The European Society for Gene and Cell Therapy seeks to honour one eminent scientist each year who has made a significant and lasting contribution to the advancement of the field. The winner is competitively selected on the basis of quality and impact of their research career. We are delighted to award the 2014 prize to Professor Manuel Grez whose work on Vectors and their novel application to the treatment of disease has been crucial to the development of new therapies. In addition the work of Professor Grez and his team has enabled many research groups across the world to overcome challenges in their own vector development. The Outstanding Achievement Award is supported by Mary Ann Liebert Publishing.
The European Society for Gene and Cell Therapy seeks to honour up to three young, upcoming scientist each year who have shown great promise and have already made a considerable contribution to the advancement of the field. The winners are competitively selected on the basis of quality, novelty and impact of their research career so far and their promise to go on to be eminent senior researchers. In 2014 only two nominees were deemed of high enough calibre to receive the YIA and we are delighted to honour Volker Busskamp and Vincenzo Cerullo .The Young Investigator Awards are supported by Généthon
Polychronis Fatouros, Germany
Pietro Genovese, Italy
Sonia Guedan Carrio, USA
Johanna Laakkonen, Finland
Nico Lachmann, Germany
Kathleen Boerner, Germany
Delia D'Avola, Spain
Alba Rodríguez García, Spain
Maria Grazia Biferi, France
Camille Levy, France
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