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2017 iCMLf Prize awarded to Professor Jerald RadichJerald Radich

The 2017 iCMLf Prize winner is Professor Jerry Radich. The award is in recognition of his dedication to overcome the challenges of access and expense of CML testing around the world. The iCMLf Prize is awarded by the Foundation to recognise outstanding contributions to the improvement of CML treatment in the emerging economic regions.

Professor Radich has consistently worked to develop methods to make molecular monitoring less expensive, giving both his personal and professional time to increase access to CML diagnosis and monitoring for those who need it most.

The 2016 iCMLf Rowley Prize is awarded to Professors Groffen and Heisterkamp

John Groffen

Nora Heisterkamp

In 2016 the iCMLf Directors and a panel of previous prize winners, have named two renowned scientists as the recipients of the 2016 Rowley Prize: Professor John Groffen and Professor Nora Heisterkamp. This prestigious award celebrates the people who have made outstanding lifetime contributions to the understanding of the biology of CML.

2016 iCMLf Prize winner - Associate Professor Susan Branfordsusan branford

The iCMLf has awarded the 2016 iCMLf prize to Associate Professor Susan Branford. This award recognises the critically important work she has performed to improve the quality and availability of reliable molecular testing for CML in the emerging regions. Her efforts have significantly impacted and improved the management of so many CML patients in these regions.

The 2016 iCMLf Goldman Prize is awarded to Professor Hagop KantarjianHagop Kantarjian

The iCMLf awards the 2016 Goldman Prize to Professor Hagop Kantarjian in recognition of his groundbreaking discoveries, including new targeted-therapies that improved prognosis and survival in patients with CML. The annual Goldman Prize awarded in honour of Professor John Goldman, acknowledges outstanding lifetime contributions to the management of patients with CML.

The 2015 iCMLf Rowley Prize is awarded to Professor Richard Van Etten2015 award ceremonies VanEtten

The iCMLf Rowley Prize is designed to recognise persons who have made major contributions to the understanding of the biology of CML. In 2015 the Rowley Prize is awarded to Professor Richard Van Etten. This iCMLf award recognises Dr Van Etten’s groundbreaking research focusing on the development of new therapeutic strategies such as the tyrosine kinase inhibitors.  

The 2015 iCMLf Goldman Prize is awarded to Professor Michele2015 award ceremonies Baccarani Baccarani

The annual Goldman Prize awarded by the iCMLf in honour of Professor John Goldman complements the iCMLf’s Rowley Prize as a clinical equivalent recognising outstanding lifetime contributions to the management of patients with CML. The iCMLf awards the 2015 Goldman Prize to Professor Michele Baccarani in recognition of his over forty years of dedication to clinical excellence in the management of CML.