The Vallee Foundation was established in 1996 by Bert and Kuggie Vallee to foster originality, creativity, and leadership within biomedical scientific research and medical education.
To promote a collegial community of international scientists, to enhance scientific collaboration and communication, and to advance medical education and biomedical research. 
October 2017
Professor Dame Carol Robinson, president-elect of the Royal Society of Chemistry and Doctor Lee’s Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, talks about her career path. Read more
October 2017
Renowned molecular biologist Emmanuelle Charpentier (VVP 2016), Director of the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology in Berlin, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science, honoris causa (DSc) at the Wednesday afternoon session of Western’s 310th Convocation.
September 2017
Five early career scientists have been chosen as this year's Vallee Scholars.
October 2017
Elaine Fuchs (VVP 2017) reveals that wounds or other harmful, inflammation-provoking experiences impart long-lasting memories to stem cells residing in the skin, teaching them to heal subsequent injuries faster. Read More