Nick French Prize

Nick French Prize
The Nick French Prize will be awarded for the best presentation by a young scientist. The prize of £500 will be attributed to one student or young scientist under 30 years interested in issues related to egg formation and egg handling, bird incubation including physiology and physical aspects of natural as well as commercial incubation.

Nick French Prize of 2019
The prize went to Naama Reicher, a student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, who offered her findings on “Intestinal brush border maturation during the peri-hatch period: the effects of in-ovo feeding of L-Glutamine”

Nick French Prize of 2021
The prize of 2021 Virtual IFRG Meeting went to Matthias Corion, PhD student at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) in Belgium, who presented his findings on “Profiling the emission of volatile organic compounds from chicken hatching eggs in the first half of incubation”

About Nick French
Nick did his PhD with Ron Board, who was a founder member of the IRG, which became known as IFRG. Nick was involved from the second meeting and heavily involved with the organization over the years. He was president of IFRG from 2009 to 2012.


Nick French



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