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John G. Rangos Medal of Honor in Creative Thinking

Purpose:  To inspire students to generate original and creative ideas to solve "The Riddle of Cancer Therapy" we are challenging Johns Hopkins trainees to compete for the Rangos Medal along with a cash prize. We will also assist the trainees in ways to test their ideas.

Eligibility:  Open to currently enrolled full-time trainees at any division of the Johns Hopkins University including undergraduates, graduate and medical students, residents and fellows.  Answers must be the ideas of trainees and cannot have been funded from another source to be eligible.  All aspects of student's ideas and this award must comply with all Johns Hopkins University policies.

Funding:   1st prize:  $20,000(John G. Rangos Medal); 2nd prize:  $5,000; 3rd prize: $1,000

Deadline for Nominations:    November 1, 2011

Website:   http://prostatecancerprogram.onc.jhmi.edu/rangosAward

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