BBI Impact Award
Written by Jackie Newman  
Sunday, 02 October 2016
BBI Impact Award
 
 
 
 

BBI Impact Award

Professor Keith W. Kelley, spouse Sara and daughter Megan (Kelley Family) have established the Brain, Behavior, and Immunity Impact Award. The goal of this award is to promote submission and publication of high-quality, cutting-edge research in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity and to increase visibility and participation in the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society. The winner will be the corresponding author of the paper with the most citations from those articles published during thecalendar year three years prior to the award. For example, the 2017 award will be determined by the greatest number of non-self-citations in 2016 to articles published in 2014. The Kelley Family will provide an annual gift of $5,000 per year for the PNIRS to present to the winner of the Brain, Behavior, and Immunity Impact Award. The winner will be notified in April and is required to attend the annual PNIRS meeting to be recognized.

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