The Medimmune Protein and Peptide Science Award
Awarded in recognition of excellence in any area of protein and peptide science.
- Open to everyone without restriction
- Candidates should be nominated by at least two members of the RSC
- A one page CV for the candidate which should include a website URL, a summary of their education and career, a list of 5 relevant publications and total numbers of publications and patents
- A one page supporting statement from each referee outlining the reason for nomination
- The Award winner will be chosen by a subcommittee of the RSC Protein and Peptide Science Group
- The Award winner will receive £1000, a medal and certificate and will be expected to give a lecture at a meeting organized by the PPSG in the 12 months following the Award
The award is made biennially; nominations for the 2015 award are open until 31 January 2015.
2013 Award Winner - Dr Ed Tate
Dr Ed Tate, Imperial College London
The Protein and Peptide Science Group (PPSG) is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2013 Medimmune Protein and Peptide Science Award is Dr Edward Tate, Imperial College, London.
In recent years Dr Ed Tate has made a significant contribution to chemical approaches for understanding protein post translational modification, the study of protein-protein interaction inhibitors and the chemical proteomic de novo discovery and validation of drug targets.
Dr Ed Tate will receive his award, and give the Pleanary Lecture, at the PPSG Early Stage Researcher Meeting in the autumn 2013.
Past winners of the MedImmune Protein and Peptide Science Group Award.
Contact and Further Information
Mr Kevin Howland MRSC
University of Kent, Department of Biosciences, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7NJ
Tel: +44 (0) 1227 827987