The Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology

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Academic Awards

JSID Award

The JSID bestows the Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology Award (JSID Award) to enhance the motivation of junior researchers.

Eligibility (Qualifications)

Awarded to the most notable researcher in Japan during the last 5 years, who meets the following conditions.

  1. A member of the Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology (for 5 years or more)
  2. Professors, or those holding an equivalent position at the time of application deadline shall be excluded.
  3. The award winner shall give a plenary lecture at the JSID session during the 87th Annual Meeting of the Tokyo Division of JDA.
  4. Under age 50 as of 31 March 2023.

Application

  1. Nominees recommended by a current member of the Board of Directors and a former member of the Board of Directors (Ages 60 and below in case of a former member of the Board of Directors).
    Each current or former member of the Board of Directors shall make one nomination.
    (The Committee on Scientific Activities shall be able to independently raise additional nominees.)
  2. Self-recommendations are available. Applicants shall submit their CV by e-mail to the JSID office (e-mail: office2@jsid.org) by 1 June 2023.
  3. Each nominee shall submit their research achievements (papers and a list of their JSID academic conference presentations) to the Committee on Scientific Activities.

Selection method

  1. The Committee on Scientific Activities shall recommend a limited number of nominees at a meeting of the Board of Directors, considering the nominees' academic achievements.
  2. One finalist shall be selected by vote of the Board of Directors.
  3. Award recipient is selected via approval by the Councilors' Meeting and the General Assembly.

Past Award Recipients

2000 Masayuki Amagai 2010 Tamihiro Kawakami 2020 Hideyuki Ujiie
2001 Yoshiki Tokura 2011 Riichiro Abe 2021 Naoko Okiyama
2002 Akemi Yamamoto 2012 Naotomo Kambe 2022 Hayato Takahashi
2003 Shinichi Sato 2013 Manabu Fujimoto 2023 Rei Watanabe
2004 Daisuke Sawamura 2014 Tatsuyoshi Kawamura
2005 Hironobu Ihn 2015 Makoto Sugaya
2006 Shigetoshi Sano 2016 Yoshihide Asano
2007 Masashi Akiyama 2017 Sei-ichiro Motegi
2008 Koji Sayama 2018 Akiharu Kubo
2009 Kenji Kabashima 2019 Tetsuya Honda
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