UBC professor receives Genome B.C. Award for Scientific Excellence

Dr. Neil Cashman, chief scientific officer, director and founder of Amorfix Life Sciences Ltd. and professor in the Division of Neurology and Scientific Director of PrioNet Canada at UBC, has been awarded the 2012 Genome B.C. Award for Scientific Excellence.

Cashman’s career includes authoring over 300 publications, a Canada Research Chair in Protein Misfolding, the Jonas Salk Prize, and being elected into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.

He will receive the award at the Life Sciences BC annual awards gala on April 19, in Vancouver.

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