The Australasian Cytometry Society offers a number of awards for members

Career Recognition Award

What is the award? The Australasian Cytometry Society Career Recognition Award is the highest recognition given by the society and carries with it all the rights and privileges of a Life Member with the exemption of payment of annual membership subscriptions.

Who to nominate? Nominees who have made a substantial contribution to the goals of the society through promoting research, development or applications and disseminating knowledge of cytometry in Australia and New Zealand. The nominee must have been a member of the ACS for 15 or more years. The ACS Executive may make this award to a person who, in its opinion has rendered distinguished service to the field of cytometry and/or the ACS.

When to nominate? The closing date for nominations is June 30th. You should receive a confirmation that your nomination is under consideration a week after nominations close, and successful awards will to be announced at the ACS Annual Conference. No more than 4 awards may be conferred in any one year, 2 from clinical and 2 from research/industry fields.

How to nominate? To be considered for this award the following information must be provided: A nomination signed by one proposer, one seconder and five other signatories each of whom must be a Member of the ACS; a curriculum vitae summary and photograph suitable for publication on the ACS website; a statement summarising the nominee’s major contributions to the discipline and/or practice of cytometry, with information attesting to the high standards of conduct of the candidate; a bibliography of publications, contributions, service to their relevant discipline.

Nomination forms are provided on the ACS website by clicking here.

Email nominations to the ACS Secretary at: