DMM outstanding paper prize
Each year, DMM awards a £1000 prize to the junior author (or authors, where there is joint authorship) of the research paper that is judged by the journal’s editors to be the most outstanding publication in the journal that year.
To be eligible for consideration for the prize, the author who made the most significant contribution to the research paper must have been either a student or a postdoc (of no more than 5 years standing) when the work was done. At article submission (for revised articles), the corresponding author of the paper will be asked to confirm if there are any eligible authors on their paper.
The shortlist of selected papers and overall winner will be announced in DMM, along with a short profile of the winning author(s).
2021 Daniel Bronder: TP53 loss initiates chromosomal instability in fallopian tube epithelial cells.