Early Career Award

Early Career Award

Since 2007, the IWGSC has included an early career speaker in all of its sponsored workshops. The goal is to engage young and early career scientists in wheat genomics broadly and in the IWGSC specifically. Since its inception, 22 early career scientists have been selected and have benefited from the opportunity to present their work to a large audience in an international scientific meeting.
In 2021, the award became the IWGSC and Catherine Feuillet early Career Award.

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Carolyn Mukiri was awarded the IWGSC and Catherine Feuillet Early Career Award and will receive her award at the Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG) in San Diego, California (USA) in January 2024. Carolyn also received a travel stipend to allowed her to travel to the PAG conference to present a talk during the IWGSC main workshop on Saturday 13 January 2024.
Daniela Miller was awarded the IWGSC and Catherine Feuillet Early Career Award and received her award at the Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG) in San Diego, California (USA) in January 2023. Daniela also received a travel stipend to allowed her to travel to the PAG conference to present a talk during the IWGSC main workshop on Saturday 14 January 2023.
Ellie Taagen was awarded the IWGSC and Catherine Feuillet Early Career Award and received her award at the Plant & Animal Genome Conference XXIX (PAG) in San Diego, California (USA) in January 2022. Ellie also received a travel stipend to allowed her to travel to the PAG conference to present a talk during the IWGSC main workshop on Saturday 8 January 2022.
Created in 2007, the prestigious Early Career Award is awarded to talented early career scientists working on wheat genomics. The goal of the award is to engage early career scientists in wheat research broadly and in the IWGSC specifically.
Harriet Benbow was awarded an IWGSC Early Career Award and received her award at the Plant and Animal Genome Conference (PAG) in San Diego, California (USA) in January 2020. Harriet also received a travel stipend to allowed her to travel to the PAG conference to present a talk during the IWGSC main workshop on Saturday 11 January 2020.
Carolina Sansaloni was awarded an IWGSC Early Career Award and received her award at the Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG) in San Diego, California (USA) in January 2019. Carolina also received a travel stipend to allowed her to travel to the PAG conference to present a talk during the IWGSC main workshop on Saturday 12 January 2019.
Joanna Melonek was awarded an IWGSC Early Career Award and received her award at the Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG) in San Diego, California (USA) in January 2018. Joanna also received a travel stipend that allowed her to travel to the PAG conference to present a talk during the IWGSC main workshop on Saturday 13 January 2018.
Naeela Qureshi was awarded an IWGSC Early Career Award and her supervisor, Urmil Bansal, received her award in her behalf in January 2017 at PAG.
Tingting Zhu was awarded an IWGSC Early Career Award and received her award in January 2016 at PAG.
Ricardo Ramirez was awarded an IWGSC Early Career Award and received his award in January 2015 at PAG 2015.
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Modification date: 01 September 2023 | Publication date: 20 November 2020 | By: ic