Congratulations Nevan Krogan, PhD, winner of the 2023 Discovery | Innovation | Health Prize!
For his trailblazing progress to address pandemic threats, scientific innovation, and global collaboration against future pandemic threats, Dr. Krogan is receiving the 2023 Discovery | Innovation | Health Prize, generously supported byPrize Winner Details
Timeline and Key Dates
May 16 – June 15, 2023
Prize awardee notified
September 20, 2023
Presentation of prize in Washington, DC
Are you a researcher or clinician working to address pandemic threats? Research!America is recognizing trailblazers in pandemic preparedness research and development with the opportunity to receive a $200,000 prize to accelerate their work. Applications for the 2023 prize are closed.
Competitive applications feature promising ideas that advance progress against COVID-19 or that can be applied to future pandemic threats.
Nominations are welcome from individuals affiliated with a U.S.-based organization such as an academic research institution, academic medical center, independent research organization, non-profit organization, or for-profit company with sales revenues less than $10 million for each of the last two years (including U.S.-global partnerships). Nominations may originate from the following fields or combination of fields: biology, chemistry, life sciences, medicine, or technology such as AI or data science. The prize will be issued to the awardee’s organization. Prize funds must be dedicated to the award recipient’s continued work toward R&D to address pandemic threats.
* Board members and employees of Research!America, Pfizer and its subsidiaries, and immediate family members of any such persons, are not eligible for the prize. Individuals employed by the Federal Government are not eligible.
Applications closed at midnight ET on June 15, 2023.
Competitive applicants must demonstrate rigorous, innovative work on the cutting edge of research and development, with data to support their efforts. While only one applicant should be named on each application, evidence of team engagement is encouraged. The prize funds must be dedicated to the award recipient's continued work towards research for pandemic threats.
Applications must include complete contact information, a research summary, accompanying documentation, two letters of recommendation, and a letter of acknowledgement from the applicant’s organization. The prize will be issued to the applicant's organization, which will receive $30,000 for indirect costs associated with the support of the work of the prize-winner.
Questions regarding application criteria or prize schedule can be directed to email@example.com or (571) 482-2724
Independent Jury Review
Nominations were reviewed by an independent jury led by Dr. Victor Dzau, President of the National Academy of Medicine.
The award presentation will be held on September 20, 2023, at Research!America’s National Health Research Forum in Washington, D.C.