ICCS AWARDS


Wallace H. Coulter Award

Each year the ICCS presents the Wallace H. Coulter Award to an individual from anywhere in the world, recognizing his or her lifetime contributions to the science, education and practice of Clinical Cytometry. This prestigious award carries with it an honorarium, and the awardee presents the Keynote lecture at the annual Clinical Cytometry meeting.

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Christine Aguhar Scholarship

Named after a gifted medical technologist who met an untimely death, the Christine Aguhar Scholarship Fund is a non-profit, tax deductible 501c3 fund to foster self confidence in women new to the field of flow Cytometry through continuing education, mentoring and networking with other professionals in the field of Clinical Flow Cytometry. This scholarship is to be awarded to a female clinical flow cytometry technologist who is relatively new to clinical flow cytometry in order to further education in the field. Awardees may be medical technologists, or other bench technologists who are actively involved in the daily performance of flow cytometry technology in a clinical setting.

Scholarship: Awardee will receive complimentary educational workshops at the ICCS 2020 Virtual Meeting and waived registration for the ICCS 2021 Annual Meeting.

Guidelines: This scholarship is to be awarded to a female clinical flow cytometry technologist who is new to the field in order to further education in the field. Awardees may be medical technologists, or other bench technologists who are actively involved in the daily performance of flow cytometry technology in a clinical setting.

Deadline: July 24, 2020

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Janis Giorgi Young Investigator

This young investigator award includes complimentary educational workshops at the ICCS 2020 Virtual Meeting and waived registration for the ICCS 2021 Annual Meeting.

Requirements:
1. Ph.D. student, medical student, intern, resident or fellow (documentation of status must be provided by institution.)
2. Involved in clinical flow cytometry research as demonstrated by an abstract.
3. Under 35 years of age.

How to Apply: Select the appropriate box when submitting your abstract.

Deadline: August 10, 2020