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Nominate a Colleague for an ISCB Awards

Awards Nominations Deadline - 06 December

Submit your nomination for one of these annual awards today. The program is nomination based and we strong encourage the submission of nominations that are diverse in nature.

The award winners will be announced in Spring 2022.

The Overton Prize was established by the ISCB in memory of G. Christian Overton, a major contributor to the field of bioinformatics and a member of the ISCB Board of Directors who died unexpectedly in 2000. The annual prize is awarded for outstanding accomplishment to a scientist in the early to mid-career stage (up to a decade post-degree or equivalent experience*), who has already made a significant contribution to the field of computational biology.
ISCB Overton Prize Award
The Senior Scientist Accomplishment Award recognizes a member of the computational biology community who is more than two decades post-degree (or equivalent experience) and has made major contributions to the field of computational biology.
ISCB Accomplishment by a Senior Scientist Award
The Outstanding Contributions to ISCB Award is in recognition of outstanding service contributions by any member toward the betterment of ISCB through exemplary leadership, education, service, or a combination of the three.
ISCB Outstanding Contributions to ISCB Award
The ISCB Innovator Award is given to a leading scientist, 10-20 years post-degree (or equivalent experience*), who consistently makes outstanding contributions to the field of computational biology and continues to forge new directions.
ISCB Innovator Award

Nominate a Fellow

Fellows Nominations Deadline - 09 December 

The International Society for Computational Biology introduced the ISCB Fellows Program in 2009 to honor members that have distinguished themselves through outstanding contributions to the fields of computational biology and bioinformatics. During the inaugural year of the program, ISCB conferred the Fellow status on the seven winners-to-date of the ISCB Accomplishment by a Senior Scientist Award, and recognized these distinguished scientists during the ISMB/ECCB 2009 conference in Stockholm, Sweden. Since then, ISCB has sought nominations from our community of members, which are reviewed and voted upon by a selection committee. New Fellows are introduced at each year's ISMB conference.

Only members can nominate.

Nominate a Fellow