The Novartis Medal and Prize is awarded annually in recognition of contributions to the development of any branch of biochemistry. The award is for work carried out in the UK or RoI but is open to candidates of any nationality.
The recipient of the Prize receives the Novartis Medal and an honourarium of £3000. The award lecture is delivered at a Society conference, and the awardee is invited to submit an article to a Society-owned journal.
The award was donated in 1964 by the Ciba Laboratories, Horsham (later Ciba-Geigy).
Jeff Errington (University of Newcastle, UK), the 2014 Novartis Medal Winner, pictured receiving his Medal from Society President Ron Laskey.
Matthew Freeman (University of Oxford, UK), will give the 2015 Novartis Medal Lecture at ‘Organelle Crosstalk in Membrane Dynamics and Cell Signalling’ Edinburgh, 26—29 October 2015