Deadline: 30/04/2002
September 29, 2003

The objective of the Young Researchers' Aspirin Award is to encourage scientific research into the mechanism of action and clinical use of acetylsalicylic acid, the active ingredient of Aspirin. Scientists who have contributed to the knowledge of Aspirin through original independent scientific research in the field of theoretical (experimental) and/or clinical medicine are invited to compete for the Award.

The results of their work should have a direct effect on the knowledge or use of Aspirin and be based on a peer-reviewed publication, accepted and/or published. The publication should not be more than two years old. The age limit in the year of candidature is 40. The Award is valued at 10,000 Euro.

Full details online.
Address: International Aspirin Award
c/o Bayer AG
Consumer Care Business Group
Medical Department
Dr Gisela Latta
Building C 151
D-51368 Leverkusen
Fax: ++49 214 30 55184

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