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A Completed Entry Form consists of the following:

1. Complete User Profile Information

2. An essay, written by the entrant, which describes his or her research and places it in perspective with respect to current research in the field of neuromodulation. The essay must not exceed 1,000 words in length, may include one summary figure or table, and have up to 15 references cited numerically in-text (not included in word count).  Text generated from AI, machine learning, or similar algorithmic tools cannot be used to generate or edit the submission nor its accompanying figures, images, or graphics, without explicit permission from the Science editors. Furthermore, prior to publication of the winning entries, winners will be required to sign Science’s License to Publish, wherein the entrant must warrant that they have followed this requirement.

3. A one-page letter of recommendation from his or her postdoctoral adviser, supervisor, or other senior colleague who is familiar with the entrant's work. 

4. A Curriculum Vitae that includes the following: a.) Full citations of papers that the entrant has published on the research described in the essay; b.) Academic and professional awards and honors that the entrant has received; and c.) Relevant professional experience

5. Copies of two of the entrant's papers that are most relevant to the essay.

Deadline for submissions has been extended to March 15, 2024

Click Here to Register and Submit an Entry for the 2024 Science & PINS Prize for Neuromodulation


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