This ISEE annual award for the best environmental epidemiology paper published in a peer-reviewed journal aims to recognize excellence in the field of environmental epidemiology and encourage the publication of outstanding papers.
Criteria for the award include but are not limited to:
- Quality (data, analyses, presentation, argument)
- Relevance to environmental epidemiology
The winning paper is selected by the Best Environmental Epidemiology Paper (BEEP) Award subcommittee and approved by the Executive Council. The handling editor of the journal in which the paper is published will receive a special certificate. Authors, editors, and readers may make nominations. Only outstanding papers should be nominated.
How to Nominate a Paper for the BEEP
Note, nominated papers for the 2018 award must be published in a scientific journal between Jan 1 and Dec 31, 2017
Nomination packages must contain:
- Nomination Letter
- Copy of the paper
- Brief statement (50-100 words) indicating the specific aspect of the paper that makes it outstanding (e.g., the value of its methodologic contribution or the policy controversy it contributes to resolving).
Send nominations and supporting statements to the ISEE Secretariat
with "Best Environmental Epidemiology Paper (BEEP) Nomination" appearing in the subject line. The winning paper will be announced during the annual conference.