Samuel H. Wilson Award for Studies on DNA Repair
Samuel H. Wilson Award for Studies on DNA Repair


This was created in honor of Samuel H. Wilson to provide career advancement opportunities for the next generation of environmental health scientists. Sam was a leader in our field and made substantial contributions to the field of base excision repair (BER). Importantly, he was not only an outstanding scientist, but also a dedicated mentor, and many of his trainees became significant players in the field of DNA repair, studying the impact of DNA repair pathways on environmental health.


The awardee will be invited to give an oral presentation in a Symposium or Platform session during the annual meeting and will be awarded a $500 travel stipend, two days hotel and registration for the meeting.


Applications must be submitted by Junior Investigators (those within 10 years of starting an independent position).

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