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SCI-ISIG Margaret Nosek Award

 

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Dr. Margaret Nosek

The SCI-ISIG Margaret Nosek Award recognizes an individual who demonstrates drive and commitment to advancing scientific knowledge, developing standards of clinical practice, raising awareness, and advocating for appropriate health care and community support for women with disabilities. The Award is given each year as part of the Margaret Nosek Lecture series presented by ACRM SCI-ISIG.

Dr. Margaret Nosek was an internationally recognized authority on the health of women with disabilities and the Margaret Nosek Award recognizes her contributions through more than 30 years of sharing/disseminating knowledge as a researcher and advocate of disability rights.

This award is open to mid- and late-career (a minimum of 5 years-post completion of their advanced degree) investigators and comes with a plaque. The recipient of the award is required to present her work during the ACRM Annual Conference.

Nominations are due 1 February 2022

 

Congratulations 2022 Recipient

 

Heather Taylor receives the 2022 SCI-ISIG Dr. Margaret Nosek Award - IMAGE

Please join ACRM in congratulating Heather Taylor, PhD, MS, M.Ed., selected by the SCI-ISIG Executive Committee as the recipient of the SCI-ISIG Dr. Margaret Nosek Award. The award recognizes an individual who demonstrates drive and commitment to advancing scientific knowledge, developing standards of clinical practice, raising awareness, and advocating for appropriate health care and community support for women with disabilities. READ MORE >>

REQUIREMENTS

  • Candidate must be female.
  • Candidate has made significant contributions to research on the health of women with disabilities and dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights of people with disabilities.
  • Candidate must be a current member of ACRM.
  • Candidate must attend the current year’s ACRM annual conference.
  • Members may self-nominate.

NOMINATIONS MUST INCLUDE:

  1. A statement of approximately 500 words in length outlining the nominee’s research accomplishments in rehabilitation, community living and disabilities rights
  2. Two letters of support written by ACRM members and/or non-members
  3. 3-5 high-impact peer-reviewed senior author publications
  4. A CV for the nominee
  5. Demonstration of service to ACRM, although not a required criterion, will be considered in review of the application. As such, it is advantageous to discuss any such service in one’s nomination statement

HOW TO SUBMIT

To submit a nomination, please compile all required documents (statement of accomplishments, letters of support, publications, and CV) into one PDF and email the nomination to Terri Compos, Community Relations Manager, at tcompos@ACRM.org by 1 February 2022.