The Journal for Magnetic Resonance will provide three awards for graduate students or postdoctoral fellows whose unsolicited submissions are selected by the ENC Program Committee for an oral presentation. If we are able to offer these awards for 2021 they will be conferred to outstanding poster submissions as there will be no promoted orals for the ENC 2021 virtual meeting.
There is no application for a JMR Award. The winners will be selected solely on the basis of the abstract submitted for presentation at ENC. Abstracts must be submitted by the published deadline for early submission.
Awards include $500, a one-year personal online subscription to JMR, and a certificate.
Stay tuned to learn if the JMR Awards will be offered in 2021
We hope to provide this award recognition in 2021. Stay tuned!
For face-to-face ENC's only: Winners must be present at the ENC to deliver the talk. The award will be announced in the ENC printed program and be presented by the editor of JMR during the conference.
Past Recipients of the JMR Awards
2020: Angelo Gallo (University of Warwick), Shannon Helsper (Florida State University), Niels Karschin (MPI Biophysical Chemistry)
2019: Marta Bonaccorsi (CNRS-ENS Lyon), Brian Chung (UCSF), Mohaddese Mohammadi (New York University)
2018: Brice Albert (Washington University, St Louis), Yuki Toyama (University of Tokyo), Bradley Worley (Institut Pasteur)
2017: Chia-Hsie Chen (Texas A&M University), Ioana Figariu (University of Toronto), Nicola Salvi (IBS Grenoble)
2016: Thach Can (MIT); Abhinav Dubey (IISc Mathematics Initiative); David Waddington (University of Sydney)
2015: Andrew Ilott (New York University), Guillaume Mas (Structural Biology Institute, Grenoble), Guinevere Mathies (MIT)
2014: Joseph Courtney (Univ of Illinois-Urbana), Michael Loretz (ETH Zurich), Mortiz Zaiss (German Cancer Research-Heidelberg)