Nominees must have done their work in an institution in the United States. Nominees need not, however, be citizens of the United States. Nominees should be no more than 15 years beyond receipt of the M.D.
Candidates must be nominated by the chair of a clinical department of a medical school or hospital located in the United States. The nominator must submit an abstract of the work to be honored, together with the CV and bibliography of the nominee; see details below. A letter from the nominator must make clear the patient-oriented nature of the investigation.
Collate materials as follows:
Cover page, headed: Daland Prize 2021, nomination submitted on [date]
- Full name of nominee, last name in capital letters
- Address, telephone number, and email of nominee
- Date M.D. degree conferred
- Name of institution where work was performed
- Brief title of work; indicate discipline (e.g., pediatrics, internal medicine, etc.)
- Name, address, and telephone number of nominator
- 50-word summary of the major achievements of the nominee
- Abstract of the work to be honored, not to exceed two typed pages (500 words); last name of nominee in upper-left corner of each page
- CV and list of 10 publications by the nominee; last name in upper-left corner of each page; no more than 3 pages
- Letter from nominator, stating the patient-oriented nature of the investigation
Three additional letters of support for the nominee must be sent separately to the Society. No more than one of these three supporting letters should be from a person at the same institution as the nominee.
Send nominations and letters of support to:
Judson Daland Prize Committee
American Philosophical Society
104 South Fifth Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
or as email attachments to LMusumeci@amphilsoc.org