Each year, the Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale (FRM) honours outstandingly talented researchers who dedicate their lives to reversing the disease front. On October 14, at the Collège de France in Paris, the FRM awarded 14 scientific and research prizes and 2 communication prizes.
The Scientific Awards recognize researchers who, through the originality of their professional careers, contribute to the progress of knowledge and advances in medical research today and tomorrow.
Claire Rampon, CNRS Research Director and Director of the CRCA, received the 2019 Marie-Paule Burrus prize. This Prize is intended to reward a researcher conducting research on neurodegenerative diseases.