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By Juan Carlos Slebe T.

The board (1999-2000) of the Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile (SBBMCh) chaired by Dr. Juan Carlos Slebe proposed to carry out activities aimed at stimulating and strengthening the rapprochement between its partners and researchers in Latin America and Spain, promoting, with Dr. Ricardo Wolosiuk in Argentina and Dr. Joan Guinovart in Spain, Presidents of the Argentine Societies for Biochemical Research and Molecular Biology (SAIB) and the Spanish Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SEBBM), holding joint meetings. Thus, in 2000 the first Ibero-American meeting of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Cell Biology was held in Viña del Mar, Chile. On that occasion, the Annual Meetings of the SBBMCh, the SAIB and the Society of Cell Biology of Chile were held together, with the important and massive participation of the SEBBM.

As a result of these relations, the commitment to a reciprocal exchange of speakers invited to the respective national annual meetings arose, with the agreement between the respective directives that the SEBBM provides for aConference called Hermann Niemeyerand one Conference called Luis Leloir, during its Annual Meeting, which will be dictated by a Chilean researcher and an Argentine researcher, respectively. Reciprocally, our Society arranges at its Annual Meeting aConference called Severo Ochoa and the SAIB one Conference called Alberto Sols, each of which will be dictated by a Spanish researcher. The name of the conferences was to pay tribute to these excellent researchers who were masters of Ibero-American biochemists.

The list of distinguished Chilean scientists who have dictated the Conference Hermann Niemeyer in Spain is detailed below.

2001: XXIV Congress SEBBM Valencia: Juan Carlos Slebe. Structural and functional aspects of the fructose-1, 6-bisphosphatase. An ancient enzyme with new questions.

2002: XXV Congress SEBBM Leon: Pilar Carvallo. Study of the settlement of South America and Chile through markers of mitochondrial DNA in Aboriginal, mixed populations and skeletal remains.

2003: XXVI Congress La Coruña:Nibaldo Inestrosa. Role of the Wnt signalling Via in the Neurotoxidad of the peptide-b-amyloid.

2004: XXVII Congress Lleida: Cecilia Hidalgo. Activation of the calcium release from intracellular deposits by reactive oxygen species: studies in neurons and muscle cells.

2005: XXVIII Congress SEBBM Zaragoza: Rafael vicuña. The ligninolisis: a very peculiar chemical process. Web conference speaker

2006: XXIX Congress SEBBM Elche: Ramón Latorre. The molecular nature of the wind chill. Web conference speaker

2007: XXX Congress SEBBM Malaga: Luis Burzio. Existence of a chimeric RNAs of mitochondrial origin and correlation between the expression of them and the progression of cells from resting to proliferation and transformation.

2008: XXXI Congress SEBBM Bilbao: Octavio monastery. Folding, stability and function, in vitro and in vivo, FtsZ and tubulins

2009: XXXII Congress SEBBM Oviedo: Francisco V. Sepulveda. Sensor of extracellular Proton as regulators of gate in potassium and chloride channels.

2010: XXXIII Congress SEBBM Cordoba: Xavier Jordana. Role of mitochondria in plants: expression of genes of the respiratory chain and characterization of mutants.

2011: XXXIV Congress SEBBM Barcelona: Martín Montecino. Control epigenetic expression during bone differentiation.

2012: XXXV Congreso SEBBM-22nd IUBMB-37th FEBS Sevilla: Sergio Lavandero. New insights into insulin action in the heart.

2013: XXXVI Congreso SEBBM Madrid: Victoria Guixé. Una mirada al pasado para entender el presente: resurrección de enzimas ancestrales de la familia de quinasas de azúcares dependientes de ADP de arqueas.

2014: XXXVII Congreso SEBBM Granada: Andrew Quest. Caveolin-1, a pleiotropic molecular switch in cancer development and progression

2015: XXXVIII Congress SEBBM Valencia:Marcelo Lopez-Lastra.The Art of War; Viral subversion of the host protein synthesis machinery.

2016: XXXIX Congress SEBBM Salamanca, Luis Burzio Andes Biotechnologies Sp.A, Foundation Science & life, and Faculty of Sciences biological, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago of Chile. Mitochondrial non-coding RNAs: novel targets for cancer therapy?

2017: LX Congress SEBBM Barcelona,Miguel Allende. University of Chile, Santiago (Chile): Specialized adaptations to an annual life cycle in South American killifish were accompanied by rapid genome expansion

2019: Daniel Uribe Brange

Osvaldo Cori conferences CLICK TO DISPLAY

Por Ana Preller S.

The Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile annually pays tribute to the memory of outstanding researcher Osvaldo Cori Moully through a conference that bears his name. An idea of the impact of Cori's work for the development of Biochemistry in Chile is provided by his disciple Carlos George-Nascimento in Archives of Experimental Biology and Medicine 21 (1), 1988, volume in which the then Society of Biochemistry of Chile pays tribute to the memory of Professor Dr. Osvaldo Cori Moully, teacher and trainer of a number of the country's biochemists and prominent founding member of our Society. Says George-Nascimento "Medicine in Chile, in those years, was the natural way to reach scientific research. The fact that medicine was the only path available to students with a penchant for research leads Osvaldo to promote what was one of his greatest achievements as a university student: the creation of the Biochemistry career. It is no exaggeration to say that the new generations of biochemists in Chile owe their status to the visionary task of Dr. Cori."

In fact, in 1957 Osvaldo Cori founded the first career of Biochemistry in the country and Latin America together with Luis Cerutti and César Leighton, which was a milestone in the process of professionalization of the scientist by offering a university career through which researchers would be trained. From that place Cori trained several generations of researchers, with the same standard of excellence that he adopted after his time in the laboratories of Fritz Lippman at Harvard and Severo Ochoa in New York. Cori fostered, both in the career of Biochemistry and in his laboratory, a work with international impact, since he considered that the quality of the scientist was also measured by the ability to communicate his discoveries.

The list of distinguished scientists who have dictated theConferenceOsvaldo Cori is detailed below.

1988:Dr. Hugo Maccioni. Presidente SAIB, Córdoba, Argentina.

1990: Dr. Dieter Söll, Yale University, USA.

1992 Proteínas adhesivas de moluscos bivalvos. Dr. Luis Burzio, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.

1993: Evolución in vitro de actividad enzimática mediante mutagénesis combinatoria. Dr. Francisco Xavier Soberon. Instituto de Biotecnología, UNAM, Méjico.

1994: Recombinant viral membrane glycoproteins for subunits vaccines. Dr. Frank Marcus, Chiron Corporation, Emeryville, California, USA

1995: Effects of vesicles on chemical and biological reactivity.Dr. Hernan Chaimovich, Instituto de Química, Universidad de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil.

1996: The molecular origin of voltage dependent in a Ca2+-activated K+ cannel. Dr. Ramón Latorre. Universidad de Chile. Centro Estudios Científicos de Santiago. Chile.

1997: Macromolecular assemblies involved in replication complexes.Dr. Jerard Hurwitz, Sloan-Kettering Institute, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA.

1998: The biosynthesis of methionine and its regulation in Escherichia coli. Biochemical, genetic and structural aspects. Dr. Georges Cohen, United Expression des Genes Eucaryotes, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France.

1999: Novel translational components in Archea.Dr. Dieter Söll, Department of Molecular Biophysiscs and Biochemistry, Yale University, New Haven,USA.

2000: Estructuras y mecanismos en la transcripción de genes en eucariontes. Dr. Pablo Valenzuela, Fundación Ciencia para la Vida e Instituto Milenio MIFAB. Santiago, Chile.

2001: Gene therapy by antisense: bases and applications in research in alcoholism. Dr. Yedi Israel, Faculty of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile; Millennium Institute, University of Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2002: Proteomic strategies in cancer. Dr. Julio E. Celis, Institute of Cancer Biology and Danish Center for Human Genome Research, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2003: History and current affairs of the production of diterpene phytohormones: the fungus Gibberella fujikuroi. Dr. María Cecilia Rojas. Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2004: Ligninolysis: a very peculiar biochemical process. Dr. Rafael Vicuña. Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2005: Journey of a biochemical research: from plants to man. Dr. María Antonieta Valenzuela. Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2006: Comparative Genomics and Genomic Islands in Salmonella enterica: genetic determinants of phenotypic differences of S. typhi and S. typhimurium. Dr. Guido Mora. Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, Universidad Andrés Bello. Santiago, Chile.

2007: A journey with plants: enzymes, systems and interactions. Dr. Luz María Pérez. Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, Universidad Andrés Bello. Santiago, Chile.

2008: Salicylic acid is the defense response to stress in Arabidopsis. Dr. Loreto Holuigue. Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2009: Why is potassium tellurite so toxic (K2TeO3)? Dr. Claudio Vasquez. Laboratory of Molecular Microbiology, Faculty of Chemistry and Biology, University of Santiago de Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2010: Structural and functional properties of enzymes involved in the hydrolysis of arginine and agmatine in mammals. Dr. Nelson Carvajal. Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Concepción. Concepcion, Chile.

2011: BioHidrogen production by fermentation in an artificial bacterial ecosystem. Interbacterial species communication by physical contact? Dr. María de la Luz Cárdenas. Laboratoire de Bioenérgétique et Ingénierie des Protéines CNRS, Marseille, France.

2012: Plant mitochondria: gene expression, gene transfer to the nucleus, insights to the pysiological role. Dr. Xavier Jordana. Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Santiago, Chile

2013: The art of war: viral subversion of the host protein synthesis machinery. Dr. Marcelo López-Lastra. Molecular Virology Laboratory, Millennium Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy, Medical Research Center, School of Medicine, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Santiago Chile

2014: The Ying-Yang of stress: effect on neural circuit remodeling. Dra. Jeny Fiedler. Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2015: The origins of bioenergetics. Dr. Rafael Vicuña. Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2016: Redox control of calcium signaling mediated by ryanodine receptor channels: its effects on health, aging and disease. Dra. Cecila Hidalgo. BNI, CEMCE, Programa Fisiología y Biofísica, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2017: Bacterial division depends on FtsZ GTPase activity as a motor of filaments treadmilling, a conserved evolutionary tubulin family mechanism. Dr. Octavio monastery. Departamento de Biología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Chile. Santiago, Chile.

2018: Multiples approaches to investigate the structure and function of a phycobilisome. Dra. Marta Bunster. Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Concepción. Concepcion, Chile.

2019: Rhapsody of proteins: structure and function. Dr. Jorge Babul. Departamento de Biología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Chile. Santiago, Chile.

Conferences Severo OchoaCLICK TO DISPLAY

By Juan Carlos Slebe T.

The board (1999-2000) of the Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile (SBBMCh) chaired by Dr. Juan Carlos Slebe proposed to carry out activities aimed at stimulating and strengthening the rapprochement between its partners and researchers in Latin America and Spain, promoting, with Dr. Ricardo Wolosiuk in Argentina and Dr. Joan Guinovart in Spain, Presidents of the Argentine Societies for Biochemical Research and Molecular Biology (SAIB) and the Spanish Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SEBBM), holding joint meetings. Thus, in 2000 the first Ibero-American meeting of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Cell Biology was held in Viña del Mar, Chile. On that occasion, the Annual Meetings of the SBBMCh, the SAIB and the Society of Cell Biology of Chile were held together, with the important and massive participation of the SEBBM.

As a result of these relations, the commitment to a reciprocal exchange of speakers invited to the respective national annual meetings arose, with the agreement between the respective directives that the SEBBM provides for aConference called Hermann Niemeyerand one Conference called Luis Leloir, during its Annual Meeting, which will be dictated by a Chilean researcher and an Argentine researcher, respectively. Reciprocally, our Society arranges at its Annual Meeting aConference called Severo Ochoa and the SAIB one Conference called Alberto Sols, each of which will be dictated by a Spanish researcher. The name of the conferences was to pay tribute to these excellent researchers who were masters of Ibero-American biochemists.

The list of distinguished Spanish scientists who have dictated the Conference Severo Ochoa in Chile is detailed below.

2001: 24TH annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. Miguel A. The pink. Evolutionary analysis of the relation structure - function in fotosinteticas redox proteins.

2002: XXV annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. Joseph M. Cuezva. The bioenergetics of Cancer footprint: The Bioenergetic Signature of Cancer. Web conference speaker

2003: 26TH annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. on September 26, 2003. Villa Alemana. Carlos Gómez-Moreno. Molecular recognition between electron transport proteins. Web conference speaker

2004: 27TH annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. Carlos Gancedo. Meditations on the carbon metabolism of yeasts.

2005: 28TH annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile: Manuel Guzman. Cannabinoids: signalling and control of cell survival.Web conference speaker

2006: 29TH annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile: José María Valpuesta. Molecular chaperones: bending protein nanomachines. Web conference speaker

2007: XXX annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile: Crisanto Gutierrez. Divided or differentiate, a fine balance during development. Web conference speaker

2008: XXXI annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile: Emilio Fernández Reyes. "Search for key essential in the assimilation of nitrate with a green alga"

2009 32ND annual meeting of the society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. September 22-25, 2009 in Termas de Chillan, Chile. Juan Pedro García Ballesta. Evolution of the Ribosome: New translation regulatory functions. Web conference speaker

2010 33rd annual meeting of the society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. Termas de Chillán, Chile. Carlos López Otín: Aging and cancer under a proteolytic prism

2011 34TH annual meeting of the society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. Raúl Méndez de la Iglesia: A new funtion for CPEB: nuclear processing of pre-mRNAs

2012 XXXV annual meeting of the society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile. Félix Goñi

2013 XII PABMB Congress. Puerto Varas, Chile. Francesc Posas

2014 XXXVII annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Encarnación Martínez Salas: RNA-binding proteins controlling internal initiation of translation in RNA viruses

2015 XXXVIII annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Andrés Aguilera CABIMER, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain RNA as a modulator of genome chromatin structure and dynamics

2016 XXXIX annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Juan Valcárcel. ICREA and Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona Networks of alternative splicing regulation in cancer

2017 XL Reunión Anual de la Sociedad de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular. Oscar Llorca, Structural Biology Programme, Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO). Architecture of large macromolecular complexes in DNA Repair using cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM).

2018 XLI annual meeting of the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.Mariano Barbacid, National Cancer Research Center, Spain, Presicion Medicine and K-Ras mutant tumors: Reconstructing K-ras signalling in lung and pancreatic cancer.

2019 XLII Annual Meeting of the Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile.Guadalupe Sabio

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1990: R.A. Wolosiuk. Fundación Campomar, Argentina

1997: John L. Ramos. CSIC Granada Spain

1998: A. Kornblihtt. University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

2000: Leopoldo de Meis. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2001: J.J. Cazzulo. Universidad national of the General San Martín, Argentina.

2002: Mary C. Sogayar. Institute of chemistry, University of São Paulo, Department of Biochemistry, Brazil.

2003: B. Zingales. Department of Biochemistry, Institute of chemistry, University of São Paulo, Brazil.

2004: Ricardo Ehrlich. Section biochemistry, Facultad de Ciencias, Uruguay

2005: Ernesto Podesta.University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

2006: A.E. Vercesi.Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil

2007: Glaucius Oliva.Instituto de Física de Sao Carlos, Universidad de Sao Paulo, Brasil

2008: Julio M. Fernandez. Columbia University, New York, USA.

2009: J.S. Gutkind. National Institute of Health, USA.

2010: Heidi E. Hamm. Vanderbilt University, EEUU

2011: J.J. Casal. Fundación Instituto Leloir, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

2012: Susan Taylor. University of California, San Diego, USA.

2013: Claudio Sunkel. University of Porto, Portugal

2014: Gabriel Rabinovich. University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

2015: Melissa Moore. UMASS Medical School, U.S.A

2016: José Luis Bocco. Centre for research in Clinical Biochemistry and Immunology CIBICI-CONICET, Dept. of Clinical Biochemistry. Faculty of
Ciencias Químicas, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Córdoba – Argentina Dangerous relationships of an old Oncogene: Ras, with a South American Tumor Suppressor Gene: KLF6 Who is the winner ?

2017:José Sotelo-Silveira. Genomics, Full Professor, Instituto de Investigaciones Biologicas Clemente Estable.2Cell and Molecular Biology, Assistant Proffesor, Universidad de la Republica. RNA localization and translation in neuronal axons.

2018: Andrea Gamarnik, Insituto Leloir, Argentina, Functions and Mechanism of flavivirus RNA structures

2019: Marcelo J. Yanovsky

Awards

Medals Hermann Niemeyer CLICK TO DISPLAY

Being President Dr. Octavio Monasterio, to pay a posthumous tribute to Dr. Hermann Niemeyer, the society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile publishes a special issue of the journal of biology and experimental medicine files and instituted the annual award medal Hermann Niemeyer. The Dr. Tito Ureta (President), Dr. Jorge Allende, Dr. Luis Izquierdo and Dr. Victoria Guixé integrated the editor Committee of this book.

The launching ceremony was held on January 14, 1993 at the Academy of Sciences of the Institute of Chile and the speech was conducted by Dr. Jorge Allende.

Also established the Prize medal Hermann Niemeyer surrendered annually to an outstanding student of Ph.d. programs in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and other related areas.

The first medal Hermann Niemeyer was delivered at the book launch ceremony Hermann Niemeyer and science in Chile and the Committee responsible for selecting the winner was composed of DRS. M. Krauskopf, J. Allende, Hidalgo C., M. Sapag and R. Vicuña.

1993: Michael Seeger

1994:Maria Estela Andres

1997: Paulette Conget

1998:Alvaro Glavic

2001:Jose Leonardo Gutierrez

2002: Luis Larrondo

2003: Claudio Hetz

2005:Francisco Chávez

2007: Creole Alfredo Cespedes

2008: Pablo González Muñoz

2009:Juan Orellana rock

2010:Leandro Carreño

2011:Valentina Parra

2012:Roberto Bravo

2013: Sebastian Riquelme

2014: Fernando J. Sepulveda

2015: Monsterrat Hevia

2016: Osvaldo Contreras

2017: Camila Lopez Crisosto

2018: Carlos Rivera Alvarez

2019: Daniel Uribe Brange

Award Tito UretaCLICK TO DISPLAY

By Victoria Guixé L.

In 2012 the Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile established the Dr. Tito Ureta Award, as a way to recognize the great scientific and academic work of this outstanding partner. The award recognizes scientific excellence in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology, and aims to honor those who have achieved distinguished achievements in this area and have made outstanding contributions in terms of leadership, teaching and dedication to society.

To measure the legacy of this great scientist and know something of his vast career, we must first know something of his history. Tito was from Iquiqueño and that fact reminded him permanently and especially every May 21, when he announced that he would not go to the laboratory because he had to dress as a sailor. Tito received his medical-surgeon degree in 1963 and later traveled to the United States to Rockefeller University, thanks to a Fogarty scholarship, to begin a post-doctoral stay in the laboratory of Fritz Lipmann, a giant of Biochemistry laureate in 1953 with the Nobel Prize in Medicine.

In Titus' own words, "The fascination with Biochemistry was definitely reinforced by becoming part of the laboratory of Hermann Niemeyer, whose overwhelming personality and qualities as a scholar of science and his ability and taste for conducting experiments, managed to excite several interested young people." That same fascination managed to awaken Titus in his disciples. In 1957 he began his contractual relationship with the University of Chile with a position of student assistant, a university to which he served for more than 50 years and which according to his words only demanded the vow of poverty, but not that of obedience, not least that of chastity. The scientific legacy of Titus is vast and is related on the one hand to hexokinases, a lifelong passion, begun in Burgundy 1470 and which led him to venture, through comparative biochemistry, into molecular evolution. According to many evolutionists Tito is chile's first molecular biologist. His book "Molecular Strategies of Evolution: Origin and Evolution of Proteins and Enzymes", is a reference in the field. He also made notable contributions regarding the role of isoenzymes in metabolism, the work being published in Current Topics in Cellular Regulation, one of his most cited articles, even in texts of Biochemistry (Stryer).

But Titus was also a great conversationalist, possessor of an enviable culture. Lover of history in general, the history of Biochemistry in particular and music. He is the author of the books "On the Razor's Edge of Occam, Reductionist Reflections on Some Problems of the Human" and of "Fragments of a Manual for the Perplexed of the 21st Century. Intersections between Science and the Eternal Questions of the Human".

He was president of the Society of Biology of Chile (1977-1978), of the Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Chile (1983-1984), in addition to participating in several other societies both in Europe and in the United States. He was editor of the journal Archives of Experimental Biology and Medicine (today Biological Research) and member of the Academy of Sciences of the Institute of Chile since 1988. At the University of Chile, he was Director of the Department of Biology of the Faculty of Sciences, member of the Higher Commission for Academic Evaluation, which he chaired for four years and Director of the Department of Scientific Research and Artistic Creation. He also participated in the Special Commission of the University Senate and later, as a cross-sectional senator of the University Senate.

Until his death in 2012, he served as a full professor of the Faculties of Sciences, Physical sciences and Mathematics and Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Chile.

The scientists who have been awarded the Tito Ureta Prize are:

2012:Dr. Jorge Allende Rivera

2013:Dr. Jaime Eyzaguirre Philippi

2014:Dr. Jorge Babul Cattan

2015:Dr. Juan Carlos Slebe Tajmuch

2016:Dr. María Luz Cárdenas Cerda

2017:Dr. Catherine Connelly Moriarty

2018:Dr. Pablo Valenzuela Valdés

2019:DRA. Liliana Cardemil Oliva

2020: Dr. Cecilia Hidalgo Tapia

Awards Fermelo-SBBMCh CLICK TO DISPLAY

Them awards Fermelo-SBBMCh were born in the year 2007 in talks between the company Fermelo S.A., being its director the Mr Luciano Fernández and the directive of the SBBMCH of the year 2007. They are an annual award that the SBBMCH best free oral communication, the best free communication panel and the best work of incorporation. These awards are given to exhibitors at the Congress of the SBBMCh and are intended to give support to researchers for merits in their work and who have made an excellent presentation, with the condition that delivered moneys are intended to assist other congresses or scientific events.

2007Prize best communication free oral: Christian Wilson Moya, UCH

2007Prize for the best work of incorporation: Felipe Aquea, PUC

2008 Prize for the best work of incorporation: Gabriel Leon, UNAB

2008 Best communication Award free oral: Mónica Acevedo, UCH

2008 Prize best communication free panel: José Miguel Saavedra, UDP

2009 Prize for the best work of incorporation: Felipe Merino, UCH

2009 Prize best communication free oral: Grace Armijo, PUC

2009 Best communication Award free panel: Maricarmen Vallejos, PUC

2010 Prize for the best work of incorporation: Fernando Sepulveda Briceño UDEC

2010 Best communication Award free oral: Christian Wilson Moya UCH

2010 Best Free Panel Communication Award: Thergiory Irrazábal Aguilera, UCH

2015 Best communication Award free oral: Angelo Torres, UACH

2016 Best communication Award free oral: Francesca Burgos, UCH

2016 Prize best communication free panel: Daniel Torres, UACH

2017Premio mejor comunicación libre oral: Nicolás Muena, Fundación Ciencia y Vida

2017Premio mejor comunicación libre panel: Michelle Salazar, UCH

2018Best communication Award free oral: Rodrigo Recabarren, University of Talca

2018Award for best communication free panel: Matías Javier Monsalves

2018Prize best incorporation: Rodrigo Maldonado, Biochemistry Centre Regensburg and J. Andres Rivas Pardo, University of Santiago de Chile

2019 Best Oral Presentation Award: Ariel Herrera Vásquez

2019 Best Panel Presentation Awards: Antonia Recabal