 'Betsy' Parkinson Purdue University
2023 Lara Malins Australian National University
2022 Danny Chou Stanford University
2021 Caroline Proulx North Carolina State University
2020 Yftah Tal-Gan University of Nevada, Reno
2019 Monika Raj Auburn University
2019 Jevgenij Raskatov University of California at Santa Cruz

Award Sponsor

To be eligible, a nominee with a tenure-track appointment should be at Assistant Professor rank, or equivalent, as of the award nomination due date. All other nominees should have no more than 12 years post-Ph.D. research experience as of the nomination due date. Exceptions to these eligibility requirements may be made for candidates with extenuating circumstances upon approval of the Committee Chair.

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