The NVBMB prize is handed out since 1981 to give recognition to the work of a highly talented young independent biochemist or molecular biologist working in the Netherlands. The prize amounts to €2000 and includes additional funds to organize a one-day scientific meeting on a topic that meets the field of interest of the candidate. An overview of previous winners is listed on the right.
Nominees for the NVBMB prize need to have at least two years of post-doctoral experience with preferable experience abroad. Nominations are judged on scientific quality, publication track record, productivity, creativity, and international experience and visibility.
Nominations for the NVBMB prize 2022 should be sent by email to the secretary of the NVBMB, dr. Hugo van Ingen (email@example.com) before December 31st, 2021. Nominations should include a brief CV, publication list, and a brief description of the scientific achievements (max one page). Nominations are judged by an independent jury on the criteria mentioned above. The selected winner will beinformed in the first quarter of the new year. The winner is expected to organize a one-day meeting in the fall of that year on the topic of his or her interest.