- World‘s Largest Science Prize for Tübingen Parkinson’s Researcher

Portrait Thomas Gasser.

“Breakthrough Prize” for pioneering discoveries on the genetics of Parkinson’s disease.


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- DZNE scientist receives Remedios Caro Almela Prize

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Frank Bradke to be awarded for research on neuronal regeneration.

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- Award for Dementia Researcher from New York City

Groundbreaking insights into the genetics of brain diseases.

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- Award for Cambridge Neuroscientist

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Michel Goedert is honored for his groundbreaking research on the molecular mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases.

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- Smart Biomarkers to Empower Drug Development for Brain Diseases

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Dresden Researchers Awarded Prestigious Funding by the Helmholtz Association to Validate a Novel Approach that Combines Neuroelectronics and Artificial Intelligence.

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- Award for Tübingen Alzheimer‘s researcher

Mathias Jucker is awarded the "International Prize for Translational Neuroscience of the Gertrud Reemtsma Foundation" 2020.

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- 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

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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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