Emily Balskus receives NPR Lectureship at Directing Biosynthesis IV

Emily Balskus, winner of the 2014 NPR Emerging Investigator Lectureship, delivered her lecture entitled ‘Chemical discovery in the microbial world’ at Directing Biosynthesis IV

Chair of the Editorial Board Prof. Brad Moore was delighted to present Emily with the award. The NPR Lectureship is an annual event which is held at an international meeting, the recipient being a researcher who has made a significant contribution to any natural products-related research in their early independent career.

Read more on Emily’s research on the Balskus lab Homepage

Current and previous winners include:

Seth Herzon, Yale University, USA (2015 winner)
Rebecca Goss, University of St Andrews, UK (2013 winner)
Dean Tantillo, UC Davis Chemistry, USA (2012 winner)

Congratulations Emily!

Brad Moore, Chair of the NPR Editorial Board, presents Emily Balskus with her Lectureship

Emily about to present her lectureship talk on Chemical Discovery in the Microbial World

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