The Farner Medal

The Farner Medal was created in 1984 to honour outstanding contributions to avian endocrinology. The Farner Medal is presented to a scientist at each International Symposium on Avian Endocrinology and the first recipient was Donald S. Farner who was a pioneer in avian photoperiodism and seasonal breeding. The recipient of the Farner Medal for the 12th ISAE will be presented with the Medal during the meeting.

Previous Farner Medal winners are listed below:

ISAE Meeting

Year

Country

Farner Medal winner

1st

1977

Calcutta, India

No award

2nd

1980

Benalmadena, Spain

No award

3rd

1984

Rutgers University, U.S.A.

Donald Farner

4th

1988

Tokyo, Japan

Hideshi Kobayshi

5th

1992

Edinburgh, UK

Brian Follett

6th

1996

Lake Louise, Canada

John Wingfield

7th

2000

Varanasi, India

Susumu Ishii

8th

2004

Scottsdale, USA

Peter Sharp

9th

2008

Leuven, Belgium

Kazuyoshi Tsutsui

10th

2012

Gifu, Japan

Eddy Decuypere

11th

2016

Niagara on the Lake, Canada

Jacques Balthazart

12th

2022

Edinburgh, UK

To be anounced at ISAE2022

ISAE Early Career Researcher Award

The ISAE Early Career Researcher Award will be given to an early career researcher for the most outstanding oral or poster presentation of the meeting. The winner will be selected by the International Scientific Committee.

Runner up awards will be given to 3 early career researchers presenting at the meeting.  Winners will be selected by the International Scientific Committee for the most deserving oral or poster presentations.

If you wish to be considered for the Early Career Researcher Award you must be a first author on the abstract and present your research findings at the meeting as a talk or poster. During abstract submission please indicate if you wish to be considered for an award.