About ASCB Fellows
Election as a Fellow of ASCB is an honor bestowed upon ASCB members by their peers. Fellows are recognized for their meritorious efforts to advance cell biology and/or its applications, and for their service to the Society. Successful nominees will be scientists who have had a significant and sustained impact on one of the mission areas of ASCB: advancing scientific discovery, advocating sound research policies, improving education, promoting professional development, or increasing diversity in the scientific workforce.
New Fellows will receive a plaque, lapel pin, and be recognized during Cell Bio Virtual 2021, an Online ASCB|EMBO Meeting, and through the ASCB Newsletter and website.
Fellow nominees must have been a member of ASCB for at least 10 years of the 15 years leading up to the year of nomination and must be a member in good standing. Click here to login and view ASCB members eligible to be nominated as Fellows.
Sponsor Eligibility Requirements
Current Regular and Emeritus ASCB members may nominate up to two Fellows per year. Eligible ASCB members may self-nominate.
Award Nomination Packets
INTENT TO APPLY
Between April 5 and April 26 please indicate your intent to nominate a candidate or self-apply for an award. Doing so will allow the Society to assess the number of anticipated applications and the diversity of the candidate pool.
Applications will be accepted between April 27 and May 17.
AWARD WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2021.
- A biosketch that follows the NIH (or similar format) no longer than 5 pages.
- A narrative statement of no more than 2 pages that addresses how your, or your nominee's, achievements have contributed to the advancement of at least 3 of the 5 core elements of the ASCB mission statement, with one of the elements addressing the nature of this award.
- No more than 3 letters of support, none longer than 2 pages. At least one of the supporting letters must be from someone who is neither a collaborator, former trainee, nor mentor of the candidate; and who is at a different institution than the candidate.