SIRS Research Harmonisation Award
SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: Thursday 11, June 2020 at 5:00 PM Eastern time. The Awardee will be selected by August 2020.
*Only members of SIRS are eligible to apply.
The RHG may consist of from five to twenty senior researchers who have a research track record in the topic covered by the Group (the 2020 the research topic is epidemiology). At least half the members should be early career researchers (post docs, first time lecturers) who are nurtured by senior members of the group. The Society recognizes early career researchers as individuals who are less than 40 years of age or within five years post-doc of their terminal degree taking into account career breaks. The senior researchers and early career researchers must be SIRS members.
The RHG must demonstrate that they have input from consumers who have shown an interest in research in the topic covered by the group but are not necessarily members
The Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) was founded in 2005 with the goal of bringing together scientists from around the world to exchange the latest advances in biological and psychosocial research in schizophrenia. The Society is dedicated to facilitating international collaboration to discover the causes of, and better treatments for, schizophrenia and related disorders. Part of the mission of the Society is to promote educational programs about the latest findings in schizophrenia research, to effectively disseminate them worldwide, and to expedite the publication of new research.