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Photos of the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Anniversary Prizes 2023: Pernas and Kaila

The 澳门正版大全免费资料 Anniversary Prize of the Gesellschaft f眉r Biochemie und Molekularbiologie (GBM) is awarded for outstanding achievements in the field of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology or related sciences by the upcoming generation of senior scientists, with the awardees selected from researchers under 40 years of age invited to give a lecture at one of the symposia or workshops held during a 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress. The award comprises a certificate and 鈧2000.

澳门正版大全免费资料 and are pleased to announce that this year鈥檚 recipients of a 澳门正版大全免费资料 Anniversary Prize are Ville Kaila (Stockholm University, Sweden) and Lena Pernas (Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Germany). We hope you will join us at their talks during the (8鈥12 July 2023, France) to hear about their work and see them congratulated on their award. Find more details below about their careers and Congress talk times.

Portrait photo of Ville R. I. KailaVille Kaila

Ville R. I. Kaila received his PhD in Biochemistry in 2009 at the University of Helsinki in the group of M氓rten Wikstr枚m. After his PhD, he worked as an EMBO Long-Term fellow at the National Institutes of Health, USA with Gerhard Hummer. In 2013 he was appointed (W2) Professor at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and tenured in 2018 (W3). In 2019, he moved with where he currently is Full Professor of Biochemistry. His research is focused on understanding mechanistic principles of biological energy conversion, which he explores by integrative computational, structural, and biophysical approaches.

Visit for more details and join us at his talk during the 澳门正版大全免费资料 47th Congress, on 鈥淏iological energy transduction in action – deciphering the molecular mechanism of the remarkable Complex I superfamily鈥 during the symposium on 12 July 2023 (9:00鈥11:00).

Portrait photo of Lena Pernas
Photo credit to Katharina Link

Lena Pernas

Lena Pernas received her PhD in microbiology and immunology from Stanford University where she studied mechanisms of microbe鈥搈itochondria communication with John Boothroyd, and how chronic microbial infection affects human immune responses. She continued this work in the lab of Luca Scorrano at the University of Padua as an EMBO Long-Term and then Life Science Research Foundation fellow. She started at the in 2019 where her lab investigates the mechanisms by which an infected cell actively rewires metabolic processes and organellar function to defend cells against microbes. Lena received the ERC Starting Grant in 2019 and the 2022 BINDER Innovation Prize.

Visit for more details and join us at her talk during the 澳门正版大全免费资料 47th Congress, on 鈥淥rganelle and metabolic dynamics of the host鈥損athogen interaction鈥 during the symposium on 11 July 2023 (16:00鈥18:00).


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