George H. Scott Memorial Award

The George H. Scott Memorial Award is named after early member of the Board of Directors of The Toxicology Forum who helped guide the development of The Forum. The award honors an individual in the field of toxicology who has demonstrated an outstanding role in developing and applying the science of toxicology. The award is presented annually at the summer meeting of The Toxicology Forum.


Recipient Archives
Review past honorees of the George H. Scott Memorial Award.

Nomination Process
Toxicology Forum members who wish to nominate a candidate to receive the George H. Scott Memorial Award should submit the candidate’s name, biographical information (C.V.), and a supporting narrative that specifically addresses the award criteria below. 
 

Criteria

  • Consistent production of high-impact research
  • Contribution of significant scientific knowledge in a toxicological discipline
  • Publication of a body of work in high-quality journals that reflects excellence in toxicology
  • Recognition among peers with positions on review panels, advisory bodies and editorial boards, and with professorships and lectureships
  • Development of technological or methodological innovations that have moved the field of toxicology forward
  • Receipt of departmental, national, or international awards
  • Consistent production of high-impact research
  • Contribution of significant scientific knowledge in a toxicological discipline
  • Publication of a body of work in high-quality journals that reflects excellence in toxicology
  • Recognition among peers with positions on review panels, advisory bodies and editorial boards, and with professorships and lectureships
  • Development of technological or methodological innovations that have moved the field of toxicology forward
  • Receipt of departmental, national, or international awards