Wissenschaftspreise der DGZ

Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Zellbiologie vergibt verschiedene Preise für herausragende Leistungen auf dem Gebiet der Zellbiologie.

 

CARL ZEISS LECTURE

Since 1993, the DGZ and Carl Zeiss AG offer the Carl-Zeiss-Lecture to honors exceptional achievements in Cell Biology with a particular focus on the use of light and electron microscopy. This award is aimed at internationally highly visible personalities that have shaped one or several scientific research areas.
Candidates can be nominated by any DGZ member. Nominations will be reviewed by a dedicated award committee of the DGZ.
Please send nominations by e-mail to the DGZ office: dgz@dkfz.de

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WALTHER FLEMMING AWARD
(früher: Walther Flemming Medaille)

The German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ) and ibidi annually offer the “Walther Flemming Award” for excellent research in cell biology. The award consists of a financial contribution of EUR 3.000 and is given to senior postdoctoral researchers and early career group leaders for recent work that defines their emerging independent research profile.
Candidates need to be members of the DGZ and can either be nominated or apply directly for the prize.
Applications should be submitted in a single pdf file and consist of cover letter, CV and copies of 1-3 publications that document the relevant work of the applicant. Applications will be reviewed by a dedicated award committee of the DGZ.
Please send your application by e-mail to the DGZ office: dgz@dkfz.de

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NIKON YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD OF THE DGZ

Since 2013, the DGZ and Nikon GmbH (Unit Microscope Solutions) annually offer the “Nikon Young Scientist Award“ for excellent research in cell biology by PhD students or young postdoctoral researchers within 3 years after graduating. An extension of up to 2 years will be granted for periods of parental leave. The awardee will receive a financial contribution of EUR 1.500.
Candidates need to be members of the DGZ and can either be nominated or apply directly for the prize.
Applications/Nominations should be submitted in a single pdf file and consist of cover letter, CV and copies of publications that document the work of the applicant. Applications will be reviewed by a dedicated award committee of the DGZ.
Please send your application by e-mail to the DGZ office: dgz@dkfz.de

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BINDER INNOVATIONSPREIS

Since 1998 the DGZ and BINDER GmbH (Tuttlingen) annually offer the “Binder Innovation Prize” for outstanding contributions to cell biology. The award consists of a financial contribution of EUR 4000 and is aimed at junior investigators that have already established and developed their own research profile.
Candidates need to be members of the DGZ and can either be nominated or apply directly for the prize.
Applications/Nominations should be submitted in pdf format and consist of cover letter, CV, a research profile and copies of three selected first/last author publications. Applications will be reviewed by a dedicated award committee of the DGZ.
Please send your application by e-mail to the DGZ office: dgz@dkfz.de

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WERNER RISAU - PREIS

Since 2000 the DGZ and the Werner-Risau Prize Committee annually award the “Werner-Risau Prize for outstanding studies in endothelial cell biology" to a candidate within the first five years after obtaining their PhD or MD. An extension of up to 2 years will be granted for periods of parental leave. The prize will be awarded for an article already published or in press. The awardee will receive a financial contribution of EUR 4.000. For further details visit: www.werner-risau-prize.org.
Applications should be submitted in a single pdf file and consist of cover letter, CV and a copy of the relevant publication.
Please send your application to the head of the prize Committee: hugo.marti@physiologie.uni-heidelberg.de

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