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The KREIG CORTICAL KUDOS prizes are awarded annually. There are 3 levels of the KCK awards: Discoverer, Explorer and Scholar. Nominations are now open. The deadline for nominations is August 15, 2019. Please note that nominators and nominees do not need to be members of the Cajal Club.
 
 Call for Nominations for the Krieg Cortical Kudos for 2019

The Cajal Club is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the thirty-third annual KRIEG CORTICAL KUDOS. These awards recognize outstanding scientists focused on Cerebral Cortical Research (Structure and/or Connections), at three levels: the established investigator, the young professional who has received an advanced professional degree within the ten year period prior to the time of nomination (2009 or after), and the recent PhD graduate no more than two years beyond obtaining their advanced degree (2017 or later).

The Awards are funded by generous donations from Dr. Wendell J. Krieg, a distinguished neuroanatomist and the first President of the Cajal Club, and his wife, Roberta Krieg. The following categories of prizes will be awarded at the Cajal Club Social at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Chicago, IL in October, 2019. 

I. The Cortical Discoverer prize will be awarded to a senior Neuroscientist who has contributed significantly to our knowledge of the cerebral cortex and/or its connections. The Award includes receipt of the Cajal medal, an inscribed certificate and $5,000, plus $250 in support of travel expenses ($500 for trans-Atlantic travel) to the Cajal Club Social. The winner is invited to submit an account of his/her research for publication in Cerebral Cortex.

Nominations of candidates for the Cortical Discoverer Award should be submitted by e-mail and should include the following: (1) A letter of nomination. (2) A copy of the candidate¹s curriculum vitae. (3) PDF files of up to three publications of the candidate¹s research on the cerebral cortex and/or its connections. Additional letters of support of the nomination are also welcome. Nominations made in 2017 and 2018 can be re-submitted if they were not submitted in 2016. 

II. The Cortical Explorer prize will be awarded to an outstanding Neuroscientist investigating the cerebral cortex and/or its connections. The candidate should have received an advanced professional degree within the ten year period prior to the time of nomination. The Award includes an inscribed certificate and $3,000, plus support for travel expenses to the Cajal Club Social.

Nominations of candidates for the Cortical Explorer Award should be submitted by e-mail and should include the following: (1) A letter of nomination. (2) A copy of the candidate¹s curriculum vitae that includes the date on which the candidate received an advanced professional degree. (3) PDF files of up to two publications of the candidate¹s research on the cerebral cortex and/or its connections. Additional letters of support of the nomination are also welcome. 

III. The Cortical Scholar prize will be awarded to an outstanding predoctoral neuroscientist or one who has received the doctoral degree no later than 2 years prior to the closing date for nominations (August 15, 2019). The candidate should have conducted exemplary research on the cerebral cortex and/or its connections. The Award includes an inscribed certificate and $1,500, plus support for travel to the Cajal Club Social.

Nominations of candidates for the Cortical Scholar Award should be submitted by e-mail and should include the following: (1) A letter of nomination. (2) A copy of the candidate¹s curriculum vitae that includes the date of receipt of the doctoral degree (or the anticipated date, in the case of predoctoral candidates). (3) PDF files of up to two publications of the candidate¹s research on the cerebral cortex and/or its connections. The candidate should be the primary author of these articles. Additional letters of support of the nomination are also welcome. 

Nominations should be submitted by email no later than midnight, August 15, 2019 to:

Dr. Charles E. Ribak, Cajal Club Secretary/Treasurer

e-mail: ribak@uci.edu

For a full history of the Kudos awards, click here.

Click here to read the original testament for the Krieg Cortical Kudos

KRIEG CORTICAL DISCOVERERS

1988 Jon H. Kaas     
1989 Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic, Edward G. Jones, Pasko Rakic  
1990 Miguel Marin-Padilla, Deepak N. Pandya
1991 Alan Peters, Peter Somogyi  
1992 Jennifer S. Lund  
1993 David Fitzpatrick, Charles D. Gilbert  
1994 Irving T. Diamond, Michael M. Merzenich
  
1995 Leslie G. Ungerleider  
1996 Herbert P. Killackey
1997 Edward White  
1998 Tamas F. Freund  
1999 Javier De Felipe  
2000 Vernon Mountcastle
2001 Gyorgy Buzsaki
2002
Thomas A. Woolsey, David Van Essen
2003 Wolf Singer  
2004 John Rubenstein
2005 Harvey J. Karten  
2006 Apostolos Georgopoulos
2007 Dennis O'Leary  
2008 Yasuo Kawaguchi
2009 Joseph Price
2010 Christopher Walsh
2011 Susan K. McConnell
2012 Nenad Sestan
2013 Edward M. Callaway 
2014 Carla Shatz
2015 Jeffrey Macklis
2016 Mriganka Sur
2017 Elizabeth A. Grove
2018 Michael Stryker
 

KRIEG CORTICAL EXPLORERS
 
1988 - Steward H. Hendry, Dennis D.M. O'Leary
1989 - Tim P. Pons
1990 - Freda Diane Miller
1991 - Tamas Freund
1992 - Sharon L. Juliano
1993 - Gregg H. Recanzone
1994 - Mathew E. Diamond
1995 - Attila Guylas
1996 - George W. Huntley
1997 - S. Thomas Carmichael
1998 - Nelson Spruston
1999 - Zoltan Molnar
2000 - Catherine Woolley
2001 - Zoltan Nusser
2002 - Laszlo Acsady, Gabor Tamas
2003 - Guy Elston
2004 - Norbert Hajos
2005 - Thomas Klausberger
2006 - Ania Majewska
2007 - David Lyon
2008 - Lee A. Shapiro
2009 - Ruth Benavides Piccione
2010 - Csaba Varga
2011 - Erik W. Dent
2012 - Vikaas S. Sohal 
2013 - Xiangmin Xu
2014 - Mark L. Andermann
2015 - Maria Lehtinen
2016 - Jerry Chen
2017  - Alexander Pollen & Tomasz Nowakowski
2018 - Michael Lodato

KRIEG CORTICAL SCHOLARS
 
1987 - Dennis Brittain, Kendall Hutson,
Leah A Krubitzer, Clifton W Ragsdale, Jr,
Ruth Westenbroek
1988 - Shao Ming Lu
1990 - Robert F Hevner
1991 - Paul B Johnson
1992 - E Christopher Muly II
1993 - Bradley L Schlaggar
1994 - Stephen G Lomber
1995 - S Mark Williams
1996 - Randall R. Johnson
1997 - Adam H. Gazzaley
1998 - Frank A. Middleton, Dun H. Ha
1999 - Peyman Golshani
2000 - William Bosking, Nenad Sestan
2002 - Michelle M. Adams
2003 - David Lyon
2004 - Bettina Seri, Xiangmin Xu
2005 - Craig Brown
2006 - Bradley J. Molyneaux
2007 - Ratan Bhardwaj
2008 - Kenneth Kwan
2009 - Peiyan Wong
2010 - Eiman Azim
2011 - Davi Bock
2012 - Mary K.L. Baldwin & Alessandro Sessa
2013 - Gilad Evrony
2014 - Pooja Balaram & Kartik Pattabiraman
2015 - Marc Coutanche
2016 - Laura Fenlon
2017 - Yanjun Sun
2018 - Luciano Greig

          

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