PCRI announces the search for the
2016 HARRY PINCHOT AWARDEE
for dedication and support to the prostate cancer community
Harry Pinchot was widely recognized as one of the most knowledgeable prostate cancer advocate in the biology, prevention and treatment of prostate cancer. Pinchot made a positive impact on the lives of countless men afflicted by prostate cancer, and their loved ones, through his efforts at the Prostate Cancer Research Institute (PCRI).
He served as PCRI’s Program Director for over a decade, and was known as “Helpline Harry” because he was always taking calls from concerned prostate cancer patients. His devotion to the mission of educating men and highlighting the plight of those affected by the disease has earned him national recognition.
Harry Pinchot lost his 13-year battle with prostate cancer in January 2008. In his honor, PCRI would like to recognize unsung heroes like Harry that are out there making a difference in other people’s lives. Winners from previous years include: Howard Hansen, Johnny R. Payne, Bill Blair, Ralph Valle, Chuck Maack, Murray Corwin, Jim O'Hara, Rick Profit, Peter Doherty, Lyle LaRosh, Phillip Olsen, Joel Nowak and Gene Van Vleet.
Only individuals may be nominated. These men and women will be judged by their accomplishments and personal attributes that show excellence in prostate cancer education, research, advocacy, and community support.
Who May Nominate:
Any individual or organization
- Completed nomination form (see button below)
- Letter of recommendation from any of the following: a medical professional, a research organization, a member of the prostate cancer community. (Please email recommendation letters to email@example.com)
An evaluation committee will read and review the submissions. One individual who best exemplifies the attributes and accomplishments of Harry Pinchot will be selected to receive the Award*, which will be presented on Saturday, September 10, 2016 at the Gala Dinner during the Prostate Cancer Conference at the Marriott LAX Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The Awardee will receive: a plaque of recognition, $500 cash and gifts, all-expense paid trip to attend the 2016 conference, and a lifetime registration-free access to PCRI conferences and supply of PCRI’s educational materials.
* Awards and gifts are non-transferable. 2016 Conference expenses are only for 2-night hotel stay, domestic coach travel, conference registration and Saturday dinner.