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Salvador Aznar Benitah receives the “Premio Fundación Carmen y Severo Ochoa 2019”

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15 Nov 19

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The newspaper ABC, among other media, have reported on the “Premio Carmen y Severo Ochoa de Investigación en Biología Molecular 2019", which has been given to IRB Barcelona researcher Salvador Aznar Benitah. “This recognition is particularly special because it is the Carmen and Severo Ochoa Prize; you only have to take a look at the list of former awardees, all of them with an incredible career and who do first-rate science. It´s an honour for me to join this group,” said the researcher after being presented with the prize. 

 

 

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