Excellence in Research Journalism Award
The GSA Excellence in Research Journalism Award is designed to honor journalists who provide outstanding coverage of basic genetic research including studies of model organisms that link to human biology.
Nominees do not have to be science beat journalists, but the piece submitted must be original reporting on research that employs non-human model organisms such as fruit flies (Drosophila), roundworms (C. elegans), mice, yeast, fungi, or other organisms. Articles on human genetics testing or disease risk will not be considered. Print
print), radio, and TV pieces are eligible for entry.