There are several awards open to individuals in disciplines associated with the health sciences. Select an award name to view specific details and requirements:

Joseph T. Freeman Award

The Joseph T. Freeman Award is a lectureship in geriatrics and is awarded to a prominent clinician in the field of aging, both in research and practice. 

Excellence in Rehabilitation Award

The Excellence in Rehabilitation of Aging Persons Award acknowledges outstanding contributions in the field of rehabilitation of aging persons. 

Mid-Career Innovation Award

Acknowledges outstanding contributions of an established mid-career GSA member of the Health Science Section to an innovative and influential area of the field in research and/or practice.

Austin Bloch Award

The Biological Sciences and Health Sciences sections are offering The Austin Bloch Postdoctoral Fellow Award to recognize an outstanding paper or poster contribution by a Postdoctoral Fellow in biomedical sciences. 

Person-in-Training Award

The Person-in-Training Award is given to a student of the Health Sciences section for the best student paper at the Society's Annual Scientific Meeting. 

Research Award

The Health Sciences Research Award is given to a new investigator in the Health Sciences Section.