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. 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 2018: Call for nominations


EuroBIC Medal 2016
With great pleasure we announce Christelle Hureau as winner of the EuroBIC Medal 2016!

 
(Christelle's CV)
  Dr. Christelle Hureau
  Coordination Chemistry Laboratory - UPR CNRS 8241
  205 Route de Narbonne
  31077 Toulouse cedex 04
  FRANCE
  E-Mail


EuroBIC Medal Awardees to date

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