Women Leadership and Development Award will be presented for being supportive in promoting the Chemistry Germany 2020 Conference and encouraging their Friends/Colleagues/Students to attend as a Delegate/Speaker/Oral or Poster Presenters. Chemistry Germany 2020 appreciates the effort of gathering the professionals by presenting a Gertrude B. Elion Award.
Gertrude Belle Elion was an American biochemist and pharmacologist, who shared the 1988 Nobel Prize in use of innovative methods of rational drug design for the development of new drugs. This new method focused on understanding the target of the drug rather than simply using trial-and-error. Her work led to the creation of the AIDS drug AZT. Her well known works also include the development of the first immunosuppressive drug, azathioprine, used to fight rejection in organ transplants, and the first successful antiviral drug, acyclovir(ACV), used in the treatment of herpes infection.
Gertrude Elion Awardee will be given Certificate, Memento, Registration fee and Accommodation refund as a token of appreciation.
Eligibility: Should be registered before the Award deadline for Chemistry Germany 2020.
Selection Criteria: Only women & Number of Suggestions to attend our conference and Promotion in various websites.
Deadlines for this award is at 11:59 pm USA (GMT-8) on Tuesday 04 August 2020
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