European Molecular Biology Organization

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The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
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Motto excellence in the life sciences
Formation 1964
Membership 1600 members[1][2][3]
Director
Maria Leptin
Website www.embo.org

The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) is an organization of life scientists. Since 1964,[4] scientists have been elected annually as members of EMBO[5] based on excellence in research. There are more than 1600 EMBO Members today, sixty-six of whom have received the Nobel Prize. EMBO is also founding member of the Initiative for Science in Europe.

The current EMBO Director is Professor Maria Leptin,[6][7] a developmental biologist at the University of Cologne, Germany.

Scientific exchange[edit]

With over 80 meetings attracting more than 6,000 participants every year, EMBO offers the largest number of scientific training events in Europe.[citation needed]

EMBO publishes four peer-reviewed journals: The EMBO Journal,[8] EMBO Reports,[9] Molecular Systems Biology[10] and EMBO Molecular Medicine.[11] These span a broad spectrum of molecular biology topics and reflect how science is changing the world.

EMBO promotes Europe as a research location to foreign researchers, and increases awareness of options for research and training in the life sciences in Europe. This strengthens ties with scientific communities worldwide.

Annually awarded, the EMBO Gold Medal recognises significant contributions of European researchers to the advancement of science.

EMBO Gold Medal Holders[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Category:Members of the European Molecular Biology Organization
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  5. ^ Find an EMBO member
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  7. ^ Professor Maria Leptin, EMBO Director
  8. ^ Rørth, P. (2005). "Authors, reviewers and editors at the EMBO Journal". The EMBO journal 24 (22): 3831–3833. doi:10.1038/sj.emboj.7600851. PMC 1283950. PMID 16453402.  edit
  9. ^ Gannon, F. (2000). "A new journal-in more than one way". EMBO reports 1: 1. doi:10.1093/embo-reports/kvd007.  edit
  10. ^ Aebersold, R. (2005). "Molecular Systems Biology: A new journal for a new biology?". Molecular Systems Biology 1: E1. doi:10.1038/msb4100009.  edit
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  12. ^ Chin, J. W. (2011). "Reprogramming the genetic code". The EMBO Journal 30 (12): 2312–2324. doi:10.1038/emboj.2011.160. PMC 3116288. PMID 21602790.  edit
  13. ^ Briscoe, J. (2009). "Making a grade: Sonic Hedgehog signalling and the control of neural cell fate". The EMBO Journal 28 (5): 457–465. doi:10.1038/emboj.2009.12. PMC 2647768. PMID 19197245.  edit
  14. ^ Uhlmann, F. (2007). "What is your assay for sister-chromatid cohesion?". The EMBO Journal 26 (22): 4609–4618. doi:10.1038/sj.emboj.7601898. PMC 2080813. PMID 17962808.  edit
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  19. ^ St Johnston, D. (2001). "MEDAL REVIEW: The beginning of the end". The EMBO Journal 20 (22): 6169–6179. doi:10.1093/emboj/20.22.6169. PMC 125742. PMID 11707389.  edit
  20. ^ Basler, K. (2000). "EMBO Gold Medal 1999. Waiting periods, instructive signals and positional information". The EMBO journal 19 (6): 1168–1175. doi:10.1093/emboj/19.6.1169. PMC 305657. PMID 10716916.  edit
  21. ^ Aguzzi, A. (1998). "Grafting mouse brains: From neurocarcinogenesis to neurodegeneration". The EMBO Journal 17 (21): 6107–6114. doi:10.1093/emboj/17.21.6107. PMC 1170937. PMID 9799220.  edit
  22. ^ Gorlich, D. (1998). "Transport into and out of the cell nucleus". The EMBO Journal 17 (10): 2721–2727. doi:10.1093/emboj/17.10.2721. PMC 1170612. PMID 9582265.  edit