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Great progress has been made in CML over the past decades, but scientists and clinicians around the world continue to work hard to develop new therapies and treatment strategies for patients globally with the ultimate aim to find a cure for CML.

We continue with our tradition to recognise individuals who have played a major role in advancing our understanding of the biology of CML and to improving the management of CML. Ultimately, it’s personal commitment, passion and tireless work that drives research and makes a difference for people with CML.

Since the first iCMLf Rowley Prize was awarded to Professor Brian Druker in 2009, we have honoured 29 scientists and clinicians with the three specific iCMLf Prizes.

Who would you like to see awarded the iCMLf prizes this year?

Nominate now

You can nominate colleagues and mentors for the prizes below:

  1. 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, Michael Deininger, Ravi Bhatia and Susan Branford.

  2. 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, François-Xavier Mahon, Jane Apperley and Giuseppe Saglio.

  3. 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, Carolina Pavlovsky, Sabira Kurtovic and Damira Bayzakova.

If you would like to nominate someone for one of the prizes above, please send us the persons’ name and institution and a brief rationale for your nomination.

Please nominate here or by emailing info@cml-foundation.org.

Nominations for the 2022 iCMLf prizes close on the 31st of January 2022.