Photochemistry and Photobiology

Cover image for Vol. 90 Issue 4

Edited By: Jean Cadet

Impact Factor: 2.684

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 36/74 (Biophysics); 161/291 (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)

Online ISSN: 1751-1097

Awards


Photochemistry and Photobiology Research Awards

1. ASP Photochemistry and Photobiology PhotoCite Awards: ASP PhotoCite Award A (most cited original research article 2007-2010) ASP PhotoCite Award B (most cited review article 2007-2010) The ASP is pleased to announce the ASP PhotoCite Awards that will be presented at the 36th ASP Meeting that will take place June 23-28, 2012 in Montreal, Canada. The ASP PhotoCite Award A will be given to the authors of an original research article in Photochemistry & Photobiology (P&P), the official journal of ASP, published during the last four years (i.e. 2007 to 2010) that received the most hetero-citations (citations by others) during that period. The ASP PhotoCite Award B will be given to the authors of a review article in Photochemistry & Photobiology (P&P), the official journal of ASP, published during the last four years (i.e. 2007 to 2010) that received the most hetero-citations (citations by others) during that period. The recipients will be determined using data supplied by the publisher Wiley-Blackwell, Inc. The awards will be delivered during the ASP biannual meeting and will be a personalized Plaque.

2. Photochemistry and Photobiology Editor’s Award for Outstanding Graduate Research The ASP is pleased to announce the Photochemistry and Photobiology Editor’s Award for Outstanding Graduate Research that will be presented at the 36th ASP Meeting that will take place June 23-28, 2012 in Montreal, Canada. The Editor’s Award will honor an individual that has published outstanding research in P&P as a first author in 2008-2010, and must have been a graduate or undergraduate student at the time of submission. The Award is $ 600 toward travel expenses and a Plaque. In order to be considered for this award, the following application package must be submitted by the successful applicant: (1) a pdf file of research paper published in P&P in 2008-2010 indicating first authorship. (2) brief documentation of graduate student status at the time the original manuscript was submitted to P&P.(3) brief letter of support written by the graduate research adviser detailing the research contributions the applicant made as a graduate/undergraduate student. (4) an updated CV of the candidate. The successful applicant will be selected by members of the ASP Awards Committee and P&P Editorial Board. The individual must be an ASP member at the time of award acceptance. Completed submissions should be received by ASP no later than January 31, 2012. Submission by email addressing the ASP secretariat [lhardwick@allenpress.com] is requested.

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