Abstracts and Awards - Resuscitation Science Symposium 2020
2020 Award Winners
Please congratulate the Resuscitation Science Symposium 2020 Award Winners!
Group Collaboration Award
Charles Lick, MD
Peter Morley, MBBS
University of Melbourne
University of Washington
The ReSS Best of the Best Abstract Awards (see the 2020 session lineup) are presented for the top-scoring abstracts submitted to the Resuscitation Science Symposium. To be eligible to receive one of these awards, attendees must have submitted an abstract to ReSS 2020 during the regular submission process that is related to either cardiac or trauma resuscitation science, receive a top score for that abstract and be a member of the American Heart Association.
The ReSS Young Investigator Awards will be presented for top-scoring abstracts submitted to the Resuscitation Science Symposium. Awards will be given for abstracts pertaining to both cardiac and trauma resuscitation science. To be eligible to receive one of these awards, young investigators (researchers/clinicians within the first five years of their appointment) must have submitted an abstract to ReSS 2020 during the regular submission process, receive a top score for that abstract and be a member of the American Heart Association.
The Ian G. Jacobs Award for International Group Collaboration to Advance Resuscitation Science recognizes international collaboration among individuals over an extended time that has resulted in major contributions to fundamental or clinical science related to cardiac arrest or traumatic injury.
The Lifetime Achievement Awards in Resuscitation Science were established by the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee in 2003 to honor scientists for their outstanding contributions in resuscitation science.
Additional awards sponsored by the Council on Cardiopulmonary, Critical Care, Perioperative and Resuscitation (3CPR) are listed below. Please visit each award page for eligibility criteria. For questions, please email: Council.Awards@heart.org.
Max Harry Weil Award for Resuscitation Science
Candidates must be working in any area of research relevant to 3CPR ranging from the whole spectrum of molecular and clinical resuscitation science to molecular and clinical studies of the normal and diseased pulmonary circulation.
Award Application Window: April 15–June 19, 2020 at 8 p.m. (Central Time)
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