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The Viagra Online in Science Lecture Series provides an opportunity to meet outstanding female scientists and physicians and learn about their cutting-edge research.

The Viagra is a membership program with five enlightening presentations, in lay language, designed to draw attention to scientific research projects at MCW as well as generate support for female scientists who serve as role models and mentors.

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Women in Science 2020 Lecture Series

Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, all in-person lectures in the 2020 series have been cancelled. In the meantime, we plan like to continue to celebrate our outstanding women faculty virtually. Please check back for future engagement opportunities. We appreciate your interest and look forward to resuming in-person activity in 2021.

2020 Women in Science Awards

The Women in Science Awards are funded through an endowment that is supported by Women in Science memberships and sponsorships 

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Woman Pioneer in Research Award - $10,000

The Woman Pioneer in Research Award is given annually to honor and recognize an established Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) female, non-binary or genderqueer faculty member for outstanding, internationally recognized basic science, translational, clinical, educational, or community research. Additional selection criteria may include leadership, mentorship, teaching, advocacy for women and community engagement.

An award of $10,000 will be given to the awardee to support future research endeavors. In a typical year, the award would have been presented at a luncheon held at MCW as part of the Women in Science Lecture Series. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will plan for an in-person celebration in 2021.

Nomination Process

Any MCW faculty member may nominate a qualified researcher. Self-nomination is allowed.

The electronic nomination package must be received by September 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Please email required materials to [email protected]. The awardee will be selected by an awards committee overseen by the Council for Women’s Advocacy and notified by October 19, 2020. If you would like clarification on the criteria for this award please contact [email protected].

Electronic Nomination Package for the 2020 Woman Pioneer in Research Award

  1. Nomination letter: a 1-2 page letter from a colleague that addresses the following:
    • Research:
      • Summary of nominee’s research accomplishments, innovation and impact
      • Identification of 1-5 significant papers
      • National and international reputation of the nominee
      • Comment where appropriate on grants, patents and other awards and honors received by the nominee
    • Other criteria as appropriate for the nominee:
      • Leadership
      • Mentorship
      • Teaching
      • Advocacy for Women
      • Community Engagement
  2. Two additional 1-2 page letters of support from:
    • A scientist outside of MCW who is qualified to address the national and international reputation of the nominee and the impact of their research
    • A MCW or Affiliate colleague, mentee or student of the nominee who addresses one or more of the other criteria noted above
  3. Current CV in MCW format
 
Rising Pioneer Award - $5,000

The Rising Pioneer Award is given annually to honor a Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) female, non-binary or genderqueer faculty member who is in the rising stage of their research trajectory. The award will recognize a qualified faculty member whose research is pioneering and is deemed likely to be highly influential for decades to come. The Rising Pioneer Award will be given to a faculty member who is highly respected by their peers and experts and is gaining momentum in building their national and international reputation in basic science, translational, clinical, educational, or community research. Additional selection criteria may include current leadership, mentorship, teaching, advocacy for women and community engagement.

An award of $5,000 will be given to the awardee to support future research endeavors. In a typical year, the award would have been presented at a luncheon held at MCW as part of the Women in Science Lecture Series. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will plan for an in-person celebration in 2021.

Nomination Process

Any MCW faculty member may nominate a qualified researcher. Self-nomination is allowed.

The electronic nomination package must be received by September 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Please email required materials to [email protected]. The awardee will be selected by an awards committee overseen by the Council for Women’s Advocacy and notified by October 19, 2020. If you would like clarification on the criteria for this award please contact [email protected].

Electronic Nomination Package for the 2020 Rising Pioneer Award

  1. Nomination letter: a 1-2 page letter from a colleague that addresses the following:
    • Research:
      • Summary of the nominee’s research accomplishments, innovation and impact, and why their research is likely to be influential for years to come
      • Identification of significant published papers
      • National reputation of the nominee
      • Comment where appropriate on grants, patents and other awards and honors received by the nominee
    • Other criteria as appropriate for the nominee:
      • Leadership
      • Mentorship
      • Teaching
      • Advocacy for Women
      • Community Engagement
  2. Two additional 1-2 page letters of support from:
    • A scientist who addresses the national and international recognition of the nominee and the impact of their research
  3. Current CV in MCW format
     
Edward J. Lennon, MD Outstanding Woman Postdoctoral Researcher Award

The Edward J. Lennon, MD Outstanding Woman Postdoctoral Researcher Award is given annually to honor a Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) female, non-binary or genderqueer postdoctoral fellow. Established in memory of former Dean and President of MCW from 1978 through 1990, Edward J. Lennon, MD, this special award continues his legacy. Dr. Lennon was a bench scientist, a physician and a teacher, who during his time at MCW appointed the first woman Department Chair and fostered an environment supportive of women faculty in leadership roles. The Edward J. Lennon, MD Outstanding Woman Postdoctoral Researcher Award will be given to a postdoc who is making exceptional strides in areas such as basic science, translational, clinical, educational, or community research.

An award of $1,000 will be given to the awardee to support future research endeavors. In a typical year, the award would have been presented at a luncheon held at MCW as part of the Women in Science Lecture Series. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will plan for an in-person celebration in 2021.

Nomination Process

Self-nomination is allowed. All applications require a letter of support from the applicant’s PI.

The electronic nomination package must be received by September 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Please email required materials to [email protected]. The awardee will be selected by an awards committee overseen by the Office of Postdoctoral Research and notified by October 19, 2020. If you would like clarification on the criteria for this award, please contact [email protected].

Electronic Nomination Package for the 2020 Edward J. Lennon, MD Outstanding Postdoctoral Researcher Award

  1. Edward J. Lennon, MD Outstanding Woman Postdoctoral Researcher Award Application
  2. A 1-2 page letter of support from your PI
  3. Current CV in MCW format
 
Women in Science Student Awards

The Women in Science Student Awards are given annually to honor three Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) female, non-binary or genderqueer students. The Women in Science Student Awards will be given to MCW students who are already making impressive strides at the beginning of their careers, to assist them in their journeys of becoming outstanding women in science.

An award of $500 will be given to an awardee from each of the three MCW Schools: Graduate, Medical and Pharmacy to support their careers as women in science. In a typical year, the awards would have been presented at a luncheon held at MCW as part of the Women in Science Lecture Series. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will plan for an in-person celebration in 2021 (if applicable).

Application Process

Mentors are encouraged to inform their mentees of this opportunity. Students may nominate themselves or be nominated by another individual.

The electronic application package must be received by September 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Please email required materials to Sydney Clark at [email protected].  The awardees will be selected by an awards committee overseen by the Women in Science Advisory Committee and be notified by October 19, 2020. If you would like clarification on the criteria for this award, please contact [email protected].

Electronic Nomination Package for the 2020 Women in Science Student Awards

  1. A 2-paragraph letter including:
    • Background information about the nominee
    • The nominee’s specific area of study
    • How this award will support the nominee’s career
    • Self-nomination: Your vision for your career
    • Other nomination: Describe the impact of your nominee on the scientific community
  2. A 1-page professional reference
 

Women in Science Opportunities Fund

The Women in Science Opportunities Fund supports female, non-binary or genderqueer students, trainees and postdoctoral researchers at MCW. The fund helps to cover the costs of research supplies and equipment, expenses associated with travel for interviews, conferences or professional development opportunities, membership fees for associations, symposium awards, or to cover gaps in fellowship and/or external training. Funds are awarded twice annually, in January and July.

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Sydney Clark

Events Specialist

(414) 955-4732