GÁBOR SZÁSZ AWARD

AWARD RECIPIENTS

 

2010 F. MÜLLER (Stockholm/S)
for her work on "Platelet polyphosphates are proinflammatory and procoagulant mediators in vivo" and

Th. HORNEMANN (Zürich/CH)
for his work on "Sphingosin-Stoffwechsel und die Rolle von atypischen
Deoxysphingoid-Basen bei der hereditären sensorischen Neuropathie Typ 1 (HSAN1)"

2007 W. KAMINSKI (Mannheim), K. PÜLLMANN (Hannover), D. TEUPSER (Leipzig)
for their work on a variable immunoreceptor in a human neutrophile subpopulation and identification of candidate genes and gene loci with significance for atherosclerosis
2005 Th. RENNÉ (Wurzburg, Germany)
for his work on the relevance of coagulation factor XII in thrombosis and haemostasis
2003 St. DOOLEY (Aachen, Germany)
for his publication “Smad7 Prevents Activation of Hepatic Stellate Cells and Liver Fibrosis in Rat“
2001 O. HUBER (Berlin, Germany)
for his work on the role of cadherin-based adhesion and Wnt signalling in cell differentiation
1999 H. RENZ (Marburg, Germany)
for his novel fundamental concepts of molecular and cell biological mechanisms of chronic inflammatory response in lung and skin resulting in the optimisation of diagnosis and the development of immunomodulatory therapy strategies
1998 E. SCHLEICHER (Tübingen,Germany)
for his work on the regulation of the extracellular matrix, which is of specific relevance in combination with the pathogenesis of diabetic nephropathy
1996 A. BRAUN (Munich,Germany)
for his research on polymorphisms in the human bradykinin B2 receptor gene
1994 M. NEUMAIER (Hamburg, Germany)
for his publication “Specific detection of carcinoembryonic antigen expressing tumor cells in bone marrow aspirates by polymerase chain reaction“
1991 L. SIEKMANN (Bonn, Germany)
for his achievements regarding the development of isotope dilution mass spectrometry (IDMS method for steroids)
1987
W.J. SCHNEIDER (Vienna, Austria)
for outstanding achievements in the field of clinical chemistry and pathobiochemistry
1985 Ellen SCHMIDT (Isernhagen, Germany)
for exceptional achievements in clinical enzymology
1983 W.G. GUDER (Munich, Germany)
for his fundamental work in the field of renal enzymology
1981 T. BÜCHER (Munich, Germany)
for his trend-setting work in the field of clinical enzymology