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2024: Anne Ephrussi
2023: Sarah Teichmann
2022: Erin Schuman
2021: Molly Stevens
2020: Elly Tanaka
2019: Sara Linse
2018: Frauke Melchior
2017: Ottoline Leyser
2016: Fiona Watt
2015: Caroline Dean
2014: Pascale Cossart
2013: Genevi猫ve Almouzni
2012: Susan Gasser
2011: Carol Robinson
2010: Ingrid Grummt
2009: Anne Houdusse
2008: Naama Barkai

To contact the Working Group Chair, Prof. Caroline Dean, please use the Contact聽section of the website.