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Cheryll Tickle is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Bath, UK. She dedicated her long research career mainly to the study of limb development in the chick, and has received numerous awards for her contributions to science, including being elected a Fellow of The Royal Society and receiving a CBE from the Queen. This year the British Society for Developmental Biology (BSDB) has created a new award in her honour, the Cheryll Tickle Medal, to be awarded to a mid-career, female scientist for outstanding achievements in the field. We asked Cheryll what this award means to her and how science has changed during her career.

Original publication

DOI

10.1242/dev.136671

Type

Journal article

Journal

Development

Publication Date

01/04/2016

Volume

143

Pages

1057 - 1059

Keywords

Animals, Awards and Prizes, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Extremities, Female, Humans