The Biochemical Society wishes to recognize the impact of research carried out by early career scientists i.e. those who have been awarded their PhD within the last 5 years. It is expected that successful candidates will have produced international quality research outputs, and be able to demonstrate ambitions and aspirations consistent with the potential to achieve world-leading status. These awards will, on a 2 year cycle, recognize the breadth of science across the Society's Theme Panels. Each awardee will receive an honorarium of £1000 and a medal.
Araxi Urrutia (University of Bath, UK) - Theme Panel I Genes
Paul Curnow (University of Bristol, UK) - Theme Panel III Bioinformatics and Metabolism
David Komander (Institute of Cancer Research, UK) Theme Panel V Signal Transduction