Anne Ephrussi receives FEBS|EMBO Women in Science award

FEBS and EMBL recognise Anne Ephrussi’s exceptional achievements in the life sciences

The FEBS | EMBO Women in Science Award celebrates outstanding female life scientists, recognising their research achievements and contribution to a particular discipline over the past five years in Europe. The awardees are inspiring role models who help pave the way for future generations of women in science.

Former Senior Scientist Anne Ephrussi receives the award for elucidating mechanisms of mRNA transport from the site of transcription to specific locations within polarised cells and the regulation of translation. 

In addition to her research, Ephrussi is honoured for excelling in mentoring young scientists as well as overseeing scientific training, conferences, education and public engagement. She demonstrated her commitment to training life scientists at all stages of their careers through her leadership of the EMBL International Centre for Advanced Training.

Read the full announcement on the EMBL website.


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