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In the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)’s 60th anniversary year, Professor Zoltan Molnar is one of 100 new Members and 20 Associate Members joining the community. The new EMBO Members and Associate Members have been recognized for accomplishments that cover the spectrum of life science research.

The EMBO Membership consists of more than 2,000 of the leading researchers in Europe and around the world. Election as EMBO Member recognizes a scientist’s research excellence and outstanding achievements. EMBO Members influence the direction of European science and strengthen research communities across Europe.

EMBO Director Fiona Watt said: ‘The new EMBO Members and Associate Members have made immense contributions to fundamental life science research, and, in many cases, their work has paved the way for innovations that have improved lives and livelihoods around the world. As EMBO marks its 60th anniversary, we celebrate the pivotal roles played by the EMBO Membership in strengthening international life science research and contributing to the EMBO Programmes and activities. I send my warmest congratulations to all those elected.’

EMBO will formally welcome the new members at a meeting of the EMBO community between 29 October and 1 November 2024 in Heidelberg, Germany.