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Recipients

Jennifer A. Doudna, Ph.D
2018
Jennifer A. Doudna, Ph.D
For her pioneering research into the structure and function of RNA molecules.
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JoAnne Stubbe, Ph.D.
2017
JoAnne Stubbe, Ph.D.
For landmark research into the chemistry at the root of life.
Bonnie L. Bassler, Ph.D.
2016
Bonnie L. Bassler, Ph.D.
For key discoveries about how bacteria communicate.
Helen Hobbs, M.D.
2015
Helen Hobbs, M.D.
For her discoveries in human genetics.
Lucy Shapiro, Ph.D.
2014
Lucy Shapiro, Ph.D.
For her insights in developmental biology.
Huda Zoghbi, M.D.
2013
Huda Zoghbi, M.D.
For her discoveries in neurogenetics.
Joan A. Steitz, Ph.D.
2012
Joan A. Steitz, Ph.D.
For her revolutionary discoveries about the biological molecule RNA.
Brenda Milner, Ph.D.
2011
Brenda Milner, Ph.D.
For her study of memory which has revolutionized the way we understand the human brain.
Mary-Claire King, Ph.D.
2010
Mary-Claire King, Ph.D.
For her insights into immunology and cancer biology.
Janet Davison Rowley, M.D.
2010
Janet Davison Rowley, M.D.
For her insights into immunology and cancer biology.
Suzanne Cory, Ph.D.
2009
Suzanne Cory, Ph.D.
For her insights into immunology and cancer biology.
Elizabeth_Blackburn
2008
Elizabeth Blackburn, Ph.D.
For her insights into cellular aging and cancer.
Carol Greider
2008
Carol Greider, Ph.D.
For her insight into cellular aging and cancer.
Elizabeth_Blackburn
2008
Vicki Lundblad, Ph.D.
For her insight into cellular aging and cancer.
Gail Martin, Ph.D.
2007
Gail Martin, Ph.D.
For her contributions to the development of transgenic technologies.
Beatrice Mintz, Ph.D.
2007
Beatrice Mintz, Ph.D.
For her contributions to the development of transgenic technologies.
Elizabeth Robertson, Ph.D.
2007
Elizabeth Robertson, Ph.D.
For her contributions to the development of transgenic technologies.
Mary Lyon, Ph.D.
2006
Mary Lyon, Ph.D.
For her contributions to genetic research.
Philippa Marrack, Ph.D.
2005
Philippa Marrack, Ph.D.
In recognition of her numerous discoveries in the field of immunology.
Nicole le Douarin, Ph.D.
2004
Nicole le Douarin, Ph.D.
For her groundbreaking research in developmental biology.

Pearl Meister Greengard Prize



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Amanda Martinez
Associate Director, Women & Science Initiative
The Rockefeller University
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