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Awards & competitions

HUPO Awards

The Human Proteome Organization presents HUPO awards annually at the World Congress. These awards recognize the outstanding efforts and achievements of individuals (or groups) in the field of proteomics. HUPO gratefully acknowledges the support of Journal of Proteome Research-ACS Publications, Clinical Proteomics-BioMed Central/SpringerNature and the Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) as sponsors of the annual HUPO awards. 

The 2022 Call for Award Nominations is now closed. 

Early Career Researcher (ECR) Manuscript Competition

Supported by Expert Review in Proteomics, Taylor & Francis

The ECR Manuscript Competition is a unique opportunity for early career researchers to gain visibility in the proteomics community. It serves as a platform to highlight the important contributions that postdoctoral fellows, young clinicians and junior faculty members make to the proteomics. 

The 2022 ECR Manuscript Competition will take place at HUPO 2022 in Cancun.

Graduate Student Poster Competition

Supported by Molecular Omics

The HUPO Early Career Researcher (ECR) Initiative invites all graduate students (Master’s and PhD) and postdocs to participate in the poster competition at HUPO 2022, taking place December 4-8, 2022, in Cancun, Mexico, to win awards and cash prizes. To participate, graduate students and postdocs only need to indicate during the abstract submission whether they would like to participate in the competition.

More details found here. 

3-Minute Thesis Competition at HUPO Annual Congress

The HUPO Early Career Researcher (ECR) Initiative in collaboration with the Human Proteome Project is organizing a 3-minute thesis competition. 12 candidates will be pre-selected for the final competition, to be held in a parallel session at HUPO 2022 in Cancun (Mexico) on December 4-8, 2022, and you are invited to participate. Join the adventure and win the prize!

HPP Clinical Scientist Travel Grants

Each year the The Human Proteome Project (HPP) reaches out to clinical scientists or clinicians who are using, or consider using, proteomics for their research projects. In 2019 the HPP supported five (5) clinical scientists with a USD $1000 travel grant plus complimentary congress registration to attend the HUPO World Congress in Adelaide, Australia.

We're hoping to continue these travel grants for HUPO 2022 in Cancun. 

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