ECNP Lifetime Achievement Award
The ECNP Lifetime Achievement Award recognises individuals who have made career-long contributions to building the field of applied and translational neuroscience in Europe, at the national or international level.
The winner is honoured with a commemorative statuette and certificate and an invitation to the ECNP Congress.
The winner may also be asked for an interview, to be published in ECNP communication channels.
Aleksander Mathé, Sweden, is the recipient of the 2023 ECNP Lifetime Achievement Award.
Who is eligible?
How to nominate a candidate
The following documents were requested to be submitted:
- A short statement (one page), explaining the significance and impact of the nominee’s contribution to the field of the applied and translational neuroscience
- A summary curriculum vitae, including personal details, education and academic degrees, appointments, research experience, prizes, awards and honours, membership of professional organisations, editorial boards, publication lists, etc.
- Self-nominations are also welcome.
Selection of the winner
The award winner is selected by the ECNP Award Committee. Short-listed applicants may be asked to submit additional information before a final decision is taken.
The award cannot be shared and cannot be won more than once by the same individual. Nominees were informed about the decision before 1 May 2023. There will be no correspondence about the outcome.
The award will be presented at the 36th ECNP Congress 2023.
View here previous ECNP Lifetime Achievement Award winners.