Candidates must be working as a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow under the guidance of a PROTEO member at the time of application. Applications must be received by March, 1st.
The prize, consisting of $5,000 and a certificate, will be presented at the PROTEO Annual Symposium in May. The awardee must agree to deliver a lecture on that occasion. The application package consists of :
The complete application package and the two support letters should be sent electronically at info@PROTEO.ulaval.ca no later than March, 1st.
Born in Grand-Mère, QC, Michèle Auger merited a B. Sc. in Biophysics from UQTR. She obtained a Ph. D. in Chemistry from the University of Ottawa and undertook postdoctoral reseach at the MIT, specializing in solid-state NMR applied to proteins. She pursued an outstanding scientific career in molecular biophysics at Université Laval before losing her battle to cancer at too young an age, on October 2018. She has been a model for generations of scientists, especially for women. Her engagement in the scientific community and in promoting science was notable and inspiring.