The 11th Annual ICTS Awards Dinner
“People Who Make A Difference in Human Health”
Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences is proud to honor the UC Irvine individuals that have made a remarkable difference in human health at UC Irvine and the surrounding community. This celebratory dinner caps the ICTS annual research day that brings together our academic and regional community to highlight exciting advances in biomedicine at UCI.
|Pathways to Cures
Translational Science Research Day
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Nominations are now open for this year’s event!
All recipients of these awards will be honored at The 11th Annual ICTS Awards Dinner “People Who Make A Difference in Human Health” on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Junior Investigator of the Year Award
This award honors an exceptional junior investigator whose work is broadly focused on the biomedical sciences. The awardee is an individual who has contributed substantial new insights and knowledge in the pursuit of improving human health and has linked basic science with clinical application. Nominations due by Friday, 3/8. Submit here.
Robert Newcomb Interdisciplinary Team Science Award
The Robert Newcomb Interdisciplinary Team Science Award has been established to celebrate the importance of interdisciplinary teams to the translation of research discoveries into clinical applications and, eventually, clinical practice. Self-nominations are encouraged. A single coordinated nomination should be submitted for each team Nominations due by Friday, 3/8. Submit here.
Distinguished Faculty Mentor of the Year Award
This award honors a faculty who has shown an outstanding commitment to mentoring, advising, and support of clinical and translational science research. Nominations due Friday, 3/8. Submit here.
Outstanding Community Researcher Awards
These awards acknowledge individuals’ exemplary commitment to collaborative research partnerships comprised of campus researcher(s) and community organization(s).
Nominations are sought for two awards: 1) UCI faculty, staff, or students that excel in demonstrating principles of engagement in building partnerships with community organizations. 2) Community leaders who show commitment to incorporating principles of research and quality improvement in their efforts to address the health of the communities they serve. Nominations due Friday, 3/8. Submit here.