EuroBIC MEDAL


The EuroBIC medal is awarded biannually at the occasion of the "European Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conferences" (EuroBICs). The medal will be given to a younger scientist in her/his early career, doing exciting and top-level research in the field of Bioinorganic Chemistry in a laboratory of a European country and being an active member of the European Bioinorganic Chemistry community. Since 1994 (EuroBIC-2), the European Medal for Bioinorganic Chemistry, also denoted EUROBIC Medal Award, is presented in conjunction with the conference, customary as part of the closing ceremony.

EuroBIC Medal 2022
With great pleasure we announce this year's awardee of the EuroBIC Medal:

 

  Dr. Maxie M. Roessler
  Imperial College London
  Department of Chemistry
  82 Wood Lane
  W12 0BZ London
  UNITED KINGDOM
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EuroBIC Medal Awardees to date

2022: Maxie M. Roessler, Imperial College London, London, UK
2020: Aidan R. McDonald, University of Dublin, Ireland
         Kallol Ray, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany
2018: Gilles Gasser, Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University, Paris, France
2016: Christelle Hureau, Coordination Chemistry Laboratory - UPR CNRS 8241, Toulouse, France
2014: Xile Hu, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
2012: Angela Casini, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
2010: Martin Högbom, Stockholm University, Sweden
2008: Roland K. O. Sigel, University of Zurich, Switzerland
2006: Antonio V. Xavier, The New University of Lisbon, Portugal
2004: Maria Armenia Carrondo, The New University of Lisbon, Portugal
2002: Peter M. H. Kroneck, University of Konstanz, Germany
2000: Simon P. J. Albracht, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
         Juan C. Fontecilla-Camps, University Joseph Fourier, France
1998: Fraser A. Armstrong, University of Oxford, UK
1996: Claudio Luchinat, University of Florence, Italy
1994: Wilfred R. Hagen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

EuroBIC Medal: Applicability criteria, application process & selection committee

1. Applicability criteria
The medal will be given to a younger scientist in her/his early career, doing exciting and top-level research in the field of Bioinorganic Chemistry in a laboratory of a European country and being an active member of the European Bioinorganic Chemistry community.
Nominees should have received the Ph.D. degree no longer than 15 years before the nomination deadline, and should not be fully established (tenured professorship, directorship etc.). The medalist will present a plenary lecture at the next EuroBIC conference following his or her selection.

2. Application process
Nominations/applications are requested to be sent electronically to the present EuroBIC secretary (Eva Freisinger) and should contain the following items:
  • Letter of nomination/application (not to exceed 2 pages) describing the accomplishments of the candidate and her or his active contribution to the European Bioinorganic Chemistry community (e.g. participation in at least two of the last three EuroBIC conferences)
  • CV (maximum 2 pages), complete list of publications
  • copies (PDF format) of the three most important publications by the candidate that support the nomination/application
  • two letters of support of established researchers from the field of bioinorganic chemistry
  • Self-nominations are possible

  • Deadline for nominations for the EuroBIC MEDAL 2024 is January 03, 2024.
    The call will open in Novermber 2023.

    3. Selection committee
    The selection committee consists of 6-8 members, namely 2-3 previous medal winners and 4-5 senior European Bioinorganic Chemists of different expertise and different nationalities. The EuroBIC secretary is in charge of organizing the selection process, but does not vote herself.