Professor Wins Research Award

Professor Wins Research Award

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
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Microbiologist Robert E.W. Hancock received the Prix Galien 2012 Research Award, widely considered the most prestigious honour in Canadian pharmaceutical research and innovation. Hancock is being recognized for his pioneering work unravelling the complex interactions between antibiotics and bacteria. His work has resulted in new therapeutic approaches to infectious diseases such as malaria, in response to the growing challenge of antibiotic resistance.

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Robert Hancock Credit: Martin Dee

Associated Commitment

Research Excellence

Associated Campus

Vancouver Campus


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