Posted on 1 Jul, 2016 by ISN AdminNews Update
The Society confers the following awards during the Annual Congress of the Society.
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Credentials Committee selects the nominee each year whose lifetime achievements (scholarly, clinical, educational, institutional or public service) have made the greatest contributions to both the field of nephrology and to the Indian Society of Nephrology’s constituents (doctors, paramedical personnel, patients).
The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented annually to an Indian nephrologist for specific accomplishments that are truly extraordinary, widely recognized as such, and are of positive and lasting quality. Recognition can be granted to a nephrologist of Indian nationality for activities within any theoretical framework for a wide range of areas relating to the field of kidney disease in any part of the India, including but not limited to research or education.
Any member of the Indian Society of Nephrology (ISN) may submit nominations for this award. Nominees must be members of the ISN at the time of their nomination, and the strongest nominees will have made significant contributions to both the ISN and to the range of activities in which ISN members participate. Nomination letters should include a letter of nomination, outlining the nominee’s lifetime accomplishments, as well as a curriculum vitae of the nominee. Additional letters of support are not required, but would be helpful for the Committee’s deliberations. Nominators are required to collate all nomination materials into one single Adobe Acrobat pdf document to be emailed to the ISN Secretariat at email@example.com.
The Credentials Committee members can also consider suitable candidates for such award. Each member would look at suitable candidates in their regions. The list thus prepared will be discussed in a meeting of the Credentials Committee. The Awardee will be selected by a process of consensus and the selection would be unanimous.
Nomination Deadline: March 30, 2013
KS Chugh Award Oration
This Award is given to an outstanding Guest Speaker decided by the Governing Body and General Body of ISN.
JCM Shastry Memorial Oration
This Oration is awarded each year to a senior Indian nephrologist who has contributed significantly to the practice and/or teaching of Nephrology in India. The Awardee will be selected by the recommended by the ISN Credentials Committee to the Governing Body and General Body.
Khullar Award Oration
This award is intended to recognize outstanding research work done a member that significantly advances the field of nephrology and/or kidney transplantation in India. Any member can apply for this Award. The application along with six copies of CV, topic of Oration and the original work of the member done in India in relation to the topic of the Oration should reach the Secretariat before 31st July. The Scientific Committee is the evaluating authority for this Award.
Bansal Award Oration
The award is reserved for outstyanding research work done by ISN members below the age of 40. The application along with six copies of CV, topic of Oration and the original work of the member done in India in relation to the topic of the Oration should reach the Secretariat before the 31st July. The Scientific Committee is the evaluating authority for this Award.
Mrs. Rekha Memorial Tanker Foundation Young Investigator Award
This award is conferred on the best research paper presented during the Annual ISN Congress. Criteria for the award are as follows:
While applying for this award the consent for the publication in the Indian Journal of Nephrology is by default and cannot be questioned.
Three judges will decide the award based on the following criteria. Each criterion will carry 10 points: a) Study design b) Relevance of research work c) Originality d) Formatting e) Discussion & Conclusions
Janseen-Cilag Award for Excellence in Nephrology
The award instituted since 1999 is reserved for the members below the age of 40 years for the published research from India in the field of Chronic Renal Failure during the last four years. First author should obtain a ‘No Objection Certificate’ from the co-authors. Scientific Committee will decide the award.