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06.02.2007

The International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE) and World Health Organization (WHO) present: THE ISAJE/WHO YOUNG SCHOLARS AWARD

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The award scheme aims to provide recognition for the contributions to addiction science of young scholars from developing countries and to promote their involvement in the field.

Applicants should be less than 35 years old, must hold an academic or research position in a low- or middle-income country, and should be the lead author of the paper being submitted for the award. The award is for the best paper published the previous year by a young scholar in a developing country on any topic related to addiction.

The successful applicant will receive a certificate and financial support to attend an international scientific or clinical meeting, to be chosen by the winner in consultation with ISAJE.

Further details, including the application procedure, may be obtained at www.isaje.net or from the Executive Officer of ISAJE, Mrs Susan Savva, National Addiction Centre, 4 Windsor Walk, London SE5 8AF, United Kingdom (susan@addictionjournal.org). Closing date 30 June 2007.

The award is sponsored by ISAJE, the WHO, and Virginia Commonwealth University.

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