Home>MilliporeSigma 2016 Life Science Award Program

MilliporeSigma 2016 Life Science Award Program

Be recognized for your innovative research in Bioseparations with the MilliporeSigma Life Science Award

At MilliporeSigma, we recognize the innovation the academic community brings to the future of life science. It is our goal to not only support upcoming leaders of our industry, but to also establish opportunities to connect and collaborate, so that together we can develop impactful advancements in bioseparations research.

That’s why we’re inviting Graduate Students who will finish their studies in 2016 and 2017 to apply for our 2016 MilliporeSigma Life Science Award in Bioseparations.

The award will be granted to students from a U.S. or Canadian University who are working on cutting-edge bioseparations research, and who show potential to be future leaders in the field. Finalists will be selected and invited to present their research at our facility in Bedford, MA on October 18, 2016. The winner of the award will receive $10,000 and each of the finalists who present their work at the event will be awarded $1,500.

Winner Announced

We are pleased to announce Ying Li as the winner of the 2016 award. Congratulations to all of our finalists!

  • Daniel Greene, University of Delaware
    Characterization of precipitate microstructures formed during protein purification
  • Ying Li, The Pennsylvania State University
    Novel strategies to control membrane fouling and enhance performance during ultrafiltration of plasmid DNA
  • Rudra Mukherjee, University of Arkansas
    Recombinant platform for production and purification of a novel anti-Candida peptide
  • Rahul Sadavarte, McMaster University
    Analytical laterally-fed membrane chromatography for rapid detection of monoclonal antibody oxidation

Contact for Additional Information


Rules and Regulations

Official Rules