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Gold Medal

 

The EMBO Gold Medal is awarded annually to young scientists for outstanding contributions to the life sciences in Europe.

 

Young independent group leaders play a major role in building a strong research environment. EMBO places a focus on supporting the needs of young researchers at different stages of their careers. By awarding the EMBO Gold Medal, EMBO wishes to acknowledge and highlight some of the remarkable achievements of this group. EMBO Members are invited to nominate candidates, please refer to the nomination procedure.

 

The winner of the EMBO Gold Medal receives a hand-crafted medal and a bursary of 10,000 euros. The awardee is invited to receive the award and present their research at the The EMBO Meeting.

 

The winner is also invited to write a review that will be published in The EMBO Journal.

 

EMBO Gold Medal awards since 1986

2014 Sophie Martin CH

1999

Konrad Basler CH

2013

Thijn Brummelkamp NL

1998

Adriano Aguzzi CH

2012

Jiří Friml BE

1997

Dirk Görlich DE

2011

Simon Boulton UK

1996

Enrico Coen UK

2010

Jason W. Chin UK

1995

Richard Treisman UK

2009

Olivier Voinnet FR

1994

Paolo Sassone-Corsi US

2008

James Briscoe UK

1993

Jim Smith UK

2007

Jan Löwe UK

1992

Carl-Henrik Heldin SE

2006

Frank Uhlmann UK

1991

Patrick Stragier FR

2005

Dario Alessi UK

1990

Erwin F. Wagner ES

2004

Maria Blasco ES

1989

Hugh Pelham UK

2003

Anthony Hyman DE

1988

Antonio Lanzavecchia CH

2002

Amanda Fisher UK

1987

Barbara Pearse UK

2001

Matthew Freeman UK

1986

John Tooze US

2000

Christof Niehrs DE

   
 

Daniel St. Johnson UK

   

 

 

Nominations deadline

1 February

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