Royal Society of Chemistry Horizon Prize 2021

Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)


Robert Boyle Prize for analytical sciences - For a novel approach to early Parkinson’s disease diagnosis and stratification using a simple non-invasive skin swab. Team involved: Perdita Barran (PI), Chair of Mass Spectrometry and Director of the Michael Barber Centre for Collaborative Mass Spectrometry, University of Manchester Rob DeBie, Professor of Movement Disorders, University of Amsterdam’s Faculty of Medicine (AMC-UvA) Roy Goodacre, Chair in Biological Chemistry, University of Liverpool Kat Hollywood, Senior Experimental Officer, University of Manchester Tilo Kunath, Reader in Regenerative Neurobiology, University of Edinburgh Sze Hway Lim, PhD Student and Junior Doctor, University of Manchester and Salford Royal Infirmary Camilla Liscio, Senior Application Chemist, Anatune Lesley-ann Miller, Manchester Institute of Biotechnology Operations Manager, University of Manchester Joy Milne, Honorary Lecturer in Molecular Olfaction, University of Manchester Anouk Rijs, Professor Analytics of Biomolecular Interactions, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Depanjan Sarkar, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Manchester Monty Silverdale, Consultant Neurologist and MAHSC Honorary Clinical Chair, Salford Royal Infirmary and University of Manchester Eleanor Sinclair, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Manchester Drupad Trivedi, CAMS Lecturer in Chemometrics, University of Manchester Caitlin Walton-Doyle, PhD student, University of Manchester Phine Woodward, Business Development Manager, Anatune Yun Xu, Research Associate Biochemistry & Systems Biology, University of Liverpool
Granting OrganisationsThe Royal Society of Chemistry