INS 2014 Mid-Year Meeting
Photograph courtesy of Noam Chen, www.goisrael.com
INS is pleased to announce the following awards, which will be given at the 2014 Mid-Year Meeting in Jerusalem. The INS congratulates the award winners for their excellence! Please note that all of the award-winning abstracts will be published online following the conclusion of the meeting in a supplement to JINS, Volume 20.
INS Major Awards
The INS Distinguished Career Award: Dan Hoofien
The Paul Satz-INS Career Mentoring Award: Gina Geffen
Jerusalem Program Awards
Program awards are selected by the Program Committee to recognize the most outstanding scientific contributions at the Annual and Mid-Year Meetings. These include the Nelson Butters Award for outstanding submission by a postdoctoral fellow, the Phillip M. Rennick Award for outstanding submission by a graduate student, the Laird S. Cermak Award for the best submission in the field of memory or memory disorders, and the new Marit Korkman Award for outstanding pediatric neuropsychology submission at Mid-Year by a student. The INS SLC also recognizes five students for their outstanding submissions through the SLC Student Research Awards.
The Marit Korkman Award: Sarit Rotem
The Nelson Butters Award: Sarah Rajtmajer
The Laird S. Cermak Award: Yoni Pertzov
The Phillip M. Rennick Award: Dror Dotan
Student Liaison Committee (SLC) Student Research Awards:
Irene Huenges Wajer