Anne Bruneau, director of the IRBV and scientific director of the Université de Montréal Biodiversity Centre, received the Pierre-Dansereau Award at the annual meeting of the Association des Biologistes du Québec (Quebec Association of Biologists, ABQ), held on November 22. The award is granted every year to an individual who has made an exceptional contribution to promoting and increasing our knowledge of biological diversity, through research, teaching or public communications.
The ABQ award highlights the unique career path of Anne Bruneau and honors her achievements, which include the conception and creation of the Biodiversity Centre and the Canadensys network. The ABQ thereby acknowledges her commitment to science and her determination to promote biodiversity. This well-deserved tribute confirms Anne Bruneau’s standing as a leader in the field of biodiversity.