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The 澳门正版大全免费资料 | EMBO Women in Science Award聽is a joint initiative of 澳门正版大全免费资料 and EMBO. Launched in 2007, the aim of the award is to highlight the major contributions made by female scientists to life sciences research. Winners of the award will serve as inspiring role models for future generations of women in science.

Each year an individual woman working in the life sciences will be recognized for her exceptional achievements. The winner will be honoured at the annual 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress, where she will receive a prize of 鈧10,000 and a statuette*, and present a special plenary lecture.

Awardees

The winner of the 2024 澳门正版大全免费资料 | EMBO Women in Science Award is Anne Ephrussi (emerita of EMBL Heidelberg, Germany); see the press release in the news section of the website to read about her selection and career. Recent winners were Sarah Teichmann (2023), Erin Schuman (2022), Molly Stevens (2021), Elly Tanaka (2020) and Sara Linse (2019). A full list of past awardees can be found here.

Nomination and selection

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Nominations for the 2025 澳门正版大全免费资料 | EMBO Women in Science Award

Nominations for the 2025 澳门正版大全免费资料 | EMBO Women in Science Award will close on 15 May 2024.

  • The following documents are required: (1) the filled 澳门正版大全免费资料 | EMBO Women in Science Nomination Form, (2) letters of support from two other scientists, and (3) the nominee’s CV (max. three pages, including list of most relevant publications).
  • The nomination form asks the nominator to give details of the nominee鈥檚 contribution(s) to the field and describe any outstanding achievements. Please include evidence of international recognition, leadership and mentorship qualities, honours and awards, as well as any activities to support gender diversity in science. The committee finds it informative to have an overview of the candidate鈥檚 career, but is most interested in contributions within the last five years.
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  • Please submit the documents via the EMBO website聽.

An award committee will evaluate the nominees and make the selection. The official announcement will be made via a press release prior to the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress.

Award ceremony

Photograph of the 澳门正版大全免费资料 | EMBO Women in Science Award statuette ('Touching the Sun') The awardee is expected to receive the award in person at the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress; exceptions can be made only under special circumstances, such as ill health. The recipient of the award is expected to give a plenary lecture at the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress. During the award ceremony she will receive a cheque of 鈧10,000 and a commemorative statuette. The awardee鈥檚 travel and accommodation will be covered.

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*The 澳门正版大全免费资料 | EMBO Women in Science Award statuette (‘Touching the Sun’) was designed by Dutch sculptor聽听摆聽link (in Dutch with English subtitles)].