The David Glick Lectureship Award

David Glick, Ph.D. (1908-2000) was an internationally recognized scientist for his work in quantitative histochemistry.  He trained a large number of histochemists who have made important contributions to science and in particular to histochemistry and cytochemistry. Dr. Glick was a founder of the Histochemical Society and played a critical role on the early direction and development of The Society.

The International Congress of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry is held every four years and is the occasion on which the International Federation of Societies for Histochemistry and Cytochemistry awards the David Glick Lectureship. In addition to delivering the Glick Lecture at the International Congress, the recipient receives a cash award, complimentary registration, and reimbursement of all reasonable travel expenses (paid from a restricted fund established in 1982 from an anonymous gift for this purpose and administered by the Histochemical Society).

Each member society of the International Federation may nominate one of its own members for the Glick Lectureship Award. Anyone may submit a nomination for the Histochemical Society’s nominee, in writing, to the Histochemical Society Awards and Membership Committee. A vote of the full Council must be taken in time to meet the deadline for submission of nominations to the Glick Lectureship Committee of the International Federation, usually in January of the year in which the Congress is held. The Executive Board of the Federation and a representative of the Histochemical Society choose the recipient of the award.

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