The Robert Greenblatt Award
The Robert Greenblatt Award is the most important prize for young investigators in the field of the Menopause
Up to 2 awards each of £ 2500 will be given for the best papers presented in either basic or clinical menopause-related research.
The Robert Greenblatt Award, in honour of the first IMS President, will be awarded to 1-2 investigators who present the best oral presentations in menopause-related basic or clinical science in a special Award session. Candidates must be under 40 years of age (on day 1 of the Congress), not a past recipient of this Award, and 1st author of the submitted abstract (only 1 abstract per candidate)
Henry Burger Award 2022
This award honours the great contribution that Professor Henry Burger has made to the field of menopause. It is given to the investigator whose published research is determined to have the most significant contribution to the field of menopause, specifically the work done in the previous five years.
The selection committee will review evidence, including impact factors and citations, to determine the influence of the nominee’s research on education and clinical practice. The publications must have been in the public domain via a peer-reviewed journal, in print, or e-publication during the qualifying period.
Awardee will give a short presentation of his/her work at the World Congress in Lisbon and will receive £3,500.
Please download the Nomination Form . Once complete, please return it to Claire Bower, IMS Education & Membership Manager, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org, by 24th June 2022. Self-nominations are accepted.