2013 Award Winners

The Colworth Medal

The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce the 2013 awards winners. The scientists receive the awards in recognition of their achievements in a wide variety of fields of research and development. The awards recognise the excellence of their work and the profound implications their work has had for the research community and wider society.  

–          The Colworth MedalRobin May (University of Birmingham)
–          The Novartis Medal and PrizeTony Kouzarides (University of Cambridge)
–          The AstraZeneca AwardAlec Jeffreys (University of Leicester)
–          Biochemical Society AwardTom Blundell (University of Cambridge)
–          Centenary AwardG. Marius Clore (NationalInstitute of Health, Bethesda)
–          Heatley Medal and PrizeMervyn Bibb (John Innes Centre)
–          Thudichum MedalMichael Ehlers (Pfizer)
–          Sir Philip Randle LectureGerald Shulman (Yale University)

Early Career Research Awards

The Early Career Research Award

–          Theme Panel I – Genes – Joe Yeeles (Rockefeller Research Center)
–          Theme Panel III – Bioenergetics and Metabolism – Alison Parkin (University of Oxford)
–          Theme Panel V – Signal Transduction – Kristopher Clark (University of Dundee)

Professor Steve Busby, Chairman of the Awards Committee, said, ‘The Biochemical Society’s Awards will recognise scientists at all career stages, across the whole breadth of the molecular biosciences, and the award lectures in 2013 will showcase the amazing contributions that the winners have made.’

All of the award prize and medal lectureships will take place in 2013 and all lectures are published in Biochemical Society Transactions.

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