Saturday, 18th November 2017
Head and Neck Optical Diagnostics and Intervention Society

The International Society of Minimally Invasive Diagnostics and Therapy

Awards

A series of Prizes and grants will be made to members depending on the financial position of the society. Details of prize, bursary and grant holders are provided in the member’s area. Sign up for free of charge membership.

Chairman Prize
A prize to be awarded by the Chairman to a member for overall achievement in optical diagnostics/head and neck oncology field and/or for exceptional support to the Society, its Scientific Meetings and Educational Congresses.

HNODS Prize
This prize will be awarded annualy to the author of the best paper on the subject of optical diagnostics or head and neck oncology published in Head & Neck Oncology. The Chairman with the help of the Vice Chairman (Science) shall select the person who shall receive the prize; the amount to be decided by the Council.

The Fellow-in-Training Prize

The Vice Chairman (Science) shall select the Fellow-in-Training whose research studies have resulted in a breakthrough in the field of optical diagnostics and/or head and neck oncology. Direct applications or nominations by colleagues are welcomed; please e-mail applications directly to the Vice Chairman (Science).

Best Oral Communication Prize
The HNODS Programme Committee has decided that oral communications should form an important part of our Scientific Meetings. Therefore, a prize will be awarded to the best oral communication presented at the Scientific Meeting.

Best Poster Presentation Prize

The HNODS Programme Committee has decided that poster presentations should form an important part of our Scientific Meetings. Therefore, a prize will be awarded to the best poster presented at the Scientific Meeting.

Student Bursary
The HNODS offers a series of student bursaries annually. The grants are towards the expenses of a young researcher/research student (undergraduate or postgraduate) who wishes to undertake research, travel, or an elective in a subject related to optical diagnostics and/or head and neck oncology. Applications can be e-mailed directly to the Vice Chairman (Science).

Research grants
The HNODS offers a series of research grants, depending on its financial position, to Senior Fellows, Fellows-in-Training and Junior Fellows. Applications which are expected to promote the advancement in the field of optical diagnostics and head and neck oncology will be considered on merit. Applicants may submit the applications via e-mail directly to the Vice Chairman (Science) by 1st September each year. Applications by Fellows-in-Training and/or Junior Fellows should be supported by their supervisor with whom the applicant is currently working, and a letter to this effect is essential. Applications for retrospective awards cannot be considered.