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Call for Nominations ‑ Faculty of Health Professions Research Excellence Awards
The Faculty of Health Professions Research Excellence Awards recognize outstanding research that leads to significant progress in the understanding and/or management of a health-related problem.
Early Career Research Excellence Award
Faculty members whose major appointment is in the Faculty of Health Professions and who are within the first seven years of their appointment at Dalhousie will be eligible to receive the Award.
Senior Research Excellence Award
Faculty members whose major appointment is in the Faculty of Health Professions will be eligible to receive the award. A team of researchers with significant involvement of FHP faculty may also be eligible
Awards are open to all researchers who are in a probationary tenure track or tenure track position in the Faculty. All members of the Faculty of Health Professions Community can nominate a candidate for the FHP Research Awards. Self-nominations will not be accepted. To nominate a colleague, please indicate which award the nomination is for, and provide the nominee's name, School/College affiliation and the signature of the nominator (with School/College affiliation). Nominators will be asked to provide a brief letter justifying the nomination at a later date.
Nominations will close:
Tuesday, January 31 at 4:00pm
- Please note - only the nominees name, School/College affiliation and award being nominated for are due on January 31. Further documentation will be requested at a later date.
Further nominations cannot be considered after this deadline. Letters of nomination should be forwarded electronically to email@example.com. Detailed information on the Faculty of Health Professions Research Excellence Awards can be found in the Terms of Reference.
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