Professor Matt Dalby wins prestigious Biochemical Society award
Professor Dalby, Professor of Cell Engineering, Institute of Molecular Cell and Systems Biology, is one of 12 eminent scientists and exceptional early career researchers to be honoured at the annual Biochemical Society Awards, which exemplify the very best of the bioscience community in fields ranging from genetics and cell engineering to neuroscience and mitochondrial biology.
Professor Dalby received the Industry and Academic Collaboration Award, which recognises an outstanding individual who has made an inspirational contribution to the biosciences and to industry–academia interactions. He will be given the opportunity to deliver a lecture at a Society event, and is invited to submit an article to a Society-owned publication.
Professor Dalby commented: "I was very surprised, but clearly delighted, to receive news of winning this award. Over the last few years, much of my effort, along with colleagues such as Professor Manual Salmeron-Sanchez, has focused on engaging UK industry to form a community to support development of PhD students into diverse careers. This award makes all this effort feel very worthwhile."
First published: 28 July 2019