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GoldmanPrize medal RGB reducDecember 2019 - Great progress has been made for patients with CML in recent years, but there are still many challenges to meet. Scientists and clinicians around the world continue to work hard to drive research in CML and to find a cure for CML.

We continue with our tradition to recognise and reward these personal contributions and outstanding achievements to our understanding of the biology of CML and to improving the management of patients with CML around the world.

Since the first iCMLf Rowley Prize was awarded to Professor Brian Druker in 2009, we have honoured 23 well-deserved award winners with the three specific iCMLf Prizes.

Who will be next? You are now welcome to nominate a colleague, or mentor for one of the 2020 prizes.

You can nominate for one, two, or all of the prizes below:

  • The Rowley Prize - recognising outstanding contributions to our understanding of the biology of CML. Previous winners: Brian Druker, Moshe Talpaz, John Goldman, George Q. Daley, Connie Eaves, Owen Witte, Rick Van Etten, Nora Heisterkamp with John Groffen, Tessa Holyoake, Nick Cross and Michael Deininger.

  • The Goldman Prize - recognising outstanding contributions to the management of patients with CML. Previous winners: Rüdiger Hehlmann, Michele Baccarani, Hagop Kantarjian, Tim Hughes, Jorge Cortes and François-Xavier Mahon.

  • The iCMLf Prize - recognising outstanding contributions to overcome the challenges of treating CML in the emerging economic regions. Previous winners: Pat Garcia-Gonzalez, Sue Branford, Jerry Radich, Hemant Malhotra and Carolina Pavlovsky.

Who would you like to see awarded for the iCMLf prizes next year? If you would like to nominate someone for one of the iCMLf prizes please provide the persons name and institution and a brief rationale for your nomination.

Please nominate here or by emailing

Nominations for the 2020 iCMLf prizes are now closed.