Congratulations to the
2022 Antibody Research Competition winners,
Rodrigo García-Valiente and Hayden Fisher!
The 2022 winning posters can be viewed here.
Information about past winners can also be found here.
The Antibody Society sponsors competitions each year to recognize and encourage the research activities of promising student/postdoctoral fellows.
We invite you to submit a summary of your work on a topic related to antibody research. While such summaries are traditionally presented as posters, feel free to be creative and present the content in other formats, such as video.
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
- Antibody engineering or design
- Antibody therapeutics
- Fc effector functions
- Bispecific antibodies
- Antibody-drug conjugates
- Adaptive immune receptor repertoires
The winning antibody research will be featured on The Antibody Society’s website and winners will receive a $400 USD cash prize.
Two winners (1 student, 1 post-doc) will be selected by our panel of judges based on the originality, creativity, scientific merit, and clarity of their research and its presentation.
Send your entry to email@example.com. The first 30 submissions will be considered for the competition. Please include your contact details and whether you are a student or post-doc in your email.
Submission deadline: [To be determined in early 2023]
Entry is limited to The Antibody Society student and post-doc members.
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Please note that all entrants must abide by the competition rules:
The Antibody Research Competition is open only to Society student and postdoctoral members (membership is free).
Submissions must focus on the original work of the entrant, but may include research conducted in collaboration with other contributors, such as advisors, with attribution and their express permission.
Submissions should consist of original work that is not yet accepted for publication. If the work builds on previously published work, the submission should focus on the new findings, with the previously published work cited for context.
Entries should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By entering you grant permission for the work to be published on the Society’s website if you are selected as a winner.