2025 Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award Call for Nominations

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Nominate a colleague for the 2025 LCGC Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award!

Submission Deadline: April 1, 2024

LCGC International is seeking nominations for the 16th Annual Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography award, to be awarded in 2025. 

The LCGC Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award, as its name implies, recognizes a separation scientist for his or her overall contributions to the field of chromatography. The winner, chosen by an independent committee, will be featured on the cover of a 2025 issue of LCGC and in an interview that will be featured in our electronic newsletter, e-Separation Solutions, and on the LCGC website. 

Instructions

To nominate a candidate, please use the below form to provide the information listed below about the person you are nominating.

Click here to access the nomination form for the LCGC Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award.

Please email the completed form to Caroline Hroncich, the editorial director of LCGC, at chroncich@mjhlifesciences.com.

  • Candidate’s full name:           
  • Current job title (if retired, please indicate that and include last known job title before retirement):      
  • Affiliation:      
  • Email address:
  • Phone:
  • Educational background:       
  • Area(s) of focus of work (maximum 200 words):      
  • Short summary, in 100 words, of the candidate’s achievements or contributions (more details can follow in the sections below):      
  • Please list the candidate’s most important contributions to the field of chromatography and explain briefly the significance of each (maximum 800 words):
  • Number of publications: 
  • Number of oral and poster presentations at scientific conferences: 
  • Service provided to the scientific community, such as volunteer work in scientific societies, organizing conferences, work as a journal reviewer, teaching short courses, mentoring young scientists, and so on. Please quantify where possible (e.g., number of students in short courses): 
  • Key awards and honors

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