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Cells Tissues Organs Young Investigators Award


The journal Cells Tissues Organs is seeking self-nominations for our young investigator award competition.
 

Call for Young Investigators

Cells Tissues Organs is pleased to support early career researchers in the areas of developmental biology, stem cell biology, and tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. We look forward to continuing to support researchers and promote cutting edge research. Announcements for each round of the award can be found on the CTO journal homepage.

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Awardees 2022

We are happy to announce the winners of the YIA 2022:

Dr. Kyle Lampe
Dr. Rio Sugimura
Dr. Sarah Gullbrand
Dr. Shiva Singh
Dr. Tugba Ozdemir
Dr. Xiaoping Bao

Awardees 2021

We are happy to announce the winners of the YIA 2021:

Dr. Chase Cornelison
Dr. Rebecca Wachs
Dr. Jorge Almodovar
Dr. Camila Hochman-Mendez
Dr. Shreya Raghavan
Dr. Erika Moore
Dr. Ryan Koppes
Dr. Kaitlyn Sadtler
Dr. Zhen Ma

Awardees 2020

We are happy to announce the winners of the YIA 2020:

Dr. Natasha Chang
Dr. Courtney Dumont
Dr. Riccardo Gottardi
Dr. Mohit Kumar Jolly
Dr. Ryan Stowers
Dr. Liliana Moreira Teixeira
Dr. Peter Walentek



Awardee Webinars

Explore our previously held awardee webinars where previous awardees discuss their research and experience of submitting to Cells Tissues Organs.

 


Eligible Applicants

Researchers who are an independent principal investigator (PI) and lead a research team.

Researchers who are non-tenured (Assistant Professor, Instructor, or equivalent).

Researchers who are no more than 15 years from their terminal degree (Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent).





Submission of Application Materials

Applicants should send their abstract and biosketch/ CV to a member of the editorial board listed below by June 30th, 2024.

A two-page biosketch/CV highlighting research accomplishments. The biosketch/CV should highlight prior education, past and current employment, honors/awards, and publication history.

Researchers should submit a tentative title and a 250-word abstract detailing their potential contribution to the young investigator award issue.

The PI’s research should align with our three emphasis areas (developmental biology, stem cell biology, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine). Thus, the title and abstract should highlight one or more of CTO’s emphasis areas.



Important Dates

Submission of Application Materials

Starting: March 31st, 2024
Ending: June 30th, 2024

Awardees Notified

July 15th, 2024

Submission of Manuscripts

Starting: August 1st, 2024
Ending: October 31st, 2024

Peer Review

November 1st, 2024 through November 30th, 2024

Final Submissions Due

December 31st, 2024

Awardees Information

Following review of application materials by members of the editorial board, we will select awardees in each of our emphasis areas.

Awardees will submit either a review manuscript or an original research manuscript for publication in a future, dedicated Young Investigator Issue of Cells Tissues Organs.

Awardees will receive recognition through a commentary article at the beginning of the issue.

Awardees will be listed on the Cells Tissues Organs website.

 

Awardees will submit either a review manuscript or an original research manuscript for publication in a future, dedicated Young Investigator Issue of Cells Tissues Organs.

Awardees will receive recognition through a commentary article at the beginning of the issue.





Editorial Board Member Contacts

Submissions of application materials or any questions should be submitted to the following editorial board members.

Dr. Loredana De Bartolo
Research Director
Institute on Membrane Technology
National Research Council of Italy

Dr. Ryan Gilbert
Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Dr. Stefan Liebau
Chairman
Institute of Neuroanatomy and Developmental Biology INDB
Eberhard Karls University Tübingen

Dr. Kacey Marra
Professor
Departments of Plastic Surgery and Bioengineering
University of Pittsburgh

Dr. Christoph Viebahn
Professor
Department of Anatomy and Embryology
University of Göttingen

Dr. Guojun Sheng
Professor
Lab of Developmental Morphogenesis
The International Research Center for Medical Sciences (IRCMS)
Kumamoto University