Failla Award and Lectureship: The Failla Lectureship was established by the 29th RRS Council to honor Dr. Gioacchino Failla. The lecture was first given in 1963. The Failla Lectureship may be considered as an award for a distinguished career in radiation research, or an award to an individual who is in mid-career, highly productive, and working in an exciting and cutting-edge area of radiation research.
Michael Fry Research Award
Michael Fry Research Award: The Michael Fry Research Award was known formerly as the Radiation Research Award.
It was established to recognize junior scientists who have made extraordinary
contributions to the field of radiation research.
Radiation Research Editors' Award
Radiation Research Editors’ Award:
The Board of Editors of Radiation Research and the Radiation Research Society
established this award in 2008. The Editors’ Award is given to a Scholar-in-Training who
published an outstanding paper in Radiation Research in the previous year. SIT Excellence in Mentoring Award
Each year, the Scholar-in-Training(SIT) Committee invites the SIT members to nominate
a member of RRS for the Mentor in Excellence Award. The award honors an individual
who an SIT member views has given them exceptional mentoring in both their
professional and personal aspirations.
Marie Curie Award: This award was established to recognize the student travel award applicant showing the highest potential for a successful career in radiation and hyperthermia research.
Jack Fowler Award:
Each year, one junior investigator is selected to receive this award at the annual meeting
of the Radiation Research Society (RRS). The award recognizes an outstanding junior
investigator for exceptional work in radiation oncology, medical physics and/or
Distinguished Service Award: The Distinguished Service Award was suggested by the Awards and Honors Committee in 1999 and approved by the RRS Council in 2000. The purpose of this award is to recognize individuals who have given continued service to the RRS above and beyond the call of duty to help further the goals and objectives of the Society. The award need not be made each year. More than one award may be given in the same year.
Nucleic Acids Research Award: This award, sponsored by the journal Nucleic Acids Research, is for an outstanding abstract submission from a Scholar-in-Training in the research area of genome integrity, repair and replication.