John E. Sulston

Curriculum Vitae

John E. Sulston, born March 27, 1942. Nationality: British
Address: The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute,
Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1SA, UK
Academic Education and Appointments
1963 B.A. University of Cambridge, UK
1966 Ph.D. University of Cambridge, UK
1966-69 Postdoctoral fellow at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, San Diego, CA
1969 Staff Scientist MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
1992-00 Director of the Sanger Centre, Cambridge, UK
Selected Honours and Awards
1986 Elected to the Royal Society
1986 W. Alden Spencer Award
1991 Gairdner Foundation International Award
1996 Darwin Medal of the Royal Society
1998 Rosenstiel Award
2000 Pfizer Prize for Innovative Science
2000 George W Beadle Medal
2000 Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins Medal
2001 Knight Bachelor in New Year’s Honours list
2001 The Edinburgh Medal
2001 Prince of Asturias Award (Spain)

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