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Prize in Developmental Biology
The March of Dimes and Richard B. Johnston, Jr., MD Prize in Developmental Biology honors an outstanding scientist(s) who has profoundly advanced the science that underlies our understanding of pregnancy, parturition, and prenatal development. Created as a tribute to Dr. Jonas Salk shortly before his death in 1995, the Prize has been awarded annually since 1996. It is now named in recognition of Dr. Johnston, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado and a former Medical Director of the March of Dimes.
Nominations are solicited for the 2020 annual March of Dimes and Richard B. Johnston, Jr., MD Prize in Developmental Biology. Nominees should be scientific leaders who have pioneered research to advance our understanding of prenatal development and pregnancy. The March of Dimes is looking for proposals that involve translational and actionable science that will lead to interventions or preventions that improve the health of moms and babies.
Deadline for Nominations: Dec. 2, 2019