Prof. Dr. Barbara Treutlein, Prof. Dr. Franz-Ulrich Hartl - Award Ceremony 2016
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Meistersaal at Potsdamer Platz
September 26, 2016, 6:30–11 p.m.
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For his outstanding research on the role of chaperones in protein folding in living cells Prof. Dr. Franz-Ulrich Hartl is awarded with the Ernst Schering Prize 2016. The 50,000-euro prize is one of the most prestigious German science awards. For her outstanding work on single cell transcriptomics analysis Prof. Dr. Barbara Treutlein is awarded with the Friedmund Neumann Prize 2016. The Schering Stiftung awards the 10,000-euro prize to young scientists who have done outstanding basic research in human biology, organic chemistry or human medicine and who have already developed a distinctive scientific profile since completing their dissertation.
The Prize will be presented to the awardees by Prof. Dr. Johanna Wanka, Federal Minister of Education and Research, at an official ceremony which will take place on September 26th 2016 at Meistersaal/Potsdamer Platz in Berlin. On the occasion of the award ceremony, both awardees will present their research.
Professor Hartl was nominated for the Ernst Schering Prize 2016 by Prof. Dr. Helmut Sies (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf), Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Baumeister (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried), and Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Pfanner (University of Freiburg). Professor Sies, will give the presentation speech at the award ceremony to Franz-Ulrich Hartl.
Barbara Treutlein was nominated for the Friedmund Neumann Prize 2016 by Prof. Dr. Svante Pääbo, director of the Department of Evolutionary Genetics at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. He will give the presentation speech to Barbara Treutlein.
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"Franz-Ulrich Hartl’s outstanding research deserves the highest recognition. It combines fundamental new insights into the homeostasis of correctly folded proteins with new perspectives on the development and progression of neurodegenerative diseases.”
“Barbara Treutlein uses new techniques in a brilliant and creative way to find answers to fundamental questions of developmental and neuro-biology.”
Prof. Hartl from the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried is awarded the Ernst Schering Prize 2016 for his research on the role of chaperones in protein.Learn more
Prof. Treutlein from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig is awarded the Friedmund Neumann Prize 2016 for her research on single cell transcriptomics analysis.Learn more
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