UCSF FRESNO RESEARCH AWARDS

 

Resident and Fellow Research Awards

THE TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL BORBA HOUSESTAFF RESEARCH AWARDS will be presented at the UCSF Graduation on Thursday, June 12, 2014.  All Residents and Fellows are encouraged to submit their original research for consideration.
The purpose of the awards is to stimulate creative research by recognizing a resident and a fellow whose research is judged by a review committee to be the most significant and meritorious during the academic year.  Separate awards will be given for Residents and Fellows.


The research may be in any field of biomedical or behavioral sciences, either clinical or non-clinical, must be original work designed and conducted by the Resident or Fellow, and must be conducted during the training years at UCSF Fresno.


Previous award winners are not eligible to apply.  


Only one submission per person will be accepted.


If you are not the first author, you must explain your role on the project.


The Scholarly Activities Committee of the GMEC, which consists of faculty members and scientists in the Fresno medical and scientific community, will judge the submissions.


Submissions must be uploaded by midnight on May 20, 2014 to the appropriate link for Residents or Fellows as indicated below.  No paper submissions will be accepted.

 

 

RESIDENT INSTRUCTIONS


Residents must submit an abstract up to 500 words and a CV of 5 pages or less, both in PDF format.   The abstract should be suitable for submission to a regional or higher level meeting.


Residents:  Click here to apply


FELLOW INSTRUCTIONS


Fellows must submit a manuscript suitable for publication and a CV of 5 pages or less, both in PDF format. 


Fellows:  Click here to apply

        

 

FACULTY RESEARCH AWARDS

 

We are pleased to announce THE TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL FACULTY RESEARCH AWARD.  The purpose of this award is to stimulate creative research by recognizing the faculty member whose research is judged by a review committee to be the most significant and meritorious during the academic year.  The award, which carries a $1,000 allowance for conference travel, research material, or classes, will be presented at the UCSF Fresno Housestaff Graduation on Thursday, June 12, 2014.


All faculty members (part-time or full-time) at UCSF Fresno are eligible for this award.  The research may be in any field of biomedical or behavioral sciences, either clinical or non-clinical.  It must be original work in which the faculty member serves as principal investigator while a member of the UCSF Fresno faculty.  The basis of the award will be a body of scholarly work during the tenure of the faculty member at UCSF Fresno.  Please submit a list of scholarly activities summarized in a CV in UCSF format as used in the Advance system and an example of this work submitted as a scientific paper in draft form, suitable for submission to a peer reviewed journal.  Acceptance for publication is not a requirement. Abstracts and chapters should be notated in your CV. 


Previous recipients of this award are not eligible.  


Only one submission per person will be accepted. 


If you are not the first author, you must explain your role on the project.


The Scholarly Activities Committee of the GMEC, which consists of faculty members and scientists in the Fresno medical and scientific community, will judge the submissions.


The paper and a CV in UCSF format MUST BE submitted in PDF format before midnight on May 20, 2014.  No paper submissions will be accepted.  Use the link below for submission:


Click here to apply