KLIMT, The Three|
Ages of a Woman, 1905
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Progress in Bone and Mineral Research 2006
on the occasion of the
Awarding of the "2006 International
16 - 18, 2006|
The Austrian Society for Bone and Mineral
2006 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH
The prize, a continuation of the Chemofux prizes, acknowledges an individual
whose recent work in the fields of molecular, cellular, (patho)physiological or
clinical aspects of bone and mineral metabolism has resulted in a a novel finding
Individuals are invited to submit up to three related publications
that have appeared since 2003. 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 to it.
The prize of EUR 7,500.- will be awarded at the International Conference on Progress
in Bone and Mineral Research 2006, which will be held in Vienna, Austria, on November
16 - 18, 2006. The work of the prize winner will be featured during this conference.
(1 original plus 11 copies) must be submitted not later than March 15, 2006 to:
Dr. Klaus Klaushofer, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Osteology at the Hanusch Hospital
of WGKK and AUVA Trauma Centre Meidling, 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.
jury consists of: K. Klaushofer (Vienna, Chair), E. M. Brown (Boston), G. Karsenty
(New York), S. Kato (Tokyo), T. J. Martin (Fitzroy), J. Penninger (Vienna), M.
Peterlik (Vienna), C. van Os (Nijmegen), L. Raisz (Farmington), P. Stern (Chicago),
A. Teti (Rome).
jury's decision is final and cannot be appealed. The winner will be notified by
end of July 2006.