Life Sciences Award
As part of our social outreach program at Thermo Fisher Scientific, we are proud to once again open submissions for our Young Investigator Award. This award will be presented in recognition of a researcher who has recently published work in a scientific
journal and whose research meets the criteria of having significant biological relevance, a high impact on the research community, transparency in materials and methodology for peers, and exemplifies innovation in utilizing a pre-established or new
process or methodology in the field of life science research.
2017 Young Investigator Award Winner
We would like to congratulate our 2017–18 winner, Anthony W. P. Fitzpatrick of Columbia University, for the paper: Cryo-EM structures
of tau filaments from Alzheimer’s disease. Anthony will receive his cash prize and will be featured in a sponsored talk on his subject at the Biophysical Society Show.
Learn about our 2016 Young Investigator Award winner, Yuan Gao of UCSF