Summary: The Prince Mahidol Award, which is conferred to individual(s) or institution(s), is divided into two categories:
1. In Medicine: for outstanding performance and/or research in the field of medicine for the benefit of mankind
2. In Public Health: for outstanding contribution in the field of public health for the sake of the well-being of the peoples.
An individual or group of individuals or an institution may be nominated by national medical or health authorities or by individual or group of individuals in nongovernmental capacity, as candidates for the Award.
Summary: The LEO Foundation Awards constitute a global recognition and are given annually to outstanding young scientists whose work represent extraordinary contributions to dermatology research. There will be three awards, one in each of the Americas, EMEA (Europe/Middle East/Africa) and Asia-Pacific regions.
With our LEO Foundation Awards, we want to recognize the individual young researchers and scientists around the world, whose work represent extraordinary contributions to medical research and whose results advance our understanding of skin diseases and have the potential to pave the way for new and improved treatments. Furthermore, we want our awards to benefit and strengthen the entire dermatology research community.
– Have conducted the research on which the application is based and have his/her primary workplace within the region at the time of being selected as awardee
– Be between 30 and 40 years of age at the time of receiving the award. Natural and reasonable career breaks such as paternity/maternity leave, military service or the like may be deducted
– Be able to demonstrate scientific merits in the form of at least 5 peer-reviewed first author or co-first author publications within skin-related research
– Be an active scientist within skin-related research
Summary: One prize winner will be selected to receive a Certificate of Honor, US$150,000 prize and Japanese objet d’art. The Manpei Suzuki International Prize is for original and excellent achievements in diabetes research. By providing this opportunity to researchers of the world, the foundation hopes to advance diabetes research that will contribute to the health and welfare of all people.
Eligibility: Members of ADA, EASD, JDS or other publicly recognized societies of related fields can submit one nomination application per person per year. Each nomination application will require one supporting letter from someone who is familiar with the work of the nominee and who is also a member of the above-said societies. Self nomination is not acceptable.