Clévio Nóbrega, CBMR researcher, has been awarded by European Society for Neurochemistry with the prize “Young Scientist Lecturship Award 2017”. The distinction, attributed to the youngest and most promising European scientist, aims to recognize the excellence of research developed in the field of neurochemistry.
This year, the award came to the Algarve, recognizing the merit and innovation of the projects of this researcher, Principal Investigator at the Centre for Biomedical Research and head of the Molecular Neuroscience and Gene Therapy Laboratory.
The prize will be delivered on August 22, in Paris, at the Annual Congress of International Society for Neurochemistry, where the researcher will give a conference on his projects.
We proudly announce that the young European scientist of the year is Portuguese, teaches at the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Medicine, at the University of Algarve, and develops research at the Centre for Biomedical Research. Congratulations, Clévio!