Geraldine Seydoux honored with Gruber Genetics Prize

Jill Bouchard

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Published March 14, 2022

The Gruber Foundation awarded three scientists, including condensate scientist Geraldine Seydoux, with the Gruber Genetics Prize last month. This $500,000 award recognizes leading scientists for “groundbreaking contributions to any realm of genetics research.” Seydoux’s contributions include her seminal work on P granules and phase separation, and “has helped make P granules a model for understanding the role of phase separation in a wide variety of cellular structures.”

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