Léo-Pariseau Prize

The Léo-Pariseau Prize is a Quebecois prize which is awarded annually to a distinguished individual working in the field of biological or health sciences. The prize is awarded by the Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas), and is named after Léo Pariseau, the first president of Acfas. The award was inaugurated in 1944. It is currently sponsored by Merck Frosst, a pharmaceutical company.

Winners

*1947 - Jacques Rousseau
*1948 - Léon Mario
*1949 - Jean Bruchési
*1950 - Louis-Charles Simard
*1951 - Cyrias Ouellet
*1952 - Louis-Paul Dugal
*1953 - Guy Frégault
*1954 - Pierre Demers
*1955 - René Pomerleau
*1956 - Marcel Rioux
*1958 - Roger Gaudry
*1959 - Lionel Daviault
*1960 - Marcel Trudel
*1961 - Raymond-U. Lemieux
*1962 - Charles-Philippe Leblond
*1963 - Lionel Groulx
*1964 - Larkin Kerwin
*1965 - Pierre Dansereau
*1966 - Noël Mailloux
*1967 - Albéric Boivin
*1968 - Léonard-Francis Bélanger
*1969 - Fernand Dumont
*1970 - Bernard Belleau
*1971 - Édouard Pagé
*1972 - Louis-Edmond Hamelin
*1973 - Camille Sandorfy
*1974 - Antoine D'Iorio
*1975 - Pierre Angers
*1976 - Paul Marmet
*1977 - Jacques de Repentigny
*1978 - Vincent Lemieux
*1979 - Pierre Deslongchamps
*1980 - André Barbeau
*1981 - Jean-G. Lafontaine
*1982 - J.-André Fortin
*1983 - Germain Brisson
*1984 - Wladimir A. Smirnoff
*1985 - Louis Legendre
*1986 - Marc Cantin
*1987 - Guy Lemieux
*1988 - Pierre Borgeat
*1989 - Jules Hardy
*1990 - Jacques de Champlain
*1991 - Jacques Leblanc
*1992 - Paul Jolicoeur
*1993 - Albert J. Aguayo
*1994 - Emil Skamene
*1995 - André Parent
*1996 - Domineco Regoli
*1997 - Rémi Quirion
*1998 - Serge Rossignol
*1999 - Guy Armand Rouleau
*2000 - Rima Rozen
*2001 - Nabil G. Seidah
*2002 - Graham Bell
*2003 - Mona Nemer
*2004 - Jacques Montplaisir
*2005 - Laurent Descarries
*2006 - Michel Bouvier

External links

* [http://www.acfas.ca/prix/pariseau.html Acfas – Prix de la Recherche Scientifique de l'Acfas – Prix Léo-Pariseau]


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