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Biochemical Society Award

Biochemical Society

Description

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.

Recipients


2009:

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

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