MACFARLANE BURNET MEDAL AND LECTURE
Nominations for the 2016 Macfarlane Burnet Medal and Lecture will open in February 2014.
Nominations by Academy Fellows only.
The Macfarlane Burnet Medal and Lecture recognise scientific research of the highest standing in the biological science. It commemorates the contributions to science by Sir Macfarlane Burnet, OM, KBE, MD, FAA, FRS, Nobel Laureate.
Nominations should be in the form of a letter addressed to the Chair of the Selection Committee and be of no more than 2 pages in length. Nominations should outline reasons for the nomination and contain a short citation. It should clearly state both the candidate’s achievements (discoveries and their applications) and the implications and impact of their work. Candidates may be non Fellows.
A short curriculum vitae of approximately 6 pages and a list of the candidate's 20 most important publications should also be attached. The curriculum vitae should contain evidence of international standing, awards and grants, and public speaking.
An electronic copy sent by email is preferred. Receipt of the nomination will be acknowledged.
Australian Academy of Science Awards
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An electronic copy sent by e-mail is preferred.
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NB: To be eligible for nomination an appropriate period of time should elapse following the receipt of any other Academy award.
1989 W.J. Peacock
1987 D.A. Denton
1985 F.J. Fenner
1983 D.R. Curtis
1981 J.M. Rendel
1979 G .J .V. Nossal
1977 W. Hayes
1975 R.N. Robertson
1973 E.J. Underwood
1971 J.F.A.P. Miller
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