The PASCV is committed to acknowledging the contributions made by individuals to the field of clinical virology. These awards will be presented at the Clinical Virology Symposium in Daytona Beach, FL, every year.
Nomination Deadline has passed.
- Nominations should be submitted to PASCV President, Gregory Storch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Nominations must contain a brief statement of the nominee's accomplishments in clinical virology and a curriculum vitae.
- Recipients must be able to attend the Clinical Virology Symposium Banquet.
Ed Nowakowski Senior Memorial Clinical Virology Award
Made possible by an unrestricted educational grant from MBL-Bion International
The Clinical Virology Award
acknowledges an individual whose contributions to clinical virology
have had a major impact on the epidemiology, treatment or understanding
of the pathogenesis of viral diseases.
The Clinical Virology Award
was established in 1993 as the Clinical Virology Award and has been sponsored each year since then
by MBL-Bion International. In 2007, the award was renamed the Ed Nowakowski Senior Memorial Clinical Virology Award.The award consists of a prize of $1000 and a plaque.
2014 Awardee: Angela M. Caliendo
2013 Awardee: Robert Shafer
2012 Awardee: M. Steven Oberste
2011 Awardee: Karl Johnson
2010 Thomas C. Quinn
2009 Robert G. Webster
2008 Mark A. Pallansch
2007 Harry Balfour, Jr.
2006 Clarence J. Peters
2005 Harald zur Hausen
2004 Douglas Richman
2003 Robert Belshe
2002 Ann Arvin
2001 Fred Hayden
2000 Marty Hirsch
1999 Sergio Stagno
1998 Lawrence Corey
1997 Caroline Breese Hall
1996 Richard Whitley
1995 Stanley Plotkin
1994 Kenneth McIntosh
1993 Anne Gershon
Made possible by an unrestricted educational grant from BD Diagnostics
The Diagnostic Virology Award
acknowledges an individual whose contributions to viral diagnosis has
had a major impact on the discipline. The Diagnostic Virology Award
was established in 1985 and since 1997, has been sponsored by BD Diagnostics. Previous sponsors of the award include Wellcome Diagnostics, PASCV and Murex Company. The award consists of a prize of $1000 and a plaque.
2014: James Mahony
2013: Marilyn A. Menegus, Ph.D.
2012: Christine C. Ginocchio
2011: Max Arens
2010 David Schnurr
2009 Guy Boivin
2008 Gregory Storch
2007 Richard Hodinka
2006 Robert Lanciotti
2005 Marie Landry
2004 Steven Specter
2003 Giuseppe Gerna
2002 Harley Rotbart
2001 Keerti Shah
2000 Larry Anderson
1999 Peter B. Jahrling
1998 Kenneth Hermann
1997 C. George Ray
1996 Max Chernesky
1995 Joseph Melnick
1994 Alister Voller & Dennis Didwell
1993 Albert Kapikian
1992 John Sninsky
1991 Thomas Smith
1990 Robert Yolken
1989 John Sever
1988 Edith Hsiung
1987 Pekka Halonan
1986 Edwin Lennette
1985 Philip Gardner
Made possible by an unrestricted educational grant from Roche Diagnostics
This award is offered to
a young investigator who holds a doctoral degree and is under the age
of 40 or less than 10 years from completion of the doctoral degree. Sponsored since 2005 by Roche Diagnostics, this award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution
to the field of clinical or diagnostic virology (either a single paper
or a body of research) in the early years of his/her career. The awardee will be asked to make
a short 15-minute presentation during the symposium. The award carries with it a
prize of $1,000 and a plaque. Nominees
must be members of the Pan American Society of Clinical Virology and
are eligible to win this award only once.
2014: Mathew J. Binnicker
2013: Ben Pinsky
2012: Melissa B. Miller
2011: Rosemary She
2010: Joel Lefferts
2009: David Wang
2008: Cathy A. Petti
2007: Musa Hindiyeh
2006: Jim Dunn
2005: Marcela Echavarria
The PASCV provides awards to students, postdoctoral fellows and technologists who have abstracts accepted to the Clinical Virology Symposium showing excellence in the field of Clinical Virology.
Special Travel Award for Latin American Residents
This award is offered to trainees or faculty residing in Latin America who submit an abstract showing exceptional reserach in the field of Clinical Virology. The award carries with it a prize of $2000.
General Travel Awards
These awards are offered to students, postdoctoral fellows and technologists who have abstracts of exceptional quality accepted to the Clinical Virology Symposium. The award carries with it a prize of $750. Seven awards are available.
For information on additional Clinical Virology Symposium travel awards supported by ASM, please visit http://www.clinicalvirologysymposium.org/index.php/abstracts/travel-awards.