Elisa Guma & the Communications Committee
Congratulations to the OHBM 2023 award winners .
Each year, the Organization for Human Brain Mapping recognizes members of the field of human brain imaging for their outstanding contributions to the field. We would like to congratulate this year’s awardees, who were recognized at the 2023 OHBM Annual Meeting.
Over the next few weeks we will be showcasing their contributions to the field through a series of blog posts.
The award recipients are listed below:
Diversity and Inclusivity Champion - Ruchika Prakash, for her contribution to increasing diversity and inclusivity within the field of human brian mapping.
Education in Neuroimaging Award - Janaina Mourao-Miranda, for her significant contribution to education and training in the field of neuroimaging.
Early Career Investigator Award - Catie Chang, for her significant contributions to the field of human brain mapping.
Fellow of OHBM - Aina Puce, Xi-Nian Zuo, and Karen Berman, for their outstanding academic and intellectual leadership in the disciplines represented by the Society over an extended period of time.
Glass Brain Award (lifetime achievement) - Michael Petrides, for leading researchers by using or facilitating neuroimaging to discover original and influential findings regarding the organization and function of the human brain.
Karl Zilles Award in Integrative Neuroscience - Justine Hansen, for her work in integrating modern neuroanatomical approaches with multi-model in-vivo neuroimaging.
Mentor Award - Olaf Sporns, for his leadership in developing early career researchers including undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral trainees.
Open Science Award - Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM) Team, for the teams’ sustained and impactful efforts in the area of open science.
Replication Award - Charles Laidi, for the best replication study, highlighting OHBM’s commitment to reproducibility in neuroimaging research.
Editor’s Choice Awards