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Geneviève Almouzni to receive the 2013 FEBS | EMBO Women in Science Award
Date:2/5/2013

itorial board of The EMBO Journal. "Her capacity to succeed at all levels and still have the time and energy for others is admirable," stated her colleague Edith Heard, Research Unit director at the Institut Curie.

The 2013 FEBS | EMBO Women in Science Award of 10,000 euros will be presented to Genevive Almouzni on 9 July at the FEBS Congress in St. Petersburg, Russia, where she will give a special lecture. Nominations for the 2014 FEBS | EMBO Women in Science Award close on 15 October 2013. For more information, please visit: http://www.embo.org/policy-and-society/women-in-science/women-in-science-award.html or http://www.febs.org/women-award.

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Genevive Almouzni studied biology at the cole Normale Suprieure in Paris. She completed her PhD at the University of Paris 6 and started her professional career in the laboratory of Marcel Mchali, where she managed to identify critical molecular mechanisms regulating DNA replication and chromatin assembly. After completing a CNRS research assistant position in 1991, she moved to the lab of Alan Wolffe, a scientist who turned the chromatin field into a mainstream research subject. In 1994, Genevive Almouzni was awarded a junior investigator grant of the CNRS and started as a junior group leader at the Institut Curie.

She has held appointments as head of research unit and deputy director of the Institut Curie. The French scientist received the silver medal of the CNRS and became a member of the scientific advisory board of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory and Panel Member of the European Research Council (ERC). Recently, she received an ERC Advanced Investigator grant and obtained a Laboratory of Excellence grant from the French Ministry of Research. She has served as elected member of the EMBO Council
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