To be eligible to apply you must:
- be a GSA member;
- be a student or recent PhD (PhD awarded after January 2016);
- conduct population, evolutionary, or quantitative genetics research;
- and have submitted an abstract for presentation at the 2018 Population, Evolutionary, and Quantitative Genetics Conference.
Applications must be received by February 15, 2018.
Submission should include:
- Applicant's CV
- Copies of the applicant's primary author published manuscripts that are the main components of the doctoral thesis
- The ID number of the abstract submitted to the Conference and a copy of the abstract text
- Short essay (250 words) that describes how the applicant became interested in science, their career path, and why their chosen research
area is important. These should be targeted toward a general audience.
Please e-mail submissions as separate files in PDF format to email@example.com for
receipt by February 15, 2018. Subject line must be "James F. Crow Award." Only electronic submissions will be accepted.
Applicants should also arrange for two letters of recommendation to be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org under separate cover. The
letters should focus on the applicant’s contribution to research, with particular attention paid to the significance and innovation of
the applicant’s work.
Ensure the sustainability of this community award by contributing to the Crow Award Fund. GSA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contributions
may be tax deductible.
Previous finalists for the James F. Crow Early Career Researcher Award
2016 (Winner) Sarah Sander,
2016 Matthew S. Ackerman,
Indiana University, Bloomington
2016 Emily Behrman, University
2016 Heath Blackmon, University
2016 Gili Greenbaum, Ben-Gurion
2016 Sandeep Venkataram,