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Schilling Research award of the German Neuroscience Society 2009

This prize is awarded every second year from the German Neuroscience Society for outstanding research in the field of new technologies in brain research.

The prize menoy is 20.000€ and donated by the Schilling Stiftung to support young reseurcher under the age of 35. The work must be proofed by key publications.
The applicant can either be of German origin or be working in a German laboratory. Applicants can either be proposed or apply themselves. Applications from all fields of neurosciences are welcome. Membership in the German Neuroscience Society is not a prerequisite.

The prize is awarded during the meeting of the German Neuroscience Society. The winner is invited for a talk.

The Schilling Research Prize of the German Neuroscience Society 2009 was a awarded to Lawrence Rajendran, MPI for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden for his work on the Cellular mechanisms underlying ß-amyloid generation and its implications for Alzheimer's disease.

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