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Monday, February 20, 2012

ISAJE Young Scholars Award 2012

Applications are invited for the 2012 ISAJE Young Scholars Award, for the best paper on any topic related to addiction published in the previous three years by a young scholar working in a developing country. The award, sponsored by ISAJE, WHO and Addiction journal, aims to provide appropriate recognition for the contributions to addiction science of young scholars from developing countries and to promote their involvement in research and publication in the field. To be eligible, the paper must have been published either online or in print form in a peer-reviewed scholarly journal between 1 July 2009 and 30 June 2012. The research reported should have been carried out predominantly in a low or middle income country, as specified by the World Bank classification. The applicant must be under 35 years old and should be the lead author in the paper being submitted for the award. He or she should hold a current academic or research position in a low or middle income country, or should have held such a position at the time the research for the paper was carried out. The deadline for receiving applications is 31 July 2012. > > > > Read More