Prizes and awards

- Prof. Jutta Gärtner awarded Hamburger Wissenschaftspreis 2019

Jutta Gärtner with award certificate

With this award, the Akademie der Wissenschaften in Hamburg (Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Hamburg) honours Prof. Gärtner's groundbreaking work in the field of rare congenital neurometabolic diseases in children and adolescents.

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- Award for Groundbreaking Research on Alzheimer’s Disease

Source: DZNE / Johann F. Saba

The Munich biochemist Christian Haass has received the “Hartwig Piepenbrock-DZNE Prize” endowed with 60,000 euros.

 

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- Award for Munich Alzheimer‘s researcher

Prof. Christian Haass

This year’s “Hartwig Piepenbrock-DZNE Prize”, which is endowed with 60,000 euros, goes to the Munich biochemist and Alzheimer’s researcher Christian Haass.

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- Dementia research: 100,000 euros for transatlantic collaboration

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Sabina Tahirovic, vom DZNE in München, und Susan Cotman, vom Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, erhalten den „Neurodegeneration Research Award“. Mit dem Preisgeld wollen sie Gemeinsamkeiten von Demenzerkrankungen bei Kindern und Erwachsenen erforschen.

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- Roger de Spoelberch Prize goes to DZNE Neuroscientist

Prof. Frank Bradke

Frank Bradke to be awarded for research on neuronal regeneration.

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- ERC Grant for DZNE researcher Markus Zweckstetter

Markus Zweckstetter from the Goettingen site of the DZNE has been awarded an “Advanced Grant” from the European Research Council. He will explore new techniques on sub-nanometer level to analyze non-membrane organelles.

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- DZNE researcher receives world’s top Brain Prize

Protrait Prof. Haass

Together with three other neuroscientists Christian Haass, speaker of the DZNE Munich site, receives the world’s most valuable prize for brain research.

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- Combating Anxiety with Virtual Reality

Scientists at the DZNE in Magdeburg are developing an innovative therapy based on virtual reality to treat social anxiety disorders. For this purpose, the European Research Council is providing about 150,000 Euro.

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- Leibniz Prize for Bonn Immunologist

Eicke Latz, director of the Institute of Innate Immunity at the University of Bonn and scientist at the DZNE will be awarded the “Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize”, which is considered as the most prestigious research award in Germany. The awards ceremony will be held on 19…

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- Prof. Pierluigi Nicotera receives Ottorino Rossi Award

Pierluigi Nicotera, Scientific Director and Chairman of the Executive Board of the DZNE, received the Ottorino Rossi Award by the IRCCS C. Mondino Istituto Neurologico Nazionale a Carattere Scientifico in Pavia, Italy.

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