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2014 Award Winners

The scientists receive the awards in recognition of their achievements in a wide variety of fields of research and development. The awards recognize the excellence of their work and the profound implications their work has had for the research community and wider society.  

Madan Babu
Madan Babu

(MRC LMB, Cambridge, UK)

 

Colworth Medal

 


Juan Martin-Serrano
Juan Martin-Serrano

(King’s College London, London, UK)

 

GlaxoSmithKline Award


Harvey McMahon
Harvey McMahon

(MRC LMB, Cambridge, UK)

 

Morton Award 


Vamsi Mootha
Vamsi Mootha

(Harvard Medical School, USA)

 

 Keilin Award 


John Burke
John Burke

(MRC LMB, UK)

 

Early Career Research Award – Molecular Structure and Function


Jeff Errington
Jeff Errington

(University of Newcastle, UK)

 

Novartis Prize and Medal


Shankar Balasubramanian
Shankar Balasubramanian

(University of Cambridge, UK) 

 

Heatley Medal and Prize


Susan Taylor
Susan Taylor

(Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of California, USA)

 

 Biochemical Society Centenary Award 


Melina Schuh
Melina Schuh

(MRC LMB, UK)

 

Early Career Research Award – Cells


 

Professor Steve Busby, Chairman of the Awards Committee, said, ‘In the year the Biochemical Society celebrates 50 years of the Colworth Medal, it seems fitting that the 2014 winners demonstrate the strong future of biomolecular research in the UK and internationally. Our awards programme looks to not only showcase work already completed but to look ahead to the possibility of research yet to be done’.  

 

Award lectures will be presented throughout 2014 and will be published in Biochemical Society Transactions