The Michael E. DeBakey, M.D., Excellence in Research Awards are given annually to
Baylor College of Medicine faculty who have made the most significant published
scientific contribution to clinical or basic biomedical research during the past
three years. The awards are funded by the DeBakey Medical Foundation.
Five awardees receive a commemorative medallion and $5,000 fund to support their
research. The award is not given as personal income and the Foundation wishes the funds to be used in furtherance of research.
Awardees will be asked to attend a reception honoring their achievements
and present a brief summary of the research for which they received the award.
In 2017, the ceremony and reception is anticipated to take place in May; exact date TBA but notice will be given in April.
Baylor faculty members are invited to nominate colleagues for the Michael E. DeBakey,
M.D., Excellence in Research Awards. In order to be eligible for nomination, faculty
members must have made a significant published scientific contribution to clinical
or basic biomedical research during the past three years. Any Baylor faculty member
may submit a nomination. The nominee must be a full-time faculty member. Previous
recipients are eligible to win again; however, they must wait two years after receipt
of the award to be reconsidered for nomination. Faculty receiving the award three
times will be retired from further consideration.
To submit a nomination, the nominator must submit the following materials through
- A nomination letter and a brief statement outlining the significance of the published
research (accomplished by the nominee while at the College)
- A copy of the nominee's current NIH biosketch or curriculum vita
- One copy of each of the selected papers upon which the nomination is based (maximum
of three papers)
- Documents must be uploaded separately
Application submission is closed.
For questions about this award, please contact email@example.com
or call 713-798-5520.