The Sir Philip Randle lectureship is awarded biennially to a scientists from any part of the world. The awardee is selected on the basis of their contribution to the understanding of mammalian metabolism.
The award lecture will be presented, where appropriate, at a meeting organized jointly with a clinically orientated research society.
The Lecturer will be awarded an honorarium of £2000 and certificate. The Lecture will be published in Biochemical Society Transactions.
The winner of the 2013 Sir Philip Randle Lectureship is Gerald Shulman (Yale University, USA) who will present his award lecture at Talks about TORCs: recent advances in target of rapamycin signalling, Charles Darwin House, London, UK
The winner of the first Sir Philip Randle Lectureship in 2011 was Stephen O'Rahilly (University of Cambridge, UK).