Vancouver's Julio Montaner to receive $100,000 Killam Prize for groundbreaking lifetime work in HIV/AIDS research
One of the world's leading HIV/AIDS researchers, who is from Vancouver, will be among this year's recipients of the Killam Prize.
Dr. Julio Montaner is one of five scholars who will receive the $100,000 award, which recognize the careers of Canadian researchers and scientists that have had an impact upon Canadians and the world.
Each year, one prize is awarded in each of the fields of humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences, and engineering.
Craig Takeuchi reports
Tiko Kerr, Vancouver Artist and patient of Dr. Julio Montaner