About ARO Awards

ARO Achievement Awards
ARO Travel Awards

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ARO Achievement Awards

This year, two new awards have been added to recognize individual or team achievements in research and clinical practice related to ARO's mission:  the ARO Pioneer Award in Basic Science and the ARO Innovator Award in Clinical Science.  These join our longstanding ARO Award of Merit, and The Geraldine Dietz Fox Young Investigator Award. 

Nominations for all 4 awards are due on December 16, 2019

The following applies to all nominations: Nominees, nominators and letter-writers are not required to be ARO members.  Self-nominations are not accepted.  Nomination packages comprise a curriculum vitae (CV; or CVs for multi-investigator teams), a nomination letter that describes the research contributions of the nominee(s), and 1-2 supporting letters.  Letters may have multiple signatories.  

Please be advised that we will be posting specific instructions about where and how to submit the nominations on this page, no later than November 1, 2019.


ARO Award of Merit (2021)

Recognizes an individual who has made substantial scientific achievements in and contributions to the fields encompassed by otolaryngology. Nominees should be able to present a talk as part of the Award ceremony at the midwinter ARO meeting in 2021The selection will be made during the 2020 Midwinter meeting. 

See  ARO Award of Merit for more information and to submit a nomination.


The Geraldine Dietz Fox Young Investigator Award (2020)

Recognizes accomplishment and promise in research related to otolaryngology, in an area(s) represented at the Annual ARO meeting. Candidates should have a graduate degree (PhD, MD or equivalent) and be no more than 5 years beyond residency or postdoctoral training at the time of nomination. Only 1 letter of support is required; it may have multiple signatories. The selection will be made before the 2020 Midwinter meeting.

See Young Investigator Award for more information and to submit a nomination.


ARO Pioneer Award in Basic Science (2020)

Recognizes a body of work representing a significant advance in hearing, vestibular or related science, and established in the awardee’s own lab. The topic should be related to the scientific interests of the Association as represented at the Annual ARO meeting.  As the award is for a body of work, the award may be shared among investigators who have worked as a team.   The awardee(s) will be asked to give a scientific talk at the 2020 meeting (one per award). The selection will be made before the 2020 Midwinter meeting. 

See ARO Pioneer Award in Basic Science for more information and to submit a nomination.


ARO Innovator Award in Clinical Science (2020)

Recognizes a body of work that constitutes a significant advance relevant to clinical practice in hearing and vestibular disorders. The topic should be related to the scientific interests of the Association as represented at the Annual ARO meeting. As the award is for a body of work, the award may be shared among investigators who have worked as a team.   The awardee(s) will be asked to give a scientific talk at the 2020 meeting (one per award). The selection will be made before the 2020 Midwinter meeting.

See ARO Innovator Award in Clinical Science for more information and to submit a nomination.


ARO Travel Awards

For graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, residents, and audiologists, attendance at the MidWinter Meeting.  Deadline has already passed for applications for the 2020 MidWinter Meeting.  See ARO Travel Awards for more information and to submit an application.