The F. L. (Bud) Suddath Memorial Award has been established by the family, friends and colleagues of Bud Suddath to stimulate graduate research in the fields of biology, biochemistry and biomedical engineering. The award is given annually to a doctoral student of Georgia Tech who has at least one year remaining in his or her doctoral program and who has demonstrated significant research achievement in the field of biology, biochemistry or biomedical engineering. The awardee is provided an award of up to $1,000 in value which may be used to facilitate the completion of his or her scholarly development. The recipient will also be presented with an award as well as having his or her name engraved on the School's commemorative plaque. The recipient of this award will speak at a special event hosted by the Petit Institute the following year to present his or her research and talk about how the award impacted their research.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Current Georgia Tech Ph.D. candidates in any field of study who are conducting biological or biochemical research at the molecular or cellular level. Applicants must be actively pursuing a Ph.D. at the time of the 2020 Suddath Symposium which takes place January 9-10, 2020.
- $1,000 award
- Give research presentation to the Petit community on Thursday, January 28, 2021 to open the annual Suddath Symposium
- Name added to the plaques in the Petit Institute Suddath Seminar Room and in the Molecular Science & Engineering Building
- Recognition throughout Petit Institute communications
SECOND ($500) & THIRD ($250) place awards will also be given!
- Applications submitted through online system
- Applicant's CV
- A summary of research accomplishments
- Unofficial copy of transcript
- Recommendation letter from the applicant's advisor
Applications due November 4, 2019
Advisor reference letters also due November 4