The deadline for nominations is April 11, 2023.
1.1. To identify and support talented young researchers, to promote the professional growth of scientific youth, to encourage the creative activity of young scientists in conducting research, the Russian National Congress of X-ray Diagnosticians and Physicians once a year awards professor Yu.N. Sokolov prize to young scientists for the best research paper on radiation diagnostics.
1.2. The competition for the prize for young scientists is held in the section “Radiation Diagnostics”.
1.3. For the award of a prize to young scientists, research papers performed by the authors themselves are accepted. The authors of research papers that took 1, 2 and 3 places are awarded with diplomas of degree 1, 2 and 3 laureates.
1.4. Research papers for the award of young scientists are sent to the Expert Commission for the prize by e-mail: email@example.com. Email theme: Yu.N. Sokolov prize
1.5. The deadline for accepting research papers is April 11, 2023.
2.1. Young scientists are nominated for scientific awards, contributing to the development of scientific knowledge, distinguished by originality in the formulation and solution of scientific problems related to the section “Radiation diagnostics” (radiologic method, computed and magnetic resonance imaging, radionuclide diagnostics, interventional radiology, ultrasound and functional diagnostics).
2.2. For the prize for young scientists, papers are nominated that are performed by scientific and other young employees, residents, graduate students and doctoral students of institutions and organizations of the Ministry of Health, RAS, universities, research and medical institutions, as well as other medical organizations under the age of 30 years inclusive at the time of submission of the paper to the competition.
2.3. Each paper nominated for a prize for young scientists must meet REJR requirements.
3.1. Papers submitted for the award for young scientists are evaluated by the Expert Commission after a preliminary review, design and systematization.
3.2. The Expert Commission for the Yu.N. Sokolov Prize consists of:
Chairman of the Commission: Dolgushin B.I., academician of the RAS
Executive Secretary: Ustyuzhanin D.V., Ph.D.
3.3. The expert commission is authorized to make decisions if more than half of its nominal members takes part in the vote. The decision of the expert commission shall be deemed adopted if it receives more than two-thirds of the votes of the number of voting members of the commission
3.4. The expert commission makes decision by secret or open ballot. The ballot for secret ballot includes papers selected by the expert commission.
3.5. Voting is held for all papers simultaneously. A member of the expert commission can vote not more than for one work entered on the ballot or put to an open vote. Note. A ballot without marks or with the marks “recommending” more than one paper is considered invalid.
3.6. If during the voting none of the candidates received more than two thirds of the number of voted members of the expert commission present, the commission has the right to revote only once, indicating this in the protocol. Papers received more than one third of the votes of the members of the expert commission during the first ballot may be included in the ballot for re-voting.
3.7. The decision of the Expert Commission on awarding prizes for young scientists for the best research paper in the section “Radiation Diagnostics” is published on the official website of the Congress (