The Robert Greenblatt Award

The Robert Greenblatt Award is for young investigators who present the best abstracts in the field of menopause. Named in honour of the first IMS President, Professor Robert Greenblatt, the prize will be awarded to investigators in the categories of basic or clinical science. Candidates must be under 40 years of age (on day one of the Congress), must be first author of the submitted abstract (only one abstract per candidate), and must not be a past recipient of this Award.
More information on this award will be published soon

Henry Burger Award

This award honours the great contribution that Professor Henry Burger has made to the field of menopause. It is given to the investigator whose published research is determined to have the most significant contribution to the field of menopause, specifically the work done in the previous five years.

The selection committee will review evidence, including impact factors and citations, to determine the influence of the nominee’s research on education and clinical practice. The publications must have been in the public domain via a peer-reviewed journal, in print, or e-publication during the qualifying period.

More information on this award will be published soon