EEMGS 2019

EEMGS 2019

Conference overview i. Why Attend the EEMGS Annual Meeting in Rennes? Rennes “The perfect location” The 47th EEMGS meeting will be held in Rennes, France, from 19th to the 23th of May 2018. As the capital of Brittany, Rennes is the beating heart of the regional...
Julia Bornhorst – Early Career Award 2019

Julia Bornhorst – Early Career Award 2019

Julia Bornhorst studied food chemistry at the University of Münster, Germany, where she also did her PhD from 2009-2012, in the group of Prof. Dr. Tanja Schwerdtle, working on “Manganese induced neurotoxicity”. From 2012 to 2013 Julia worked as an independent...
Frits Sobels Award 2019

Frits Sobels Award 2019

Barbara Tudek received her doctoral degree in 1983 from the Warsaw Medical University, Poland. After her PhD studies she went to Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, Canada, as a postdoc, followed by a stay at the Institute Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France....
In Memoriam – Dr. Richard Williams

In Memoriam – Dr. Richard Williams

We are greatly saddened to inform you that Dr. Richard Williams, our Chief Scientific Officer, passed away unexpectedly on the 29th of January. A senior and long-standing employee of Lhasa, we have lost a dear friend and valued colleague. Rich joined Lhasa as a...
2018 EEMGS Award Winners

2018 EEMGS Award Winners

2018 EEMGS Awards During the 46th EEMGS/30th GUM in Potsdam, Germany in March of this year, Andrew Collins received the EEMGS Frits Sobels Award and Rhiannon David received the EEMGS Young Scientist Award. In addition, 6 poster prices were awarded. Frits Sobels Award:...