I am truly honoured to receive this prize. I published my very first senior author article in Genes, so a few years later I can definitely say it has brought me good luck! I want to thank my team, mentors and colleagues from the departments of Biostatistics and Neuroscience who made the work that led to the award possible.Dr Alfredo Iacoangeli, Senior Research Fellow at King's IoPPN
15 March 2023
Dr Alfredo Iacoangeli receives Genes 2022 Young Investigator Award in Human Genomics and Genetic Diseases
Dr Alfredo Iacoangeli was recognised by the journal, Genes, for his contributions to the fields of human genomics and genetic diseases.
Dr Iacoangeli is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Biostatistics and Health Informatics and the Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London.
He has gained an international reputation for his highly innovative work in analysis of genetic and clinical data, particularly in relation to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). He is also a highly regarded teacher and supervisor and has attracted funding to put together an active bioinformatics team.
The Genes 2022 Young Investigator Award in Human Genomics and Genetic Diseases is an international prize given to two early career scientists based on their scientific achievements in the field.
As one of the winners, Dr Iacoangeli was awarded 2000 CHF (approximately £1810), an offer to publish a paper in Genes free of charge before the end of October 2023 (after peer review) and an electronic certificate.
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