Glass Brain Award
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping has established an award to recognize lifetime achievement by leading researchers using or facilitating neuroimaging to discover original and influential findings regarding the organization and function of the human brain.
- Nominee must have been visibly engaged in OHBM activities
- Nominee must have evidence of extraordinary lifetime accomplishments in the field of human brain mapping
- The nominee must be over the age of 40
- The nominee must be present to accept the award given out at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping being held June 9-13, 2019 in Rome, Italy
- No self-nominations are allowed.
- Please note: Current OHBM elected leadership are ineligible to receive OHBM Awards.
Nominations for the Glass Brain Award should include a letter of nomination outlining the nominee’s lifetime accomplishments as well as an abbreviated curriculum vita (no more than two pages) of the nominee. Additional letters of support are not required but may add to the strength of the nomination. Nominators are required to collate all nomination materials into one single PDF document (no more than five pages total) to be uploaded here. Award Nomination Submission has closed.
The OHBM Council is charged with the selection of the Glass Brain Award recipient and will meet after the submission deadline to review the award criteria and discuss each nominee. The Council will then vote electronically on their top ranked candidates. If needed, the Council will meet again to discuss any split decisions and make a final selection. The award recipient will be notified in February 2019. The award recipient will not be announced until the Opening Ceremonies at the Annual Meeting.
The award recipient will be provided with an OHBM Glass Brain Award, gratis Annual Meeting registration, coach travel, and two nights lodging at the host hotel.
Questions? Please direct them to the OHBM Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Glass Brain recipients include:
Susan Y. Bookheimer, PhD
Joaquin Fuster Professor or Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences Center for Cognitive Neurosciences, UCLA School of Medicine
2017: Vancouver, Canada
David Van Essen, PhD
Professor, Neuroscience Department, Washington University School of Medicine
2016: Geneva, Switzerland
Karl Friston, FRS, FMedSci, FSB
Principal Research Fellow and Scientific Director, Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging
Professor, Institute of Neurology, University College London
2015: Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Marcus E. Raichle, MD
Alan A. & Edith L. Wolff Distinguished Professor in Medicine
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
Washington University School of Medicine
2014: Hamburg, Germany
Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine, Jülich, Germany