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Online ISSN: 1365-294X
Associated Title(s): Molecular Ecology Resources
Molecular Ecology Prize
The field of molecular ecology is a young and inherently interdisciplinary research area. As a consequence, research in molecular ecology is not currently represented by a single scientific society. Likewise, there is no body that actively promotes the discipline or recognizes its pioneers. To help fill this void, the editorial board of the journal Molecular Ecology created the Molecular Ecology Prize several years ago to recognize significant contributions to this area of research. A committee with a rotating membership was established to call for nominations and decide on prize winners. This international prize, which includes an engraved silver platter, thus far has been awarded to some of the most distinguished pioneers in this discipline. A short biography of the prize winner is published in Molecular Ecology each year, describing their contribution to the field.
The winner of the 2011 Molecular Ecology Prize is Deborah Charlesworth. Find out more here.