Léo-Pariseau Prize

The Léo-Pariseau Prize is a Québécois 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 and was the first Acfas prize (there are now approximately ten annual prizes in different disciplines).


Source: Acfas – Prix de la Recherche Scientifique de l'Acfas – Prix Léo-Pariseau

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