From November 29, 2022 to January 27, 2023, female researchers under the age of 35 will be able to apply for the 21st edition of the “L’Oréal Italia for Women and Science” award: announcement details
You are researcherswith less than 35 years? After that you can submit your application to participate in the 21st Italian edition of the award L’Oréal Italia for Women and Science.
From November 29, 2022 (until January 27, 2023), research professionals in our country who wish to participate (and who meet the requirements) can do so through the website www.forwomeninscience.com. The program, which was promoted in cooperation with Italian National Commission for UNESCOawarded 106 female researchers in its 21-year history, and supported her research projects and studies in Italy.
The Scholarships Six will be allocated, each worth €20,000. They will go to professionals working in the fields of life sciences, environmental sciences, mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, and technologies. The L’Oréal-Unesco Prize “For Women and Science” reaches its 21st edition this year and thus asserts itself as one of the most cohesive collective initiatives in Italy – he says Emmanuel Julien– President and CEO of L’Oréal Italia. In 2002, being among the first countries to launch a national version of this program for female researchers was a real source of pride for us. To date, we have awarded 106 deserving Italian women scientists and we are honored to be able to contribute our prize to bridging the gender gap that unfortunately still exists in scientific disciplines. We look forward to receiving nominations again this year from the brilliant minds who will help shape the future of scientific advancement.”
To screen the projects of the candidates will be A committeeIt consists of eleven Italian university professors and scientific experts:
• Enrico Alleva, Reference Center for Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health SCIC, Istituto Superiore di Sanità. Corresponding Member of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei;
• Mauro Anselmino, former professor of theoretical physics, University of Turin, and national member of the Turin Academy of Sciences.
• Luigia Carlucci Aiello, former Professor of Artificial Intelligence, La Sapienza University in Rome.
• Anna Lowe is Full Professor of Zoology in the Department of Biological and Territorial Sciences, University of Molise.
• Giulia Casorati, Head of the Experimental Immunology Unit, San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan;
• Maria Benedetta Donati, Head of the Center for Neurobiological Banking, Department of Epidemiology and Prevention, Irccs Neuromed of Pozzilli-IS.
• Salvatore Magazzo, Professor of Experimental Physics in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, Physical Sciences and Earth Sciences (Mift) at the University of Messina;
• Maria Resinio, Full Professor of General Pathology and Vice Chancellor in charge of research at Humanitas University. Group Leader Mucosal and Microbial Immunity Unit – Irccs Humanitas Clinical Institute;
• Luisa Manina, Full Professor of Food Chemistry, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies, Sapienza University, Rome.
• Andrea Biondi, Director of the Department of Pediatrics, Professor of Pediatrics and Director of the Pediatric Residency Program at the University of Milan Bicocca.
Nov 29, 2022 (changed on Nov 29, 2022 | 16:56)
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