The Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize may be awarded to an individual or group. When the prize is awarded to a group, each member will receive a citation, but the honorarium will be divided among the recipients. Preference is given to work done in the recent past. The Prize Committee recognizes no geographic limitations.
The purpose of this prize is to reward scientists who have made recently transformative discoveries not yet recognized by high-visibility international awards. The Prize Committee recognizes no geographical limitations. The prize may be awarded to an individual or group. When the prize is awarded to a group, the honorarium will be divided among the recipients, and each member will receive a citation. Preference will be given to work done in the recent past.
Submitting a Nomination
All materials must be written in the English language and submitted electronically. If you are nominating a collaborative team, include completed materials for each nominee.
- Nominator Information
- Nominee Information
- Research Summary (no more than 500 words)
- Research Significance (no more than 500 words)
- Biographical Sketch
- Key Publication List (up to 10)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Letters of Support (minimum 3, maximum 8)
- Re-nomination(s) are by invitation only.
- Self-nominations are not permitted.