Award Name : Albert Einstein World Award of Science
Year of Award : 2014
Award for : Biology
Location : Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
Sir Philip Cohen (born 22 July 1945) is a British researcher, academic and Royal Medal winner. During the 1990s he was Britain's third most cited professor (and the second most cited in the fields of biology and biochemistry)and has been described by Professor Garry Taylor of the University of St Andrews as "one of the world’s top scientists" and by Professor Peter Downes as "arguably the UK's leading biochemist and an iconic figure in UK science".He won Albert Einstein World Award of Science in 2014 for Enzymology Field.