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Biomaterials Outstanding Paper Award: Call for Nominations
Nomination Deadline: 20 June 2017
Last year in May at the World Biomaterials Congress 2016 the editors of Biomaterials had the pleasure to present the very first 2015 Biomaterials Outstanding Paper Awards to three winning articles authored by Alberto Purwada (Cornell,USA), Chieh-Cheng Huang and Hao-Ji Wei (co-first authors, National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan) and Bernhard Jank (Massachusetts General Hospital/HMS, USA).. These awards recognized researchers who have made outstanding contributions to the field of biomaterials with their publication in Biomaterials during the calendar year 2015.
On behalf of the journal Editor-in-Chief Prof. Kam Leong and his editorial team, we are now calling for nominations to the 2016 Biomaterials Outstanding Paper Award. Nominations from leaders in the field as well as self-nominations are welcome. The article should have a publication date of 2016 with Biomaterials. Please submit the . The nominator or corresponding author is asked to describe the significance of the article including its novelty and impact on the field (max. 100 words).
The Biomaterials Outstanding Paper Award aims to recognize outstanding research in biomaterials that blazes new trails and advances biomedical science and engineering. It consists of a USD 1000 prize to the first author of the manuscript. Prof. Leong will announce the 2016 Biomaterials Outstanding Paper Award at the upcoming European Society for Biomaterials 2017 meeting in Athens, Greece.
Read the articles by the winners of the 2015 Biomaterials Outstanding Paper Award here:
Purwada et al.
Ex vivo engineered immune organoids for controlled germinal center reactions
Chieh-Cheng Huang & Hao-Ji Wie et al.
Multimodality noninvasive imaging for assessing therapeutic effects of exogenously transplanted cell aggregates capable of angiogenesis on acute myocardial infarction
Jank et al.
Engineered composite tissue as a bioartificial limb graft
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- Dr. Jochen Flasbarth, State Secretary, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Germany
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