Scientific Prize


The scientific prize can be awarded every two years for outstanding scientific work in the field of forensic genetics. According to the statutes for the ISFG scientific prize, candidates can apply directly or are nominated by a member of the Society.
 

The prize has been awarded to the following scientists:

 
2015 ­ Thomas J. Parsons Sarajevo (Bosnia & Hercegovina)
2013 ­ Peter D. Gill
Prize lecture: Origin of modern forensic genetics
Oslo (Norway)
(recorded Powerpoint video)
2009 ­ Antonio Salas Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
2007 ­ Reinhard Szibor Magdeburg (Germany)
2005 ­ Walther Parson Innsbruck (Austria)
2003 ­ John Butler Gaithersburg, MD (USA)
1999 ­ Lutz Roewer Berlin (Germany)
1997 ­ Antti Sajantila
Colin Kimpton / the UK National DNA Database group
Helsinki (Finland)
Birmingham (England)
1989 ­ Manfred Hochmeister Bern (Switzerland)
1987 ­ Wolfgang Dahr Cologne (Germany)