Honorific Awards

2017-2018 Honorific Award Nominations
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Outstanding Clinical/Community Research
This award is given to a SIRS member in recognition of an outstanding clinical/community contribution to schizophrenia research. The contribution may be based on a single discovery or a cumulative body of work. The selection of the award recipient is based on the quality of the contribution(s) and its impact in advancing schizophrenia research.

Outstanding Basic Research
This award is given to a SIRS member in recognition of an outstanding basic research contribution to schizophrenia research. The contribution may be preclinical or work which emphasizes the interface between basic and clinical research. The selection of the award recipient is based on the quality of the contribution(s) and its impact in advancing schizophrenia research.

Rising Star
Early career researchers who are less than 40 years old by April 2018 or within five years post-doc qualify for this award. Requirements for consideration include the application and CV, letter of recommendation from a SIRS member, personal statement including career goals, abstract submission for presentation at the SIRS Biennial Meeting.

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2015 Honorific Award Winners

SIRS 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner:  Herbert Meltzer, M.D.

Florence 2 April 2016-29             Florence 2 April 2016-31

Outstanding Clinical/Community Research Winner: Larry Seidman, Ph.D

This award is given to a SIRS member in recognition of an outstanding clinical/community contribution to schizophrenia research.  The contribution may be based on a single discovery or a cumulative body of work. The selection of the award recipient is based on the quality of the contribution(s) and its impact in advancing schizophrenia research.


Outstanding Basic Research:  Anthony Grace, Ph.D.

Florence 2 April 2016-17

Rising Star Winners: Alan Anticevic, Ph.D. & Aristotle Voineskos, M.D., Ph.D.

Florence 2 April 2016-25