This award recognizes accomplishment and promise in research related to otolaryngology, in an area(s) represented at the annual ARO meeting. Candidates should have a graduate degree (PhD, MD or equivalent) and be no more than 5 years beyond residency or postdoctoral training at the time of nomination. Only 1 letter of support is required; it may have multiple signatories. The selection will be made before the 2021 Midwinter meeting.
Geraldine Dietz Fox Young Investigator Award Winners
2020 Award Winner
Christopher R. Cederroth, PhD Docent
Associate Professor, Experimental Audiology, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
|Dr. Cederroth is recognized for the importance of his research goals in the area of genetic influences on tinnitus, the comprehensiveness and achievements of his research program, and the potential for impactful progress.|
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Call for Nominations for the 2021 Geraldine Dietz Fox Young Investigator Award
Nominations are sought for the Geraldine Dietz Fox Young Investigator Award, to be presented at the 2021 Annual Midwinter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology. Candidates should have a graduate degree (PhD, MD or equivalent), show accomplishment and promise in research related to otolaryngology, and be no more than 5 years beyond residency or postdoctoral training at the time of nomination. ARO membership is not required for either nominees or nominators. See previous recipients, and background on Gerry Fox and the Young Investigator Award on the Johns Hopkins website. Nominations will be due in the Fall of 2020; exact due date will be announced later.
The nominator should submit in pdf format and all at once (preferably combined in one pdf):
- A letter of nomination that includes a description of the research contributions and potential
- Nominee’s CV
- One additional letter of support, which can have more than one signature if desired