KLIMT, The Three|
Ages of a Woman, 1905
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Progress in Bone and Mineral Research 2003
on the occasion of the
Awarding of the "2003 International
27 - 29, 2003|
The Austrian Society for Bone and Mineral
2003 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH
prize, a continuation of the Chemofux prizes, honors a novel finding or concept.
It will be awarded to an individual who in recent years has published outstanding
work on molecular, cellular, (patho)physiological or clinical aspects of bone
and mineral metabolism. Individuals are invited to submit up to three related
publications that have appeared since 2000. Papers in press are acceptable if
accompanied by an acceptance letter from the journal. Publication must be in English
in refereed journals listed in Current Contents.
Applicants should describe
their finding or concept and its background in a brief statement, not to exceed
300 words, emphasizing the importance of their contribution to progress in bone
and mineral metabolism. The letter of application should also include a brief
biographical sketch, along with letters by co-authors stating that they agree
to the submission and either wish to share the prize money or waive their claim
The prize of EUR 7,500.- will be awarded at the International
Conference on Progress in Bone and Mineral Research 2003, which will be held in
Vienna, Austria, on November 27 - 29, 2003. The work of the prize winner will
be featured during this conference.
Applications (1 original plus 10
copies) must be submitted not later than March 15, 2003 to: Dr. Klaus Klaushofer,
Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Osteology, 4th Medical Department, Hanusch Hospital,
Heinrich Collin-Strasse 30, A-1140 Vienna, Austria. All entries which comply to
the aforementioned regulations will be forwarded to an International Jury which
will independently select the prize winner.
The jury consists of: K.
Klaushofer (Vienna, Chair), E. M. Brown (Boston), G. Karsenty (Houston), S. Kato
(Tokyo), T. J. Martin (Fitzroy), M. Peterlik (Vienna), C. van Os (Nijmegen), L.
Raisz (Farmington), P. Stern (Chicago), A. Teti (Rome), and M. Thomasset (Paris).
The jury's decision is final and cannot be appealed. The winner will be notified
by end of July 2003.