The International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT) has updated its web site and now includes, in its public pages, additional information for all the awarded scientists, outstanding researchers in the field of Transgenic Technologies, which have been awarded the ISTT Prize, generously sponsored by genOway, or the ISTT Young Investigador Award, generously sponsored by ingenious targeting laboratory.
These are the 10 outstanding scientists awarded the ISTT Prize for the period 2001-2014. The ISTT was founded in 2006 and the first ISTT Prize was awarded in Toronto, at the TT2008 meeting. Previously, these awards were known as the genOway Prize for transgenic technologies.
- Janet Rossant, 10th ISTT Prize, TT2014 meeting, Edinburgh, UK
- Allan Bradley, 9th ISTT Prize, TT2013 meeting, Guangzhou, China
- Ralph L. Brinster, 8th ISTT Prize, TT2011 meeting, Florida, USA
- A. Francis Stewart, 7th ISTT Prize, TT2010 meeting, Berlin, Germany
- Brigid Hogan, 6th ISTT Prize, TT2008 meeting, Toronto, Canada
- Charles Babinet, 5th genOway Prize, TT2007 meeting, Brisbane, Australia
- Andras Nagy, 4th genOway Prize, TT2005 meeting, Barcelona, Spain
- Qi Zhou, 3th genOway Prize, TT2004 meeting, Uppsala, Sweden
- Kenneth J. McCreath, 2nd genOway Prize, TT2002 meeting, Munich, Germany
- Teruhiko Wakayama, 1st genOway Prize, TT2001 meeting, Stockholm, Sweden
These are the 3 outstanding researchers awarded the ISTT Young Investigator Award for the period 2011-2014
- Feng Zhang, 3rd ISTT Young Investigator Award, TT2014 meeting, Edinburgh, UK
- Toru Takeo, 2nd ISTT Young Investigator Award, TT2013 meeting, Guangzhou, China
- Xiao-Yang Zhao, 1st ISTT Young Investigator Award, TT2011 meeting, Florida, USA