HUPO 2023 World Congress

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HUPO Annual Awards

HUPO Annual Awards

The HUPO awards are presented annually at the HUPO World Congress. These distinguished awards recognize the outstanding efforts and achievements of individuals or groups advancing the field of proteomics. 

HUPO Annual Awards 2023

Be sure to attend the Awards Ceremony and Closing Session on Wednesday, September 20 at 16:30 (local time) to congratulate and support all winners:

Discovery in Proteomic Sciences Award

The Discovery in Proteomic Sciences Award recognizes a scientist for a single discovery in the field of proteomics.

Hannes Röst

Hannes Röst, University of Toronto, Canada

Rising Star Award

This career achievement award is designed to recognize early career researchers who have had an exceptional impact on the proteomics field and community. This impact can take the shape of publications, patents obtained, development of a commercial product, establishment of a course, training program, workshop or any other contributions or service to the field of proteomics.

Sponsored By: HUPO Early Career Researcher (ECR) Committee

Nicholas M. Riley

Nicholas M. Riley, University of Washington, USA

Clinical and Translational Proteomics Award

The Clinical and Translational Proteomics Award recognizes a scientist in the field of clinical and translational proteomics.

Rebekah Gundry

Rebekah Gundry, University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA

Science and Technology Award

Recognizes an individual or a team in private industry for the commercialization or (not necessarily) the invention of products, technologies or procedures which had the demonstrated effect in enabling proteome researchers to advance their science.

Sponsored By: HUPO Industrial Advisory Board (IAB)

Alexey Chernobrovkin

Alexey Chernobrovkin, Pelago Bioscience

Tomas Friman

Tomas Friman, Pelago Bioscience

Distinguished Achievement in Proteomic Sciences Award

The Distinguished Achievement in Proteomic Sciences Award recognizes a scientist for distinguished scientific achievements in the field of proteomic science.

Sponsored By: Journal of Proteome Research (ACS Publications)

Bernhard Küster

Bernhard Küster, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Distinguished Service Award

The Distinguished Service Award recognizes an exemplary member of the proteomic research community whose dedicated service has made indispensable contributions to the organization and mission of HUPO.

Henning Hermjakob

Henning Hermjakob, European Molecular Biology Laboratory European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), UK