ISEK Fellowship

The ISEK FELLOWSHIP is the highest honour bestowed on a member of ISEK.

This Fellowship recognizes scientists that have contributed outstanding service to both our scientific discipline, and to the Society. To qualify for the ISEK Fellowship, scientists must be a current member of ISEK who has contributed to the organization through leadership and/or service. They must also have demonstrated outstanding contribution, and frequent and sustained efforts toward productivity or advancement of research, clinical practice, or education in the fields of electrophysiology and/or kinesiology, or related health care/science fields.

ISEK Fellows Nominations 2022

Open: June 1st – August 1st, 2021

ISEK invites nominations for Fellows of the Society. This honor recognizes scientists that have contributed outstanding service to both our scientific discipline, and to the Society.

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Qualifications

A current member of ISEK who:

  • Contributed to the organization through leadership and/or service that reflects the mission and ideals of ISEK,
  • Demonstrated outstanding contribution, and frequent and sustained efforts toward productivity or advancement of research, clinical practice, or education in the fields of electrophysiology and/or kinesiology, for a period of not less than 15 years preceding the nomination for election.

The individual must:

  • Be nominated by a member of ISEK. Self-nomination is also accepted.
  • Have been a member of ISEK for a total of at least six years at the time of application for Fellowship
  • Have verifiable supporting documentation of achievements, including current curriculum vita

Please note: Nominees cannot be a member of the ISEK Council at the time that the nomination is considered

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Considerations

  • Productivity/Advancement of the field can be defined as evidence of activities (including but not limited to receiving Society honors and awards; publication of articles in peer-reviewed journals; publication of books or book chapters; invited national and international lectures, addresses, symposia, and workshops; acquisition of research grants) that have contributed to the growth or development of any aspect of electrophysiology or kinesiology by impacting the science, clinical practice, or education in the field(s)
  • Advancement in education may be demonstrated by activities or publications that affected either the broad scope of educational theory and practice or that had a focused one-time or long-term effect in a specific content area of education, such as basic science or clinical education in electrophysiology and kinesiology.
  • Advancement in practice may be demonstrated with clinical, administrative, or education activities such as: the publication of articles and book chapters, holding and effectively using a significant position that impacts the broad scope of practice, invitations to present practice-related lectures and clinics or recognition by contract, grant, or achievement awards, in electrophysiology and kinesiology.

Nomination

To nominate an individual or self-nominate, please submit the following:

  • A letter of nomination from an ISEK member in good standing
  • CV of the nominee
  • List of specific contributions the nominee has made to the Society (max 1 page)

Nominations are due by Sunday, August 1st, 2021

Nominations should be submitted via email to the Society at: 

ISEK Fellows

Induction Year Name Institute
2004 Serge Roy Harvard University
2008 Catherine Disselhorst-Klug Helmholtz Institute
2008 Hermie Hermens University of Twente
2008 Roberto Merletti Politecnico di Torino
2010 Toshio Moritani Kyoto University
2010 Philip Parker University of New Brunswick
2012 Paolo Bonato Harvard University
2016 Carlo De Luca Boston University
2018 Dario Farina Georg-August University
2018 Moshe Solomonow University of Colorado Boulder